Get your home ‘guest-ready’ and perfectly fresh for entertaining, anytime!
Well, it’s official: staying in is the new going out. Gathering friends together in one place, sharing good times and great gossip – without having to worry about closing time – is the new way to socialise.
However, no matter how hard you try to make your whole house feel clean and fresh, everyday odours can cling to fabrics and are gradually released back into the air – which isn’t great for your guests.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy solution for a guest-ready home, Febreze Fabric Refresher is the answer. By eliminating odours from awkward items you can’t fit in your washing machine, such as curtains and sofas, it’ll bring a breath of fresh air to your fabrics.
And there are eight light, fresh scents to choose from – Moonlight Vanilla, soothing Lavender and Camomile, Pet Odour eliminator, Thai Orchid, New Zealand, fruity Summer Splash, or the original Classic. Perfect for the items in your home you wish you could stick in the wash, making your guests feel right at home!
Entertaining at home - Home Savvy Do's & Dont's:
DON’T expect to go to bed early. There’s always at least one guest who wants to stay and chat all night. Why not spritz your sofas and chairs with Febreeze Fabric Refresher in soothing Lavender and Camomile, it will release an uniwnding and soothing aroma to keep your guest relaxed.
DO make sure you’ve got plenty of food and drink. It will be you trudging to the all-night garage if you run out.
DON’T forget about your house smelling lovely and fresh before your guests arrive. Grab a bottle of Febreze Fabric Refresher in Lavender and Camomile and get spritzing! The fruity smell of summer will give your home that lovely feeling of just throwing open a window.
DO invite your neighbours round. You’ll avoid complaints about the noise, and might make some new friends too.
DON’T forget that if your guests have a great time, they’re more likely to return the favour...
‘Febreze tackles odours in fabric and stops them coming back, so you can breathe happy’