Recently when a package arrived in the mail, Fiddledaddy asked me what it was. “I’m doing a review for a company that makes your refrigerator smell nice.”
“Is it a pamphlet on how to actually CLEAN your refrigerator?”
Oransi is a company that develops green cleaning products such as air purifiers. The product that I received is an air purifier designed to eliminate food odors, kill bacteria, reduce food spoilage, and prevent mildew. All within the confines of my refrigerator. Which frankly, is a tall order.
Given my refrigerator cleaning phobia and all.
This refrigerator purifier takes up no more room than a pint sized carton of creamer. It cycles on and off so that you only have to change the 2 AA batteries about once every 90 days.
I don’t know about you, but I often times have a number of science experiments germinating in the bowels of the vegetable drawer at any given time. And we’re not even doing school.
Things have improved with my use of a roll of masking tape and magic marker to label and date the tupperware housing the leftovers. But still. I am a huge fan of fresh garlic and onions, and the two aromas seldom co-exist well in the refrigerator.
Now every time I open the refrigerator door, I’m greeted with, well, nothing that will irritate my heightened olfactory senses.
If you’d like to have an Oransi Ionic Air Purifier for your refrigerator, all you have to do is visit their website, and come back here and tell me in the comments on this post, which green home product from Oransi would most interest you?
• You must answer the prompt given.
• One entry per household.
• Open to residents of the USA only, and no P.O. Boxes.
• Winners will be selected via random draw, and will notified by e-mail.
• You have 48 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
I will leave comments open until Sunday, July 1st, at 9:00 PM, EST.
~Disclaimer: I received no compensation for this review, other than the actual product itself. The thoughts expressed in this post are my very own.
Post Note: The winner of the Oransi Refrigerator Air Purifier was #11, Karen!