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    Air freshners

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    What type do you think works the best/lasts the longest? Plugins, those gel type things that dissolve over time, etc..

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    I am obsessed with air fresheners! I bought a Scentsy, and it doesn't work. It's cute, and looks nice, but doesn't make my house smell any better. I love the Bath & Body Works candles, and the Wall Flowers, but thery're expensive if you don't get them during a sale. I've been using a Glade Plug In for the past few weeks and my room smells AMAZING, and I like the Glade ones because they have a little dial that you can use to increase the strength of the scent or decrease it.
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    I like the glade plug ins
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    My first love will always be candles. I have a few scents of Yankee Candle that I love.

    I won a Scentsy thing and some scents in a raffle back before Christmas and I really like them, too. I need to get a non-holiday one to have out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovemysailor22 View Post
    I like the glade plug ins

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    My Scentsy warmer is amazing, I can smell it throughout my entire apartment. My current fave is baked apple pie. One of my friends walked in the other night and actually asked me if I was baking a pie
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    I have a Scentsy warmer and love it. I have Sugar Cookie burning now (in my kitchen), and I can smell it in my living room. Smells like cupcakes! Plus, I buy the wax blocks at Wal-Mart for $2 a piece if I don't feel like shelling out the extra $3 for Scentsy (and have to wait for it).
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    i like the bath & body wallflowers the best.
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    I think the dissolving beads kind work best. Like this kind -

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    I like the Febreeze plug in ones. Also the "Set and Refresh" ones, the just plastic thing with a freshener insert, work surprisingly well, especially with how cheap they are.
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