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Australian mum reveals Fluffy tumble dryer sheets leaves car smelling ‘fresh’ for six months

Mother reveals the $6.70 product she swears by for leaving her car smelling ‘fresh’ and ‘beautiful for six months

  • A mother has shared a $6.70 product she uses to keep her car smelling ‘fresh’ 
  • The Australian woman uses a box of Fluffy ‘field flowers’ tumble dryer sheets
  • She placed the box on the backseat of the car to mask any bad scents

A mother has shared a $6.70 product she swears by for keeping her car smelling ‘fresh’ and ‘beautiful’ for up to six months.

The Australian woman said she uses a box of Fluffy ‘field flowers’ tumble dryer sheets on the backseat of the car to mask any bad scents.

‘I use them to make my car smell nice,’ she wrote in a Facebook group.

‘You just open the pack and leave them on the backseat or on the floor where little hands can’t get them – and the fresh smell will just flow through your car all the time.

‘The box cost me about $6 but so worth it – with three sweaty boys, car can smell like a tip some days. But this works so well and I only need a new box every six months.’

A mother has shared a $6.70 product she swears by for keeping her car smelling ‘fresh’ and ‘beautiful’ for up to six months (stock image)

The woman said she uses a box of Fluffy 'field flowers' tumble dryer sheets (pictured) on the backseat of the car to mask any bad scents

The woman said she uses a box of Fluffy ‘field flowers’ tumble dryer sheets (pictured) on the backseat of the car to mask any bad scents

The woman said she was delighted to get her hands on a box after struggling ‘for a while’ to find the product in stores.

She explained that they’re very easy to use and urged others to give them a go because they work every time without fail. 

Dozens of shoppers were amazed with her recommendation, with many saying they were keen to try out the product themselves. 

The sheets offers a long lasting fragrance so shoppers can add the sheets anywhere, including car interiors, drawers, linen closets, suitcases, gym bags and rubbish bins.

The sheets are sold at supermarket stores such as Coles and Woolworths.

The trick comes after a woman shared her 'natural' trick for a beautiful-smelling car, which involves soaking a wooden peg in fragrance oil and clipping it on to the air conditioning vent

The trick comes after a woman shared her ‘natural’ trick for a beautiful-smelling car, which involves soaking a wooden peg in fragrance oil and clipping it on to the air conditioning vent 

The simple trick comes after a woman shared her ‘natural’ trick for a beautiful-smelling car, which involves soaking a wooden peg in fragrance oil and clipping it on to the air conditioning vent.

‘Buy cheap wooden pegs. Add your favourite essential oils to it – oil will soak into the wood – and clip onto vents. [It will create a] longer lasting smell in your car or home,’ she wrote in a Facebook group.

But she warned: ‘Do not put too much oil onto the peg as drips may affect the car’s interior.’

Many people seemed impressed by the ‘natural’ car deodorising trick, while others warned the oil could damage the plastic air vents.



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