being MVP: Febreze Challenge + #Giveaway #noseblind

Febreze Challenge + #Giveaway #noseblind

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

Noseblindness :: It's real. Your olfactory system adapts to the environment and when you become accustomed to the odors around you over time, you develop a nasal condition called Noseblindness


We love watching movies and have recently begun having movie nights with popcorn and snacks. Butter flavor is always a favorite so we popped a few bags in the microwave to get ready. The house smelled deliciously buttery. Our house usually smells like some sort of food and sometimes I have to open all the windows to "air out" the house. However, when our guests stepped into our home, it was a wee bit strong as the butter smell wafted through the entire airspace. My family adapted to the smell, i.e. noseblindness, since we became nasally challenged within our environment.


The solution for noseblindness was the Febreze assortment we received. We have used Febreze to tackle the odors in clothing (Hubs swears by Febreze for his denim that must not be washed.....ever) and the bathroom but I never thought about using it for regular household use. Febreze contains a molecule known as Cyclodextrin that traps and eliminates the bad odors. Their patented technology eliminates odors and leaves behind a pleasant scent! After using the Febreze products, the popcorn odor was eliminated and our home smelled fresh and clean. The guests were happy and I was elated.

Febreze is going to be awesome especially when cooking up bacon for BLAT sandwiches and eliminating other strong odors in our home.

Have you experienced noseblindness? What are some of the odors you would like to eliminate?

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One winner will Receive $60 AMEX Gift Card,  Noseblind Kit, 1 Febreze Air Effects, 1 Febreze Fabric Refresher, 1 Febreze Noticeables with refill, 1 Febreze Candle!

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89 comments:

  1. i like the Puddle Jumper Overnight/Gym Bag and will be used at camp

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  2. I like the Travel Scout and will be used for trip.

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  3. backpacking along a few different lakes in Maine!

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  4. Love the Puddle Jumper! We would be taking our back packs to the Zoo, Lake, Park & Boardwalk!

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  5. I like the Agent Gunther bear this would be great to take on some of our long trips in the car.

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  6. Travelscout, perfect for vacation to Cali!

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  7. I like the AIRBUS WEEKENDER BAG. I would take it on a upcoming weekend away

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  8. I like the Flutter
    Mini Cross-Body, and would take it when going to the beach, Thank you!

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  9. i like the airbus
    weekender bag and i would use it to go to the park

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  10. I really like the Outfielder backpack, it would be great for my son to take to work with him when he is riding his bike.

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  11. I like the airbus weekender bag, would be perfect for any beach or park visit,

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  12. The Seabreeze full tote would be perfect for taking a trip to the beach with the kiddos.

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  13. I really like the Cartwheel bag. It could fit so many things yet is quite cute! My family each takes a bag when we go places, it was so hard for me to continue to carry everything so I finally called it, and now everyone packs and is responsible for their own items. So nice!!!

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  14. I like the Hokey Pokey Backpack and my son would take it to the park.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  15. I really like the like the Puddle Jumper Overnight/Gym Bag! It is so cute.

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  16. Visited the site and I really like HOKEY POKEY BACKPACK and it would be perfect for every day use.

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  17. I adore the Undercover Bears - Agent Pufferton!!!
    We'd fill our new backpack with snacks and drinks to take on a long bike ride

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  18. The hokey pokey backpack is cute! My 5 yr old would like it!

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  19. I like the Scout Travel Wallet because it zips all the way around and would be great for a backpack.

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  20. i think you have the wrong questions so i need to get rid of the cat pee smell in my house with febreeze!!!

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  21. I like the airbus weekender bag,perfect for any beach.

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  22. I like the Outfielder backpack.
    I would use Febreze to eliminate the cat litter box odor

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  23. I like the Puddle Jumper Bag. This would be perfect for a visit to Grandmas

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  24. I like the Double Dutch Cross-Body Messenger in plum purple, it would be great to just take for a day on the town or on a trip.

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  25. I really like the Hokey Pokey Backpack for kids. We all bring backpacks to the library and especially on visits to grandma & grandpa's house.

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  26. The Frommer's Echo would be great for pretty much everyday use anytime.

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  27. I like Puddle Jumper, the backpack design is great for gym and hiking.

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  28. the Hokey Pokey Backpack. We will be using it for our road trip to Wisconsin. Thankyou, Ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  29. I like the Scout Travel Wallet. I could use it on our trip to the water park.

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  30. I like the Hokey Pokey backpack for my daughter

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  31. I like Puddle Jumper Overnight/Gym Bag and I would have my daughter use this bag when she stays overnight at grandma's house!

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  32. i like the HOKEY POKEY
    BACKPACK and we will be taking it for sleepovers and walks in the canyon.

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  33. My Noseblind Experience Is From Pet Odors In My Home. I Never Notice Them.

