Friday, July 25, 2014

#Sponsored #Noseblind Putting Febreze to the Test (w/ $60 AmEx GC & Product Giveaway)

Disclosure: 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% my own. 





Febreze has made some pretty lofty claims in their advertising about how well their products work. I'm thinking of the blindfold testing on the commercials, where they take someone in a very stinky place, blindfolded, and the person only smells the Febreze product instead of the gunk that is (unbeknownst to them) surrounding them.

I think those commercials are fun.  I recently got a selection of Febreze products, and directions to invite friends over for a movie, popcorn, and a little Noseblind Test of the Febreze ourselves (though not as extreme as the commercials).

What do you need for such Noseblind testing?

Doesn't everyone accost their friends with a Febreze Smelling Challenge
when they come over for Popcorn and a Movie?
 You need friends...

Popcorn...

A movie to watch...

The winner of the giveaway will receive a $60 American Express Gift Card
& an assortment of Febreze products, such as those pictured above!
And Febreze!

There were three short surveys for us all to take independently, and then an assessment when all was said and done. We took those on the computer. What we found was that when everyone first came in the house, they smelled fresh air, or a light citrus smell. Not sure where the citrus smell came in, but it was mentioned more than once. Maybe from the baby oranges my son had earlier in the day, that's all I can think of, but I didn't detect that scent in the air. According to the Febreze site, that is Odor Habituation, or me getting used to a scent in my house and no longer detecting it, even though it is a strong enough smell for arriving guests to pick up on.  With oranges, that's not so bad...with other things (like fish or burnt popcorn), it could get ugly.

The next thing we did was pop the popcorn. The smell identified by everyone was 'popcorn.'

After giving the room where the popcorn had been popped a quick shot of Febreze Air Effects, the smell was completely gone.  And in the room where we were eating our popcorn, and watching our movie, the Febreze candle was running, and the odor disappeared as well. We were eating movie style butter popcorn, and anyone who's had that in the house, knows the smell is a strong one (and one that leaves you wanting to eat that popcorn ;) ).

At the end of the movie, a final (brief) online survey was taken by everyone, and a discussion ensued. We all agreed that the Febreze did its job.  Three cheers for a product line that does what it's supposed to do.

I stand behind the product now, and our friends say that they do too.

How would you like to bring some friends over to try a Febreze Noseblind test on your own? One lucky winner will get a $60 American Express Gift Card and the same Febreze products I did (pictured above) to have a little fun on their own. US entrants only.

Learn more about Febreze by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

This is a short giveaway, so get your entries in quickly, and be sure to tell a friend!
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256 comments:

  1. I can Head over to P&G everyday for great home tips and savings on Febreze so I will do that

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  2. I learned that some people are noseblind to fish smells.

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  3. Well there's a new theme for a party LOL !!!
    I use Febreeze - it's a great product - just never thought of incorporating it into a party !
    Have a great weekend Rosey XOX

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  4. I like Febreze and I like popcorn LOL

    Have a sweetsmellingtastic weekend ;-)

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  5. I learned about ODOR HABITUATION: a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell.

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  6. lol I need Febreeze with my movies, damn I've been missing out

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  7. Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not,
    leaving nothing but freshness behind.

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  8. I learned that ODOR HABITUATION: a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell
    True!

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  9. I learned Febreze destales the air.

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  11. I learned ODOR INFESTATION is what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door

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  12. I learned noseblind is The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  13. I learned about being noseblind, but I have a very sensitive nose so I'm not sure I could be very noseblind. I also learned that Febreeze has wax melts, I never knew that, I certainly want to give those a try.

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  14. I learned your brain can be reprogrammed not to smell certain things.

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  15. That you can get used to the fishy smell. I can't stand it!

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  16. Febreze is an amazing product, if you want to make you home smell great it's the go to product.

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  17. Febreeze elminates all odors, whether you smell 'em or not

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  18. What a fun smell test! We love Febreeze...Great giveaway too!

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  19. I learned that some people are noseblind to fish smells

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  20. Febreze is my go to air fresher brand! It truly does eliminate odors, not just cover them up!

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  21. I learned what Noseblind means! I never had a word for that..I always called it "I just don't smell it because I've been in here too long". ;)

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  22. Febreeze elminates all odors, whether you smell them or not

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  23. I learned that noseblind is the gradual acclimation to the smell's of your own home, car, or belongings in which the affected does not notice them but outsiders do.

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  24. I love this stuff and use it all the time. It does wonders.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  25. I love their products! their plugs are awesome too!
    xo,
    Dee Trillo
    http://HauteFrugalista.com
    @HauteFrugalista

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  26. I learned about how the nose gradually gets used to smells and no longer notices them.

