Until recently, I didn’t realize there was such a thing as National Clean Up Your Room Day, but it’s true, it really is a thing. As part of a spring cleaning initiative, this day, May 10th, is set a side to help kids see the value in cleaning their rooms. Parents everywhere are rejoicing I’m sure.
My “kids” have grown up enough to keep their rooms fairly tidy on their own. Recently, their rooms have had to be especially clean with our house on the market. I also thought today would be a good day to share photos of our bedroom spaces of our current home before we move.
Because literally the only thing left to clean on National Clean Your Room day, was the air, I was thankful Febreze Air Purifiers asked me to spread the word about this holiday. They were offering a hands-and-stress-free approach to this national cleaning day.
This post is sponsored by Febreze Air Purifiers. All opinions are my own.
Given the allergies we have to dust and pollen, I had often considered the value of having a HEPA air purifying system in my home, but some how never made it a priority until now.
They also give me piece of mind that our house is smelling fresh and clean for showings. The HEPA-type filter removes up to 99% of the microscopic particles from the air and somehow I can almost feel it.
Because we have a great deal of sensitivities to scented items, we have been running them without the optional Febreze Air Cartridges. Operating on the lowest setting, the purifier can hardly be heard running, while on medium or high, the sound is not unlike an traditional box fan. It actually moves a bit of air throughout the room like a fan on those settings as well.
While I love the look of the ceiling fan I found for current master bedroom, I am hoping when we move to the Trail House, I can use the the Febreze Air Purifier in place of a ceiling fan to keep the air moving comfortably around the room and install a big chandelier instead.
Even without the scents loaded, I have noticed even strong odors like fish disappear rather quickly. I grilled salmon last week and brought it inside to cool. Ordinarily, the house would have continued to smell like fish through the next day. We actually had to leave for an errand right after dinner and came back in under an hour to find the fishy smell to be completely gone! Hooray for a clean smelling house and clean air!
Here’s what I look forward to most: while we have ripped out the nasty carpets and have tried to air out the Trail House as often as we can, it still has some unpleasant odors. As soon as the construction dust settles, these air purifiers will be one of the first things we move into the Trail House! Want to read more about our Trail House? Click here.
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