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Q: A Chinese Febreze?

Before I go out and drop a ridiculous amount of money on an imported bottle, I was curious if there is a good Chinese de-oderizer out there...

10 years 10 weeks ago in  Housing - China

 
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You can find the Chinese version of Glade sprays in most bigger stores in 1st tier cites for a reasonable price.
I have yet to find Fabreeze here.

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I bought Febreze here .... got it at Walmart . But I couldn't find the actual air freshener so I bought the fabric freshener that's really more for spraying furniture , carpets , etc 

Works just the same though smiley

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