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  27. I learned what nose blind is. I do know that if you smell a lot of stuff like testing perfumes that after a couple they all smell alike and you need to sniff some coffee beans to clear your smeller again :)

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  28. What a fun idea for guests! Come on over, just bring your nose! ;)

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  29. I am having some friends over to do this tonite, actually. I can't wait to see how it works for us.

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  30. I learned how smells can easily be ignored after being around them often and for long periods of time.

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  31. I learend noseblindness is 100% real, and with 3 cats I need to go ahead and start using febreze.

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  32. What a fun party! I love Febreze and have used it for years. My favorite place to use it is in the car after I've dropped off all the boys from my son's high school football team after practice. It can get so stinky in the car.

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  33. Em Mahr - I leaned the definition of noseblindness and some common causes. I also learned that Febreze can help eliminate odors.

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  34. I learned about ODOR HABITUATION: a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell.

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  35. I learned that Odor Habituation is a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  36. I love febreeze! It is one of my go-to products when cleaning my home. I love all of the different scents that they have!

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  37. I learned that most people are noseblind to the smells in their homes.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway!

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  38. I love febreeze. That stuff really works. I like this challenge better than the ones on television.

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  39. Helps makes thing smell better all around

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  40. I learned that Noseblind is really true and that most people get use to odors in their homes.

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  41. Febreze has saved many of families from odor flowing from the diaper pail!

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  42. I learned the definition of noseblind. (The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them)

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  43. I learned that Febreze has a Fabric Refresher: Pet Odor Eliminator that is noseblind approved! I need to try this stat!
    Erika W.

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  44. I love Fabreeze! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  45. Fabreeze can cover the odors that most air freshers won't.

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  46. I learned that a vast majority of Americans are noseblind to the odors in their homes and cars.

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  47. I learned that your brain's processes can be re-programmed to all but ignore a smell.

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  48. I love febreze. This looks like a great giveaway, thanks for sharing! <3

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  49. My roommates in my dorm had terrible foot odor. I was super thankful that Febreze actually works just as good as the commercials say it does.

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  50. What a fun noseblind test. I think I will have to get some febreeze. I love popcorn, but don't like the smell to linger.

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  51. I learned that you can spray on carpets, curtains, and other hard-to-wash fabrics to replace lingering odors with long-lasting freshness.

    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  52. This looks like a fun test, I love Febreze!

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  53. I learned that our home smells different to guests than us.

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  54. I learned that ODOR INFESTATION is what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door. Yuck, I have always loved Febreze!

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  55. I learned the definition of Noseblind: The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  56. I have always loved Febreze! I have been sold on it since it first came out. I carry a small bottle when I travel. You just never know when you are going to need it.

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    1. I had a mini bottle in my purse at the airport and they confiscated it. I'd totally forgotten it was in there. :)

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  57. I have always loved the scent of Febreze, but sadly can't use it anymore. My dogs are very allergic to the chemicals they use in them. I really loved their lavender scented one too :(

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  58. I use Febreeze every single day.

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  59. I learned that Nose Blind means The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  60. I learmed: Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not,
    leaving nothing but freshness behind. So you can feel confident knowing your home
    is always guest-ready.

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  61. I love the allergen reducing Febreze! I have two cans of that stuff and spray it all over my carpet and furniture weekly after I vacuum.

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  62. Those are some great sounding scents. I have to try some of the new ones.

    Michelle F.

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  63. The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  64. I learned that over time you become more or less immune to the odors in your own home. I have five dogs and three cats, and I can smell a friend's single cat when I walk into their home, but don't notice the smell in my own house.

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  65. We don't have Febreze here. I'm sure this scent is nice and this will make the room smell divine. Sometimes those putrid smell is hard to vanish.

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  66. this sure looks like a great product to help keep the air clean at home. that Febreze party will be a hit with my niece + nephew!

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  67. I love me some Febreze. It is really the best for eliminating odors. :) Sounds like you all have a great time. :)

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  68. I love Febreze products their candles and car fresheners are amazing and I bet I'm noseblind to cat scent, not pee it is to strong for that but just the pet scent

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  69. I learned that noseblind means the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  70. Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not.

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  71. I used Febreze when my boys played hockey, it did wonders for their hockey bag. We love using Febreze in the car too.

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  72. I learned a new word...Noseblind.

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  73. I like the tip to use Febreze on your couch cushions once a week. I need to start doing that.

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  74. I learned that this is the best ad campaign ever! Jane Lynch is hilarious.
    Yes, I was LOLing at a commercial.

