Dorm Room and Class Room Odor -Eliminate stale and musty dorm room and fridge odor

Eliminate odors in closets, hamper, fridge

Dorm rooms can be pretty pungent.  Shared rooms and bathrooms usually mean smelly rooms and bathrooms.  Problem areas such as closets, hampers, under sinks and especially dorm room refrigerators can produce pretty bad odors.   One product category that is very popular this time of year is odor eliminators and air fresheners for the college student dorms.  Most air fresheners however rely on scented perfumes and fragrances to cover up smells.    THERE IS A BETTER WAY.

I have a college student and I know from experience that college dorm rooms can get pretty pungent.   There are the particularly rancid  refrigerator smells, but also unwanted odor from the closet, drawer and hamper – all contributing to a “not so great” smell.     Even some roommates that insist on hanging their workout clothes on a stretched out line across the room can add some interesting smells to the room.

I know that dorm room odors can be a real problem.   The good news is that there is also a great way to eliminate these odors AND  without adding fragrances and chemicals that just cover up the problem.    More common then you think, many people are also sensitive to fragrances and to the chemicals in many of the scented air fresheners on the market. Students across the country have discovered the secret of natural, eco-friendly activated charcoal.  Now, you and your student can score an A+ for eliminating the musty, pungent and mal-odors often found in dorm rooms.   Not to suggest that all college kids have smelly rooms, but speaking from experience, smelly dorm room refrigerators, musty closets, dresser drawers and bathroom sinks can be pretty bad.

Our readers agree We also hear from our web site and blog reader comments that college room and dorm odors are a real problem, coming from the mini refrigerator to musty closets and storage.    Innofresh and Fridge IT activated carbon odor absorbers are the A + answer for every student.  Don’t spend money on expensive air purifiers.

“My roommate never cleaned out his stuff from the refrigerator and it always smelled……then I put (FRIDGE IT) in the fridge and no more odor.  Thank you”
— Roger
“My son’s dorm room really stinks and the smell was coming from the closet.   I sent him a care package with your product  (Innofresh Footwear/Closet) odor absorber and when I last visited, it really works.”
— Karen

FRIDGE IT activated charcoal odor absorbers are great for the worst smelling refrigerators in college dorm rooms.  Just place a couple of these amazingly effective, unscented activated charcoal odor absorbers in the refrigerator or freezer and eliminate the odors for good.

Innofresh Sport
unscented activated charcoal odor eliminators are also the perfect solution for smelly, musty closets, drawers and hampers.   Hang, clip or place a couple of these powerful odor absorbers in dorm closets and drawers for relief from smelly “Dorm Odors”.   Very Popular!!

Visit our web site at www.innofresh.com to learn more about our products and convenient online shopping. And Fast Ship too! – Your order is important so we make every effort to ship within just 1 – 2 business days at most and now, orders are automatically upgraded to ship PRIORITY U.S. Postal Service for quick delivery.  Just our standard delivery charges apply.

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