BzzReview: Glade Expressions Collection

 If you’ve been reading my blog you might know that I’m a BzzAgent. That means I get to try out new products for free or at a great discount, this time around I got to try out the Glade Expressions Collection.

I received two coupons for a free fragrance mist and oil diffuser. Sadly I will only be writing about the fragrance mist because I was not able to find the oil diffuser in stock at any of my local pharmacies or supermarkets.

I used my coupon to get the only scent of the fragrance mist my local CVS had in stock, Cotton and Italian Mandarin.

Here’s a picture of it in my bathroom!

When I first got it, I had some trouble figuring out how to use it, as did the rest of my family. It doesn’t work like a normal spray can, it’s actually much more ergonomic, you just grip it and squeeze, almost as if it were a hose nozzle. I already think that would make this much easier for some one with arthritis to use than a normal spray can.

After using it for about a month my family’s come to the following conclusions:

-it has great staying power

-you don’t need to use a lot for it to be effective

-it works great on covering up pet odor (we’ve got two dogs, we know all about pet odor)

My mom’s also happy about it being refillable.

Now for why you shouldn’t like it:

If you are like a normal person who doesn’t read directions you will have trouble figuring out how to use it, and it’s a little on the pricey side, but it’s worth it since you don’t need to use much to get the job done. That’s about it, I don’t really have anything else bad to say about it.

That’s all, and if any of you want coupons feel free to hit me up because I’ve got loads of coupons for $2 off!


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