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This isn’t the fabric spray of your college years. Back when you needed to mask the musty odor of a hand-me-down beanbag chair or unwashed shirt, those chemicals did the trick, but it’s high time you graduated to something a bit more sophisticated. This nontoxic spray eliminates bad smells on contact, using gentle and simple ingredients. Use it on anything—from dirty linens to smelly old sneakers.
I use this when traveling to mist my clothes when they come out of the suitcase. The spray has a fresh scent and not at all overpowering.5
This is pretty much like an higher quality Febreeze. I'm not too crazy about the smell, but the packaging is nice. The smell is kind of spicy, and it's pretty light. This is a good product to have to toss in your gym bag or keep in your car.3
After a long, hard day I like to fall into a freshly made bed and pass out. Sometimes I'll lightly spray my pillows with a mist to help sleep, and this has been a nice addition. I've used it for ironing a few shirts, etc. It's a large bottle which should last a while.4
I was thrilled to see a linen spray on Birchbox, but I'm so ambivalent about this product. From the description, I was expecting a sweet floral scent, maybe a little herbal.
It's a spicy, masculine scent. Just like after-shave, or a men's cologne. It's not unpleasant, but I don't really want my sheets and furniture smelling like after-shave. I don't know where the 'laundry-fresh' in the description came from, I've never had laundry that smelled like Old Spice. :)
The scent fades very, very quickly. When you walk back into the room 15 minutes after spraying linens, the scent is gone. It does freshen right away, but don't expect the scent to linger.
It's not a bad product at all, as long as you're OK with the scent. I can see it being nice for freshening up a young man's place, or a boy's dorm room.
I use this product on my business clothes and it works wonders on my clothes. I would definitely recommend it to a friend.5