I have this in Thai dragon fruit and clean linen. It does work to freshen up the rooms in my small apartment. I reserve the dragon fruit scent for my bathroom. I can't find the New Zealand scent anywhere ;perhaps it is discontinued. I have always loved the clean linen scent since it does smell like fresh laundry. I hope Febreeze keeps coming out with new scents.
Love the Lavender Vanilla & Comfort and limited edition Cinnamon Sugar & Home. We have had lots of cleaning to do after a recent hurricane and these scents truly clear the air as well as smell lovely, authentic, not like cloying scents most companies offer. Febreeze was one of the first mass market home sprays and/or deoderizers to address the issue of removing offensive odors not merely masking them.
I have to add the "yellow brick road" comment by the reviewer below me is really distasteful. I've worked with the elderly too. I find in the many reviews I've written that its entirely possible to covey ones thoughts about a product without disparaging others. Not amusing.
We will review anything on here won't we! Lol I love the scents of these as they don't have that typical air freshener smell. I hate most fresheners because they don't neutralize the odor. You just smell the stink with added perfume. Who likes flowery garbage smell? Nobody. I love trying new scents each time. They are a lil pricier than other fresheners but well worth it! I agree with the prior reviewer that they the trigger is wonderful, and deposits a fine mist into the air instead of large droplets. And if you accidently walk through it while still hanging in the air (like I always end up doing) at least you end up smelling good instead of like an old lady. I will continue to buy for as long as they make these.
Febreze room fresheners actually work - evem on stinky diaper pails or bathrooms. (Have not tried on smoke odors - we have a smoke free home). A good value.
I don't care much for room fresheners but when I find a scent that I absolutely love, I'll use it as a body or clothing fragrance, I don't care what type of product it is. I use The Body Shop linen spray as a perfume & home fragrance oil as a skin scent if I love how it smells.
I smelled a wonderful scent in my friend's home when I visited & I went around the house asking everyone if they'd just put on an amazing perfume I wanted to know the name of. Turns out my friend had just sprayed the room w/Febrese New Zealand Springs air freshener & as soon as I went to a store I bought some for myself. It reminds me of a refreshing musk deodorant spray that my uncle had sent to me from Austria back in 1990. Haven't been able to track down a dupe of that scent ever since (& had continuously tried in vain). It's called Rexona Musk, incidentally, which I was able to get for a while in a great roll-on antiperspirant BUT a few recent years ago the company changed the scent formula & it's not the same. Bad move!
This Febreze scent is really close to that delicious original scent from Austria & absolutely beautiful. It smells great on fabrics & absolutely divine in the air. I spray this on my clothes & blankets before I use them & the scent lingers for a while. I'm in love. :)
Comes in a hefty aerosole can w/a trigger pull that sprays a super-fine mist - perfect for dispersing scent evenly instead of falling heavily to the floor in wet drops, & won't spot my fabrics w/excess moisture.
I love most Febreze scents, but I especially love the limited edition room spray scent, "Powder & Pamper". This is a feminine fragrance with a note of rich vanilla with a touch of mild jasmine. Perfect for scenting bedrooms and bathrooms. I only wish it lasted longer.