“ Brand: Febreze / Type: Fabric Freshener / Category: Laundry „
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ From Thailand to Bali ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I recently tried out the Thai Orchid version of this aerosol air freshener, and I really liked it! So when I spotted that the range was reduced in Asda recently I decided to try out the lovely sounding Bali Sunset version of the spray. Despite being reduced, this still cost £2 which may seem a bit steep still - but usually they retail at £3 which I personally feel is definitely too much for an air freshener! The can is 300ml and has a lever at the top that you simply pull back to disperse a fine jet of scent into the air. ~~~~~~~ Island sun ~~~~~~~ This particular version of the spray is in a very bright orange can which is really eye-catching, and it has apparently been "inspired by Bali's exotic blossoms, fruits, and spices that flourish in the Island sun". So to use this you just hold it up and pull the trigger to release a fine mist of fragrance. You can detect the scent instantly - and it is actually a lot lighter and more subtle than I had imagined it would be. It is definitely a lovely fresh, floral fragrance - sadly as I have never been to Bali I can't vouch for whether or not it evokes the island sun or not but it is definitely a really lovely fragrance. It is sweet and lovely and I think I prefer it to the Thai Orchid version which I also really liked! ~~~~~~~~~~ A quick squirt... ~~~~~~~~~~ I find just a few quick squirts help to pretty much instantly freshen up my rooms and cover up any other smells. However I do find the scent fades rather quickly which is a shame, and this is one definite downside of this spray. It certainly doesn't last as long as I would like - and I am sure the other Febreze scents linger for a bit longer. But despite this small complaint I still really like this lovely air freshener - other than the price which I think is a bit steep. However if you can find it on offer then I would definitely recommend you give it a go!
Febreze is a range of household products including air fresheners, plug ins and laundry/cleaning products. *~Bali Sun~* Febreze offer a huge variety of fragranced air fresheners. A fairly new addition to the range is Bali Sunset. This air freshener is presented in a very bright and eye catching aerosol can. The can is a beautiful orange colour with a picture of a sun set over a palm tree. The can features a trigger type spray. Febreze claims to eliminate homely odours rather than mask them. This air freshener contains a non-flammable propellant. The packaging can be recycled. Not only does Febreze eliminate odours, it leaves the home smelling fresh. Bali Sunset is said to carry a scent which is a blend of ' exotic blossoms, fruits and spices that flourish in the Island sun'. A 300ml can of Bali Sunset can be purchased in supermarkets such as Asda and Tesco. It retails at around £3.00. Asda currently have a promotion on where you can purchase 2 cans for £4.00. They also offer a candle in this particular scent. *~My Thoughts~* Febreze is a brand which I purchase often. I have their plug ins dotted around my home and always have a few cans of the aerosol in my cupboard. £3.00 is expensive for a can of air freshener so I buy when this is on offer. I like to try the newer or limited edition scents when they are released and paid just £2.00 for this one from Tesco a few weeks ago. I feel I get more for my money with Febreze compared to Glade and Airwick sprays. It was mainly the packaging that caught my eye in Tesco so design really does sell! I appreciate the design as well. The trigger spray is easy to use though, like with every can of Febreze I have used, I always find it difficult to get the last few uses from my can. This can is very easy to operate and hold. I simply pull back the trigger and hold the can upwards. This allows a fine yet substantial mist of air freshener to be released into the air. With Febreze, I notice the mist hanging in the air a little rather than dropping immediately to floor (and making it slippy). The air doesn't feel 'damp' but simply refreshed and airy. You may wonder why I need lots of air fresheners given how many candles I burn and how many plug ins I own! Well the simple answer is - I use it for an instant refresh of my home. If I hear my intercom being pressed, I grab the spray and give the flat the once over. Heaven forbid someone came into my home and detected a horrible toilet smell or if my fiance had forgotten to take the bin down when leaving for work - I would be mortified! This Febreze quickly eliminates the odours and freshens up our flat. It doesn't rival good old fresh air but it is a quick fix solution and I always feel content knowing my home smells lovely. Bali Sunset is one of the best scents that Febreze offer (in my opinion). It is bright and Summery. The scent is pleasantly exotic and after spraying, there is a strong aroma of creamy coconut, fresh fruit (possibly mango and pineapple) and a faint undertone fresh florals and delicate spices. *~Conclusion~* Bali Sunset effectively refreshes my home and does so in a gentle way. It doesn't seem as harsh as some sprays and has a lovely natural smell which doesn't smell like cleaning products. A 300ml can lasts me incredibly well as I don't need to spray too much or too often to keep my home smelling nice. The scent hangs in the air for an hour - 2 hours but the actual odour elimination results can be detected for several hours. Top marks - will buy again and can recommend! Thanks for reading :)