Wednesday, April 29, 2009

My first review! Glade Sense and Spray



I recently became a BzzAgent and received a Glad Sense and Spray in the mail to use and review.

I have to admit, I was skeptical as to whether it would work as well as they said it would. Boy, was I wrong! Our bathroom is, well, a problem. With only one outlet, a plug-in freshener was not an option. And, most sprays just did not work, not to mention the whole "where is the air freshener now" problem. (since we tend to move it from room to room)

This little unit takes up very little room and is battery operated. It will automatically sense movement and after a little burst, it will lock itself out for 30 minutes to prevent overuse. But, you can override that anytime you need it by pressing the button.

I received the Clean Linen scent and just love it. It leaves a clean, crisp smell in the air. Plus, the fragrance lasts for quite some time. Ours has been up for several weeks, and it's still working perfectly and I no longer have to keep the bathroom door closed!

As you can tell, I highly recommend this product. I know the battery operation may be a problem for some, but if you use rechargeable batteries, that makes it more economical and greener for the planet.

1 comment:

T. Rasher said...

Great review. I was wondering about that product.

In addition to using rechargeable batteries (instead of disposable alkaline) to green the planet, consider that they can be recycled after they can no longer hold a proper charge. They can be charged up to 1,000 times and last between 2-5 years. And consider all the other cordless electronics that are powered by rechargeable batteries: laptops, digital cameras, cell phones, camcorders, power tools, cordless vacuuums, electric toothbrushes, electric razors, two-way radios, just to name a few. If it gets plugged into a wall socket to get recharged, those batteries instead can be recycled for free at call2recycle.org. Type in your zip code to find convenient drop off locations.