It’s Almost Here Again – Halloween.
Here’s our favorite decorating idea from last year – Holiday Odor Eliminating Ghosts
It’s always a fun time for us during the Holidays and starting with Halloween, we ask our friends and customers to send in their ideas of how to decorate FRIDGE IT Cubes or Innofresh Activated Charcoal Odor Eliminators for the Holidays. We always get some great ideas and lots of comments. Over the next couple of months, we’ll post some of our favorites and if we post your idea, we’ll send you a free 6 pack of FRIDGE IT cube odor absorbers. So, just send in your ideas with photo as a comment on this blog or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s one of our favorites from last year. This one is called “FRIDGE IT Ghosts”. Just take a FRIDGE IT cube and cover it with a regular facial tissue over the top hook. Draw in a face with a marker – make it scary, cute or anyway you prefer. It’s that easy. Now, just hang in your refrigerator, freezer, near trash, closets, cabinets or where ever you want these fun ghosts to keep those scary odors away.
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