Keep Your Kitchen Smelling Fresh

Posted by JMom | Tuesday, October 21, 2008 | , | 0 comments »

Ts_version_2When we first got these TriScents air fresheners, we started in the kitchen. After all, the kitchen is the culprit of many a strange smells in our home. Sure, when you're hungry, any smell that emanates from the kitchen smells good. But if you've ever walked back in the house after a delicious dinner of fried chicken of fried fish, all that's left in the air is the unpleasant aroma of grease. That's not good. Actually, it can be a huge turn off. I don't know about you, but when I've walked into homes where there are still cooking smells hanging around, I am always inclined to think unfavorably of the home owner.

So I'm really careful about not letting any cooking aromas linger longer than their appetizing moment. When that's passed, I'd like the cooking smells gone too. These Renuzit TriScents are the kind that you plug into the wall. It comes with three scents in three separate containers. You can rotate the scent that is released or you can use them up one at a time. You can also adjust the intensity of scent to be released. The one we have in the kitchen is cranked up to maximum but we have one in each of the bathrooms that is on a lower setting.

We loved our TriScents and have since bought re-fills to keep the sweet smells going. Each refill, even cranked up to maximum lasted a little over thirty days. I like these so much better than the aerosol sprays. They last longer, and you don't have to be sprayed with the scent. I have my own perfume, thank you.

If you'd like to try these out, visit and print out a coupon for a started kit. I think you'll enjoy them in your home too.