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  34. I have "noseblindness" when it comes to my cat litter or cooking smells.

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  35. I am noseblind to cooking scents

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  36. I am noseblind to our pet odors and kitchen odors when we cook.

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  37. I learned the definition of noseblind and sadly I am sometimes noseblind to pet smells.

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  38. I get noseblind to the smell of my Shih Tzu!

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  39. I am nose blind to the fish and seafood I cook as well as to the pet smells.

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  40. I am noseblind to pet and food smells.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  41. I am fairly certain that I am noseblind to the scent of my two dogs.

    Entered the rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  42. I am nose blind to our puppy odors in our home!

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  43. Would have to say it would be blind about pet odors- rafflecpter - shaunie

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  44. I am noseblind to the cat litter box. My son came home and said it was bad. Time to get Febreze!

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  45. With 3 cats in the house, I know i have noseblindness. I use febreze products on my couch and in the air to freshen up the place.

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  46. We don't have a vent over the oven. I hate that food smell.

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  47. Walking into a home that was over run with dogs. The smell of their urine was over powering. I know the owners must be nose blind...but goodness, it was bad.

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  48. I haven't experienced Noseblindness even though athletic clothes and sports equipment can get mighty smelly. I like the original scent of Febreze to give the sports bags a whiff of fresh air.

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  49. my noseblindness experience took place few years ago when i had 3 little ones in diapers

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  50. I have learned to kind of ignore the smell of diapers.

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  51. I am afraid I am noseblind with our litter box odors. We have 2 cats, clean it daily but know the odors linger and we may have gotten adjusted to it

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  52. We are noseblind to our musty basement. I always smell it when I return home from being gone. Ugh. Also, when we cook bacon, I def. light a febreeze candle and use the room spray!!

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  53. I did not know about noseblindness until recently, but I am definitely noseblind to our basement odor

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  54. I'm pretty sure I'm noseblind to our cats. I wonder about my car also; that's gotta be a smell I'm noseblind to that is horrid.

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  55. After being away for a week coming into the house I could smell odors that I had not noticed before.

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  56. My Noseblind Experience is sometimes with food odors. I don't always notice them.

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  57. I think I'm noseblind to the stale odor in my house!

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  58. I love fabreeze and have been using it for years. My mom loves Brussel sprouts and cooks them often for us for lunch. They do smell loudly. We cook, eat and clean up the kitchen and later my aunt comes by and the first thing she says is what is that smell. Ed have to think a minute because we no longer smell it but we get out fabreeze!!!!

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  59. I believe I am noseblind to smells in my car!

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  60. I am noseblind to dog smells in my house. jj250@aol.com

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  61. Hi! I learned that noseblindedness is an actual scientific process. It includes Adaptation, Habituation, and Infestation. As a psych. major, I find it funny that they applied a specific neurological process to being noseblind. Although, it's true! Thanks!!

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  62. Years ago I moved from the city to a cattle ranch in a small town. The smell of manure was like a giant punch in the face, I thought I was going to die. Thank heavens for the ability to go noseblind to that smell!

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  63. I am nose blind to pet smells, especially urine. Febreeze is a big help.

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  64. i'm guessing we're noseblind in our house; Used to having 3 dogs. Oops

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  65. I learned that being noseblind is the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings! I have two cats and I'm #noseblind to the cat litter smell...

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  66. I suffer from odor habituation to my kitties!

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  67. I'd say i'm noseblind to our dogs, and diapers!

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  68. My noseblind is for food, onions and garlic.

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  69. I go nose blind to cigarette odor. Id like to try the air effects.

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  70. My nosblind is for wet towels from the pool..

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  71. I have a major fear of nose blindness...which explains my addiction to scented sprays, candle warmers, etc!!

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  72. I become noseblind to the smell of animals

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  73. I remember the first time I traveled away from home as a young adult. My father always smoked at home, but when I lived there I never noticed it on my clothes. When I traveled away I noticed all my clothes smelled like smoke.

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  74. i am noseblind to the garbage can!

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  75. The website is really cute and I pretty much have all the warning signs in my house!

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  76. I am noseblinded by the pet smells.

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  77. I am noseblind to my pets' odors. I guess I'm used to my cats & dogs but guest sometimes tell me about it. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  78. Pet Attachments is the video I think describes our golden retriever and her wet dog smell

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  79. I would love to be nose blind to poopy diapers!

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  80. My husband's work close from the farm would be a great thing for febreze to eliminate.
    huntandride@hotmail.com

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  81. I'm noseblind to the smells from my cat.

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  82. I'm noseblind to the smells from my four dogs.

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  83. I'm so used to the cat litter box that I hardly notice it

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  84. My noseblind is our cat litter box, as well as the smell of my dog.

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  85. I am nose blind to my baby's diapers, my hubby's work boots, and cooking smells.

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  86. Cat litter and smelly shoes. DebP

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