Air fresners. Boring I know

(8 Posts)
pud1 Tue 02-Oct-12 12:47:51

He uses jo Malone colone and bought some one at work a candle for a gift so would know the cost. Not something I can get away with on this occasions

Oh no, you don't need to worry them with details like that.

pud1 Tue 02-Oct-12 12:39:15

I would love jo Malone ones. Will have to persuade my oh that they are worth the money

I bought the Jo Malone reed diffusers, they are very expensive but have lasted three months so far.

Plus, I can kid myself that it is a very classy thing to have.

Open the windows.
Hoover regularly.
Do not deep fry.

pud1 Tue 02-Oct-12 12:28:00

I bought about those. Will give them a try

chubbychipmonk Tue 02-Oct-12 12:25:43

Those reed diffusers are really good and last ages.

pud1 Tue 02-Oct-12 11:41:24

i have just had my entire flat redecorated, new carpets in the bedrooms, new bed and sofa. This has got rid of the faint whiff off my dog but I want to keep it at bay. I have bought 2 airwick plug ins and they are working but I am not to keen on the fake smell. I do use Yankee candles but I wanted something that's permanent. I was looking for my recomendations. Cheers

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