Movie Night & Febreeze Noseblind Test {Giveaway)

<img src="image.gif" alt="febreeze gift pack giveaway/> There are many things about our senses that can bring up special memories for us!  The combination of  home and smell can be proof of this.  Remember what Grandma’s house smelled like?  Maybe it was something always baking,  the scent of her perfume,  or something else entirely.  We all want our homes to smell good, we want people to remember the smells associated with our homes and think back fondly on the time they spent there.

Having our homes smell good can be a struggle when we have babies, kids, pets, and messes!  And sometimes we THINK they smell OK, because we have actually adjusted to the smells!  Febreeze says this is Nose BlindYou know, when you walk in the door and smell the trash needs to be taken out but after a little while in the house you forget about it!  You have actually adjusted to the smell!

Recently I had some girlfriends over for a movie night with popcorn, and to take the noseblind test!   We had so much fun!  We took several surveys throughout the night about the smells in my house (oh, my-hope they said good things:))  The house started off smelling like pizza (we had pizza delivered early in the evening) After we made the popcorn we took a survey and of course everyone smelled popcorn!  Popcorn has a very strong smell (especially the butter kind) and you know exactly when someone is making it!

<img src="image.gif" alt="febreeze gift pack giveaway/> At the end of the movie popcorn was still in the air but only lightly!  Then I was able to bring out some of the goodies from Febreeze and when we  took the last survey all we could smell was sweet scents of febreeze.  Really, this worked!  After I sprayed the Febreze Air Effects and lit the Febreze Candle there was not one hint of popcorn or the pizza we had for dinner!  Febreeze didn’t just mask the odors either, they were gone!!

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You will have to take the Febreze Noseblind Test for yourself!,  it was loads of fun and educational as well!

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. – See more at:

Here is how you can connect with Febreeze:

Febreze Noseblind site

Febreze Twitter Page

Febreze Facebook Page

Giveaway: 1 reader of Angela’s Analysis will win a gift pack from Febreeze.  It contains:

1 Febreze Air Effects

1 Febreze Fabric Refresher

1 Febreze Noticeables with refill

1 Febreze Candle

$60 American Express gift card

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This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine!

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. – See more at:

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. – See more at:
This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. – See more at:
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  1. Marti Tabora says

    I don’t think I am ever noseblind because I have a very sensitive sense of smell, I am always smelling things that other people can’t smell. My family thinks I’m crazy, but I can’t help it.

  2. Sue Ellison says

    I seem to smell things that no one else in the family notices, but after a couple of hours I do become noseblind to the candles and wax I burn.

  3. Mary Beth Elderton says

    Even though I do have a pretty sensitive nose, I am nose blind. I know this when I leave my home, then re-enter and notice cooking smells that I had gotten used to before leaving the house.

  4. McKim says

    Yes. Once in awhile I’ll go into the house after being somewhere, and I’ll think – whoa……did it smell like that when I left??

  5. Michelle Weaver says

    I think so. When I first walk into my home I can smell a musty smell, but then after a while I don’t notice it.

  6. Kayla says

    I’ve been noseblind to the trash smell before! I come into the house and really notice it!

  7. alyce poalillo says

    Yes I know I am nose blind when it comes to the cat litter odors in my house. With so many cats I have just gotten used to it over the years.

  8. Geoff K says

    I’m pretty sure I’m noseblind to the lingering smells from all the spices we tend to use when we cook!

  9. Rebecca Parsons says

    I’m sure I am I have three dogs and 1 cat and I am sure they probably smell lol

  10. Tari Lawson says

    I do have allergies so sometimes I don’t realize odors are as strong as they are.

  11. Christina G. says

    Yes, I’m often noseblind about my cats’ litter box odor. Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Debbi Wellenstein says

    If I am exposed to a smell over a length of time, yes, I become noseblind.

  13. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    I do not know if I have it but my son does to his own room.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  14. Crystal F says

    I think I probably am. We’ve had a new puppy for a few months and I no longer smell her puppy smell. thank you!

  15. Meghan Malicoat says

    I do think I am noseblind. I live in a smoking household but I don’t even notice the smell of smoke anymore.

  16. Jennifer Rogers says

    Yes, I know I am Nosenlind to pet odors and things we have cooked. When we leave the house and then come back in we can smell the odors!

  17. Sarah Hirsch says

    i might be, because after a long walk if i have started to ‘glisten’ just a little bit i never think i smell

  18. Connie Lee says

    Yes, I think so. After you get use to smells in your home, you just don’t smell them as much.

  19. Gina M says

    I think I am noseblind to the smells of my 2 dogs.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  20. Tracy Robertson says

    Since I smoke, sometimes I get noesblind to cigarette smoke, but my nose seems to be super-keen when it comes to other odors.

  21. Nancy says

    I might be noseblind to vegetable cooking smells. I don’t mind the smell of cooked cauliflower, while my husband doesn’t like the smell.

  22. Tee Trimble says

    Oh, definitely to the pup. I smelled him all the time when he was new – but now I don’t notice it.

  23. Em Mahr says

    I hope I’m not noseblind – but I live in a house full of boys and 2 dogs – so it’s possible that I have smells lurking in my home.

  24. Joni Mason says

    I was noseblind to the musty smell in my home! We had some loose duct work under the air vent in the living room and, even though it’s been repaired the musty odor still lingered. I noticed that when I have left my home for severlal days and returned and opened the door I could really smell it then!

  25. victoria lynch says

    I think I am to my daughter’s nailpolish. She does her nails everyday, always changes the color.

  26. Danielle says

    I am sure that I am noseblind. We have a dog and we can never seem to keep him smelling clean all the time

  27. Deb Christie says

    I am sure I have been, more than once. I think anyone has been when they live somewhere for any length of time.

  28. richelle bowers says

    yes I do….im always home. I don’t notice if something smells until I leave the house and come home

  29. Raine says

    I’m noseblind to animal smells. Working in an animal shelter can be gagging, I remember years ago when I started it was terrible. Now it’s ‘normal’ to me, people that smell my coworkers and I after work can’t believe it, we’re definitely noseblind.

  30. Jill Myrick says

    Yes, I’m sure that I am probably noseblind to my indoor pets or some of our cooking odors such as onions and garlic.


  31. Christina Sparks says

    Yes, I believe so. My husband will mention a smell and I can’t smell it at all. Like grease smells in the kitchen.

  32. Tiffany Hearn says

    Yes! My husband smokes and I don’t usually smell it. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  33. Shirley Hicks says

    NO…don’t think im noseblind…I smell everything,im always saying something and Im always spraying my febreeze!!

  34. Tara Woods says

    I’m not usually noseblind. In fact, I smell scents at home, that no one else in the family does.

  35. Katherine Newton says

    I’m sure I’m nose blind…with three boys under the age of 6 and 2 dogs….haha. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  36. Jaclyn Reynolds says

    Yes! I’m a stay at home mom so I think I’ve very used to the smells of the house, good and bad!

  37. Laurie Emerson says

    I think I am. I love the smell of liver and onions when I am cooking but the rest of the family always complains.

  38. Trisha McKee says

    Definitely am noseblind . I have three bulldogs and I’m so accustomed to being around them, I don’t smell the dog smell.

  39. Brian E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we have been guilty of “noseblindness” on occasion, especially cooking odors that lingered until the next day.

  40. Jammie says

    When I smoked I was noseblind all the time, now that I don’t smoke I am not as noseblind but I know I am to our dogs.


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