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Keep Your Home Air Clean with Febreze Air Purifier {Giveaway}



I am not a big fan of winter. I actually detest winter and I have never been a fan of snow although I was born in winter. While other kids love being outdoors playing in the snow, making snow angels and having snowball fights, I would much prefer to stay indoors and drink some hot chocolate and wait for it all to melt. Another reason that I'm not such a fan is that in the winter it seems like my household air isn't as fresh as it should be. One reason could most certainly be that the windows are always always closed, usually to keep the cold out but it also keeps the fresh air out too. So I was ecstatic when Febreze contacted me about trying out one of their brand new Febreze Air Purifier, and the great news is that one of you get to try it out too.  We've also included some home cleaning tips by Julie Edelman of the Accidental housewife, to help you on your way to keeping your home air clean.


The Febreze Air Purifier provides customized, hands-free and stress-free cleaning and has a powerful HEPA-Type filter that traps up to 99% of airborne particles such as dust, pollen, pet dander and odors. All while leaving behind the fresh scent of Febreze for a whole room clean! Equipped with dual action HEPA- Type filters for odor and dust reduction, Febreze air purifiers trap up to 99% of airborne particles including dust, pet dander and other allergens while releasing the fresh scent of Febreze linen & sky or spring & renewal. With 3 air-cleaning levels and a freshness scent control dial, the Febreze Air Purifiers are customizable to your preference.


I did however notice that when turned on to it's highest setting that it was very loud. We turned it down to setting 1 which was so quiet that you could barely hear it, which makes it perfect for bedroom settings. It does come with a supplied Febreze linen & sky scent cartridge which is supposed to last up to 30 days. The scent isn't overpowering but since it's close to my bed we also turned that down.

Available in Tabletop, Mini Tower and Tower size models, they are perfect for dorm rooms, bedrooms, offices, living rooms or anywhere dust and/or odors make the space feel less than fresh and clean. They are also very compact and don't take up much room either.


So now here are Julie Edleman’s Cleaning Tips that we promised:

Move Over, Must: Your basement smells musty, but you don’t know what to do? The carpeted floor is most likely the culprit. Carpet fibers hang on to dust particles and moisture, which can make the basement smell musty. Sprinkle some corn starch or baby powder, let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes, then suck it up with your vacuum. You can also use a dehumidifier to reduce moisture in the air. HINT: To help capture those dust particles before they even have a chance to hit the carpet, keep a Febreze Air Purifier in your basement.

Ditch the Dust: No matter how neat and clean you try to be, dust has sneaky a way of collecting on surfaces throughout your home. Try the Febreze Air Purifier to help capture airborne particles before they settle, reducing the levels of airborne dust that can accumulate on furniture and counters.



When Your Wall Becomes A Work Of Art: For colored markers spray the wall with hairspray and immediately wipe before it can drip down or dry. For crayons, you can put a dab of toothpaste on a toothbrush and gently wipe it out, or rub with a dampened microfiber cloth and baking soda.

Embarrassing Pet Odors: We love our furry friends, but we’re not so fond of the embarrassing pet odor that they leave around the house—from kitty litter and pet mishaps to wet dog smell. Try using the Febreze Air Purifier to reduce odors and add a fresh, clean scent back into the air.

The  Febreze Air Purifier is available at Walmart, Sam’s Club, Amazon.com and other retailers. Models may vary.



Now this is the part that you've all been waiting for you. One of you will win this Febreze Tower Air Purifier. The same one that I got to try out and love. Not only will it keep your home air smelling fresh and clean but you'll wonder why didn't Febreze come out with this sooner. Giveaway is open to US Residents only and ends on February 6th. Good luck to all entering.

Which housecleaning tip is your favorite or do you have one of your own to share?


Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Annmarie John
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  1. You totally know I am so not a fan of winter and we love our air purifier. So, wonderful giveaway and good luck to all who enter :)

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  2. I think my best housecleaning tip is Vinegar. I like to use vinegar to clean - it is a natural disinfectant. It can be used for so many cleaning projects.

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  3. Clean one room at a time that way you don't get distracted.

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  4. We could really use one of these in my boys room. Wowsa it smells in there, can not imagine when they are teenagers.

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  5. OMG! My classroom needs this. We have a pipe issue in our building and this would be awesome

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  6. Our apartment tends to get dusty (could be because I hate dusting) so I think this would help alot. I would put it in our dustiest room (living room) and see what it can do.

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  7. Ooo! I had no idea Febreeze was making this kind of product! I love it! And I'm big on keeping the dust to a minimum - allergies!

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  8. I really could use one or two of these--one in my bedroom and one in the living room! I am going to check them out and see if it would work for me (and my cat)

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  9. Love the tip about perts as i have to cats. Who knew they could be so smelly though we love them dearly. I really like this product it sounds like a real good thing to have in your home.

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  10. can you get inserts to make the air smell all Febreze pretty too? That would be awesome. I'm not really a fan of the icy streets but I don't mind the cold or anything else about winter.

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  11. I could really use one of these in my bedroom.

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  12. My tip is using vinegar as well. There are some many uses for vinegar and deep cleaning.

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  13. I used Febreze around my boxers once and they had a severe allergic reaction. I am wondering if the purifier would do the same? I have been thinking about getting a purifier, but I would have to know if it were safe for my dogs first.

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  14. .I need this for my daughter who has allergies and asthma. I did not know Febreze had this

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  15. This is one amazing product that I was not aware even existed! I love everything from Febreeze!

