This post was sponsored by P&G as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
It feels like this day, the last day of school, was just here and summer just began but already it is time to start getting ready for going back to school.
Both of my girls will be in school this year and that means there will be lots of car pooling, sitting in the drop off / pick-up lines and driving to and from work – all in all just a lot of time spent in the car. I’ve started my back to school shopping already – backpacks, crayons, markers, pencils, notebooks, etc, etc. But there is one thing I like to pick up that you might not think of first when it comes to back to school shopping.
It’s a long drive and often involves snacks and drinks along the way. When you spend that much time in the car there is bound to be some sort of smelling funk that lurches its way through the car. This school year though I’m stocked up on Febreze Car Vent Clips from Costco to help eliminate those funky smells.
I’ve used Febreze inside my home for years and it’s great for getting rid of funky smells all around the house and upholstery. When they came out with Febreze Car Vent Clips I was sold in an instant because of how fresh and clean it helps my home smell.
Many of the car air fresheners scents out there are overwhelming tend to give me a headache but the Febreze Car Vent Clips don’t have that overpowering smell. The clips simply clip to your air vents and give off a pleasantly fresh scent. I always get the Linen and Sky scent, it has fresh and clean and not an overwhelming smell.
When I buy Febreze Car Vent Clips from Costco they come in a 4 pack which lasts 120 days, nearly an entire school year of a fresh smelling car. That’s 120 if I have a guest in my car I’ll never need to worry about having a stink that I’ve become immune to but a guest can smell in an instant.