That no company (yet) has embedded an air freshener in a furnace air filter.
My wife if company is coming and the house smells like last nights dinner sprays
air freshener or perfume on the furnace filter before they arrive.
Even in summer, she just turns on the fan.
firstname.lastname@example.org (in email@example.com)
| HEY, if that happens consider yourself lucky, my home smells like
| cheap perfume, with a hint of burnt cabbage.
Hmm. Perhaps you should be giving her better perfume. :-)
DeSoto, Iowa USA
Reminds me of a story my stepdad told me. His first wife told him that
she would be good in one room of the house. Kitchen, living room,
bathroom, bedroom. They went out a lot and hired a maid.
On Sat, 14 Jan 2006 10:46:55 -0800, with neither quill nor qualm,
firstname.lastname@example.org quickly quoth:
Since I'm a bachelor, I can get away with a drop or two of my Old
Spice after shave lotion on the bag. Another way is with a few drops
of essential oil (lemon, lavender, whatever ya got) in an old, rinsed
Febreeze bottle filled with water. 20 drops makes a quart of nice,
non-chemical air freshener which doesn't leave a buildup on furniture,
clothes, floors, or carpets.
Never attempt to traverse a chasm in two leaps
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