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  16. This is such a good idea. I didn't realize Febreze made an air purifier!

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  17. I need to get one of these for my house!

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  18. I like that you can control how much fragrance you want going at any given time. It looks modern and stylish too. I'd buy one.

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  19. I forgot about how hairspray works so well. Love the purifier. Could use that.

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  20. I clean one room at a time. It helps me to stay on track!

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  21. I am not much of a fan of winter either. I used to really enjoy Febreez until I started to get concerned about some chemicals. So, I started making my own with essential oils. Using their scents with an air purifier seems like a good way to battle some of the dusts and mites we worry about.

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  22. I love air purifiers! My fav tips is using the cornstarch to vacuum. I usually use baking soda when I'm out of carpet deodorizer.

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  23. Move Over Must I use a dehumidifier in my basement and that you should vacuum, then dust from top to bottom and then vacuum again because if you wait until after to vacuum then it will stir dust up again which will settle on everything you just dusted

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  24. My favorite housecleaning tip is the one for the musty basement. I have to try this.

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  25. Oh this looks cool. My tip. Quick cleans - run through the house for 30 minutes every day and clean up

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  26. My favorite cleaning tip is the Ditch the Dust. I can't seem to keep my house dust free, it's a constant battle and I dust twice per week and it's not one of my favorite hobbies.

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  27. My tip is clean little things as you go then they don;t turn into big messes

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  28. Thanks for the wall cleaning tips. I had heard of using microfiber cloths with baking soda but not the toothbrush/toothpaste one.

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  29. I love reading all the tips. I need all the help I can get!

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  30. I have had a cough for 3 months now and wonder if having a good air purifier like this will help. I'm sure it will also help our house smell better. I love Febreze and trust this product.

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  31. Ditch the Dust is the one I need help with...like you said "dust creeps" in and you can't get rid of it.

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  32. This would be awesome for our stinky diapers! I like sticking to a cleaning schedule and hiring help!

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  33. Most of my cleaning advice has to do with preventative maintenance. One thing that helps me every day is having microwave plate covers, used for heating food. Keeps the microwave much cleaner.

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  34. I use microfiber cleaning cloths instead of paper towels or washcloth/cotton.

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  35. I am addicted to vacuuming! I asked for a vacuum for Christmas and got my favorite one. We have to keep it pretty clean in my house because my middle daughter has pretty bad allergies.

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  36. I use pledge and microfiber clothes to dust, but it seems as though as soon as I am done, a layer of dust appears again. This would be wonderful to eliminate any excess dust.

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  37. I like tip about using hairspray on marker on walls!

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  38. I like to add vinegar to my laundry. It keeps clothes bright and fresh smelling and acts as a fabric softener.

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  39. I use old toothbrushes to get into cracks and crevices when cleaning :)

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  40. I scrub with baking soda to get dirt off of walls good for getting off grease on the stove too.

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  41. Mine is to leave bleach in the sink overnight to make sure everything gets clean

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  42. Pick one room per week and give it a thorough cleaning and go through all your rooms like this.

    Jeff

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  43. When i clean my carpets i put in a bit of fabric softener to stop the static.

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  44. I like to clean the kitchen sink with lemons and boil a pot of water with 1 tbls vanilla extract and some orange peel for a nice fragrance

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  45. I need to get me one! We could use one for the boys room as it is stinky in there! haha

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  46. I clean from the bottom of the house one room at a time to the top

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  47. I love the hairspray one to use on walls with marker! I have young twins so that'll definitely come in handy

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  48. I try to do one load of laundry every day. Sometimes its a pain and sometimes there isn't much in the load but the constant of one load a day seems to keep the hamper pretty empty and the drawers/closets pretty full.

    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  49. Ditch the Dust is my favorite. We live in Colorado, right between the desert and the mountains, so we get a LOT of dust. Not only that, but we have no central air, so no recycling of the air. Everything is covered in dust all the time. It's horrible. :(

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  50. Use all mis matched socks,great duster and rags.

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  51. For pet urine odors, I buy a neutralizer at a tack store. It is AMAZING! All of the scrubbing and chemicals and how tos did not add up to one application of this product. I can't remember the name of it off of the top of my head.

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  52. i like the ditch the dust tip. im constantly cleaning up dust and i feel like i just have to breathe and let it go

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  53. I could really use this in my grandson's room............with two dogs!

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  54. My cleaning tip is to use the vacuum cleaner for 90% of the floor, then send the kids out with dust mops! Gets the floor clean and keeps them out from underfoot!

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  55. Air pollution in the home can take numerous forms, not every one of them visible.Maybe the most effectively identifiable type of air pollution is mold or mildew in light of the fact that you can plainly see and smell the development and spread of the organisms.Mold and mildew are spores that feast upon moisture, and can develop on pretty much any type of material,including paper,wood,food and upholstery.@Janet Parker.

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  56. Hi,
    This is a great review. This is a very good product. This help us to air cleaned up. They are able to remove bacteria, viruses and any other threatening particles, pretty much all.

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  57. I have 2 of these & one of the tabletop version. I love every single one. I have a fur baby & a kid with asthma so this is a must have. You can actually feel the cleaner air & I no longer have to dust my house every week. The replacement filters are actually pretty affordable too. They are completely worth it.

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  58. Hy
    Its a nice article.I think its a great review.I need one of them in my house.Thanks for sharng this article with us.

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