Learn more about scenting your space with linen spray

Use linen sprays to freshen bed linens and pillows, add an extra aromatic layer to therapy packs, or create a spa-like feel on towels and bathrobes. It efficiently refreshes clothing, enhances the scent of curtains and upholstered furniture, and acts as a compact freshener for smaller spaces like bathrooms and cars.

Learn more about scenting your home.


How to use room spray?

Room spray (also called linen spray) is a great way to incorporate aromatherapy in your life. A spritz of our Lavender + Cedar Linen Spray on bed linens, pillows, and towels creates a soothing spa experience as you wind down for bed. Stash a 1 oz mini in your purse too - a couple sprays are all you need for a midday pick-me-up.


How long does room spray last?

The longevity of a room spray can depend on various factors including the formula, room size, and frequency of use.

Typically, the scent from a room spray may last anywhere from a few minutes to several hours. Factors such as room ventilation, other competing odors, and the concentration of the fragrance in the product can all influence duration. It's also pertinent to note that continuous use of a particular scent may cause olfactory fatigue, making it seem like the scent has disappeared when it's still present. Therefore, the perceptible longevity might vary between users and contexts.


What is linen spray used for?

Linen spray is used to refresh and add a pleasant scent to fabrics and rooms. It's commonly sprayed on bed linens, towels, curtains, and fabric-covered furniture to impart a fresh aroma and create a welcoming environment.

Some linen sprays also contain essential oils that can promote relaxation or invigorate the senses, depending on the chosen fragrance. Additionally, it can be used to freshen up clothing items or any fabric accessories. Aside from its aromatic properties, linen spray may also serve a functional purpose in reducing static on fabrics and can sometimes offer minor antibacterial properties, depending on its ingredients.

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