Say Farewell to Sports Odors with Febreze Fabric Refresher

Kids’ activities can be rough for us. Between schlepping our girls from acrobatics lessons to swim team practice, their clothes (and my car) can start smelling pretty bad, no matter how many times I toss their towels and uniforms in the washer.

I don’t know how moms whose kids do ALL THE ACTIVITIES do it.

With summertime here, between sporting events and youth camps, our kids are spending even more time outside and being active. It’s a good thing Febreze Fabric Refresher helps us keep the smells OUTSIDE and the fresh ones INSIDE.

Whether your kids are active in baseball, swimming, dancing, martial arts, hockey, football, basketball, gymnastics, fishing, or hunting, Febreze Fabric Refresher is absolutely for you.

I spray it in our entry way, in the back of my SUV, in my kids’ shoes, and even in my OWN gym bag.

Playing sports are as important to childhood as riding bikes, ice cream, and fuzzy blankets. However, the strong odors that can accumulate on the equipment, uniforms, and clothes can begin to stink. With Febreze Fabric Refresher, parents can avoid the smells that come with their children’s sports and hobby equipment in the homes and on the road.

Febreze Fabric Refresher allows you to spritz away and instantly clean fabric odors. The FABRIC OdorClear Technology cleans away odors in two simple ways: it seeks out tough odors and then cleans them by deactivating and replacing them with a light, fresh scent.

It’s simple to use!

Before and after the sporting event, spray Febreze Fabric Refresher on your child’s uniform, sneakers, and gear until they are completely damp to effectively and safely clean away those stinky smells.

Summertime and childhood is short and sacred. The last thing you should be worrying about are stinky smells and, instead, enjoying family time.


This blog post was sponsored by Febreze. All opinions are my own.


    1 Comment on Say Farewell to Sports Odors with Febreze Fabric Refresher

    1. Emily
      June 18, 2019 at 11:07 am (3 years ago)

      I’ve never thought to leave this in the car. Game changer!


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