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  75. I love that Frebreze refresher really help de stale the air.

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  76. I like this stuff, works good in the house to cover up stink.

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  77. I learned that Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not

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  78. Febreze really eliminates odors, whether we can smell it or not!

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  79. I learned that noseblindness is scientifically proven.

    Entered the rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

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

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  80. I learned they have car vent clips

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  81. I learned that psychological habituation explains why our brains no longer register bad smells in the home, and that cooking and pets are two of the most common causes of adaptation to foul odors.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  82. That Febreze offers a lot of products that I can use so my friends and family won't smell bad odors in my home
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

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  83. There is usually a three step process to nose blindness.

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  84. I learned that ODOR ADAPTATION: your nose’s physical response that normalizes new smells.

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  85. ODOR HABITUATION is what I learned about!

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  86. Febreeze is a great brand. They also have a lot of products to offer. Thanks for this!

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  87. I learned that noseblindness is the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them

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  88. i learned most smells come from you, your workout routine, or your pets!!! thanks for the giveaway!

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  89. I learned that you can get use to even the worse smells
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  90. I learned that I could get a Febreze candle in Moonlight and Vanilla scent
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  91. Febreze candles are awesome. I love the scent varieties. Amber N

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  92. People are Noseblind to fish smells!

    purposedrivenlife4you(at)gmail(dot)com

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  93. I definitely need to get some Febreeze. I have a cat and I'm sure I don't smell what others do.

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  95. I learned what noseblind means :)

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  96. This great when you have three dogs like I do. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  97. I love Febreze sprays! I hadn't heard the term noseblind before, it made me giggle.

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  98. I leaned that Febreeze has an Allergen Reducer line

    Jeana O'donnell-Murphy

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  99. Febreze is my favorite brand when it comes to air freshener. I have been using it for years. Noseblind test sound so funny but I might try that with my kids.

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  100. I learned about a great product - Air Effects Soft & Light Allergen Reducer.
    I'm going to look for that!
    thank you

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  101. i didn't know that they had products for your car

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  102. I learned about Noseblind and how you can get acclimated to the smells in your house and not smell them any more.

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  103. I learned that they call getting use to a smell ODOR HABITUATION: a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  104. I had no idea that Air Effects came in that many scents!

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  105. Febreze doesw some serious magic! I love this stuff

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  106. I learned that our brains get used to smells similar to how we tune out noises that we hear all of the time. Also learned that there are new scents I didn't know about!

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  107. I love Febreeze products to eliminate pet odors. With multiple pets, we need it!

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  108. The fabric and air spray is great on linens. I like using it on the couch too.

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  109. I learned febreze has several products to get rid of smells that we become noseblind to.

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  110. I love the smell of Febreeze!! I always ask my mom to bring home some when she goes to the US.

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  111. I won't use anything in the house like this, although Febreze was definitely a lovely scenet when we did!

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  112. i've been wanting to buy febreeze for those times that i cook dried fish or any seafoods

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  113. Odor infestation: I bet we have it with two dogs and four big guys in the house. I wish I was wrong.

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  114. I learned you can use their fabric refresher for things hard to wash like carpets. I'd like to try this out on our couch! Glad to see they have fragrance free. -Audra O'Hara

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  115. I learned that I am noseblind. LOL! I have acclimated to our kitty litter box smell.

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  116. I learned that you can get used to the bad smells over time.

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  117. I never knew there was such a thing being nose blind. I learnt that new thing for sure!

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  118. i learned that a vast majority of Americans have noseblindness

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  119. scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real.
    And it typically follows a three-step process

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  120. Some people are noseblind to fish smells.

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  121. What a fun post! I just love Febreze products!

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  122. febreeze eliminates oders even ones you dont smell

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  123. I learned that we can develop Odor Habituation and that it is a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell.
    My name on the rafflecopter is Joni Mason

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  124. Sounds like a great product! I would really like the candles myself!

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  125. noseblind [nohz-blihnd], noun;

    The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  126. Visited the site and learned scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real

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  127. I learned they have Gratefruit Fizz.

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  128. I learned that scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real.And it typically follows a three-step process

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  129. I didn't know it actually reduced allergens. Thanks for sharing and making me dispelled some misbelieves.

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  130. I learned that noseblindness is 100% real :) I knew this was true because when I leave the house and come back later, I always smell the kitchen spices and cooking smells that hang around :)

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  131. I learned that with time when your around a particular smell you wont smell it as much ..

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  132. Noseblind is when you get used to a smell

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  133. I loved learning about the Frebreze Allergen Reducer products. I haven't bough any Febreeze in a long time but will sure check them out, too.

