Scent Your Home with Glade® Expressions™
I love having my home smell great. Before my daughter was born, I used to use candles on the coffee table or island. However, with a toddler running around, I never felt safe with the candles. The new Glade® Expressions™ oil diffuser is a great replacement for a candle. It provides continuous scent for 30 days. The oil diffuser is encased in a nice bamboo design that will blend with any decor. Unlike many oil units, it does not use electricity so there is no added cost and you are not limited to finding an acceptable outlet. The oil container is designed to be no-spill so there are no worries if it gets knocked over.
The new Glade® Expressions™ fragrance mist comes in a simple streamlined design and there are refill canisters available for it. Unlike many fragrance sprays, the label removes completely from the mist leaving a container that looks more like a vase or bottle to blend in with your decor rather than standing out as a fragrance spray. The fragrance is delivered via a squeeze mechanism. There are refills available for the fragrance mist allowing for easy replacement.
One thing that has always been difficult for me with scented items is that some scents, particularly florals give me a headache. Both Glade® Expressions™ products are available in many fruity scents: Pineapple & Mangosteen, Cotton & Italian Mandarin (only in fragrance mist), Fuji Apple & Cardamom Spice, and Lavender & Juniper Berry. Another great feature of Glade® Expressions™ is that they have a fragrance satisfaction guarantee. If you do not like the scent, simply fill out this form and mail it back along with the UPC code and your original store receipt.
Walmart is currently offering a coupon for $1.50 off of Glade® Expressions™ products. You can find coupons on the Walmart website.
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