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Originally Posted by Kathryn
Even if it did, I wouldn't use it. Febreeze is known for killing animals. I personally know 8 people alone that have had dogs, cats, and birds die from using febreeze in the house. Tons of animals have died from it. Febreeze claimed they changed the recipe, but 3 of the 8 people I know used Febreeze after the "change" and the pet still died. It wasn't from improper use either. They used it like they were supposed to.
Originally Posted by KathinJapan
Hi, I live in Japan, but there is a similar product here. My ped.allergist said it helped a tiny bit. BUT you can get the same or better results by spraying with alcohol, rubbing, not the drinking kind. LOL. The way I understood it was the spraying traps some of the airborne dust and it floats down to the floor where you can vac. it up or mop it up or whatever.
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