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Febreze is a brand of household odor eliminators manufactured by Procter & Gamble. It is sold in North America, Brazil, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

The name “Febreze” comes from the words “fabric” and “breeze.” First introduced in test markets in March 1996, the fabric refresher product has been sold in the United States since June 1998, and the line has since branched out to include air fresheners (Air Effects), plug-in oil (Noticeables), scented disks (Scentstories), odor-eliminating candles, and automotive air fresheners.

According to Febreze instructions, spraying fabrics at a distance of 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm) will eliminate odors. Procter & Gamble does not recommend using Febreze on leather products as it may affect the color. Febreze should not be stored in direct sunlight, high heat, or where it can be reached by children.

There are many types of Febreze branded products. For example, the main Febreze products are air freshener sprays, which are claimed to have a disinfectant effect. There are specialized ones for odor from pets, for cars, and for fabric. Some are aromatic and others are odorless.

Air Effects
Bedroom Mist
Fabric Refresher
Bedding Refresher
Bedroom Diffuser
Bedside Diffuser
CAR Vent Clip
Wax melts
Sleep Serenity

In other countries, there are Febreze products for house dust and toilet facilities.

Veterinary toxicology experts working for the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center consider Febreze fabric freshener products to be safe for use in homes with pet dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and rodents. However, the package labeling indicates that the product is considered not safe around birds, and results from testing with other animals are not indicated.

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