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  134. In a house of husband and kids, there's always a funky smell, therefore febreze is my hero.

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  135. I learned that Febreze destales the air.

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  136. I learned that it's an allergy reducer

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  137. I learned i can Febereze the hamper and the couch.
    elysesw@aol.com

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  138. I learned Febreze gets rid of odors and not just masks them.

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  139. I learned that noseblind is the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  140. I learned that the definition of nose blind is: The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  141. I learned that you can get used to the fishy smell.

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  142. A vast majority of Americans are noseblind in their own homes or cars

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  143. I learned that you can use Set&Refresh for small spaces.

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  144. learned that the Stick & Refresh comes in 4 scents

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  145. i learned how odor habituation reprograms the brain to ignore certain smells.

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  146. would have to say that I learned that this is really REAL... we are blind and sometimes our dearest friends would have to let us know - shaunie

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  147. People get so accustomed to smells that they no longer notice the smells over time.

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  148. I learned that nose blindness is actually real and all about noseblindness.

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  149. I learned that scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real.

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  150. i learned you can get used to odors in your home so you no longer notice them

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  151. I learned Febreze eliminates odors, not just covers them up.

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  152. i learned that febreze also has wax melts. i would love to try the hawaiian aloha ones!

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  153. noseblind [nohz-blihnd], noun;
    The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

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  154. Hi! I learned that becoming noseblind is an actual science which includes adaptation, habituation, and infestation. Being a psychology major, that's hilarious to me. Although, it is true. lol Thank-you!!

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  155. Febreze is an amazing product, I have been using it for a very long time.

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  156. I learned that noseblindness is a serious and a real problem. We suffered from it with the cat liter box (no matter how many times a day I cleaned it), now with it gone you can tell the difference.

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  157. I learned about odor habituation and the brain shifting away from bad smells to make them less smelly to you

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  158. smells can be ignored by the brain if around them enough.

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  159. There is a Air Effects: Crisp Clean for tough odors, Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  160. I learned that we can get so used to smells around our house that only others notice them.

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  161. I learned that going noseblind is 100% real. Thank you!

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  162. I learned that noseblindness is when you stop noticing the smells of your own house, even though others still do.

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  163. Febreze takes out the odors. Sometimes you can smell them, sometimes you can't. The smell is truly gone though.

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  164. scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real.

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  165. Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not,
    leaving nothing but freshness behind.

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  166. I learned that a lot of people are noseblind to the smells in their home.

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  167. Many people are noseblind to pet smells

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  168. Febreeze elminates all odors, whether you smell them or not.

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  169. I learned noseblind is a real thing .

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  170. I like the idea it will De-Stale my air. During the summer the a/c does make it a bit stale in here.

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  171. I learned Febreeze elminates all odors.

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  172. I learned that people can be noseblind to pet odors.

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  173. I learned Febreeze has a ridiculous amount of products and scents.

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  174. I learned that people can be noseblind to the odors in their home.

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  175. I learned that Febreze truly eliminates odors, whether you can smell them or not.

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  176. I learned about being noseblind, I realize there are odors that I don't smell that someone else does.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  177. I learned that other people smell your home differently than you do because you have become noseblind to the odors in your environment

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  178. I learned Febreze has wax melts

    AWinesburg@hotmail.com

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  179. The nose gradually gets used to smells which makes it easy to get nose blind to them.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  180. I learned the definition of noseblind-
    The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do)

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  181. I learned that Jane Lynch is their celebrity spokesperson for this promotion.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  182. I learned that Febreze really covers the noseblind odors!

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  183. I learned that scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real. And it typically follows a three-step process:
    odor adaptation, odor habituation and odor infestation.

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  184. They have new Alergen Reducer products

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  185. I learned ODOR INFESTATION is what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door

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  186. They have candles (I never knew!)

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  187. The first step in noseblind diagnosis is symptom awareness

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  188. I learned that Jane Lynch is the celebrity spokesperson

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  189. I learned that noseblind means the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them.

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  190. I learned that you should spray febreeze fabric refresher on your couch once a week to keep it smelling fresh
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  191. I learned that scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real..

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  192. Since my husband has allergies, this interested me: Febreze Air Effects Allergen Reducer reduces up to 75% of inanimate allergens* that become airborne from soft surfaces, such as pet dander and dust mite matter.

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  193. I learned about ODOR HABITUATION: a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell, I think this has happened to me with the dog smells in my home.

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  194. I learned that Febreze truly eliminates odors

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  195. I learned that noseblindness is an actual ailment.

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  196. It made me realize how I could be noseblind.

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