Beekman's TS Fabric Freshener vs Odor Eliminator?
Does anyone know the difference between the Today’s Special and the other Beekman product called Odor Eliminator? I haven’t heard them compare the two. I have the Odor Eliminator and it works well, but if anyone has both products, I’m curious what the difference is. Maybe the fine mist vs spray?
I need help !!! just received the TS Fabric freshener and the sprayer part doesn’t seem to want to on. Does it fit snug or just sit on top ? I am glad I tested the bottle with out liquid in it.
I do not really care for the Sweet grass, I have breathing problems and it is a little too herbal for me.
Any one want to comment on the other smells ? How is citrus ?
Can anyone comment on the scents. I am not sure which one to order. Thanks.
The Beekmans have two different odor eliminators. One is for the laundry to put fragrance back that the soap removes or to block odors. The other one is a liquid in a spray bottle that you would use to remove odors in a room. The TS is to freshen up fabrics. It’s like febreeze but plant based. Hope that I helped you.
The product I have is the 2 pack of the spray bottle Odor Eliminator, but I realized there is a laundry product with a similar name. I’m looking for a comparison on item 621-998 and the TS. I rewatched the HSN video for that item and still can’t figure out if there is a significant difference (they show the Odor Eliminator doing the same things as the TS from spraying the air to fabrics). I did manage to dig up a list of ingredients for the Odor Eliminator spray on Beekman’s website, but the TS product is not on their website. The TS is a great value, but if they’re essentially the same thing I don’t really need to double up.
Why aren’t the ingredients listed in the item descriptions?
Further just because something is plant derived does not mean it is safe for babies and animals!!!!!!!
I agree. I love Beekman products but can’t use the skincare/hair-care products which contain caffeine so I am careful to read labels now. I will not be purchasing the TS because the list of ingredients is not available to us. Some plant based ingredients can be toxic to my kitties! It would probably be ok in a fine mist spray but since a couple of my kitties have allergies I will pass. I am mindful of what kitty litter I use and the cleaners and and air-refreshers. I have re-landscaped and removed plants known to be toxic to cats and dogs. Usually, plants are not a problem with cats – they seem to instinctively know to stay away, but dogs, especially puppies chew on many things they shouldn’t. Houseplants, on the other hand beg the kitties to chew on them and are highly toxic. If anyone is interested, a good nursery usually will supply you with a list of all plants known to be toxic when requested. Also there are lists available on the internet from reliable sources.
Please, HSN, provide the list of ingredients for your customers. If certain plants are toxic, then their oils can also be toxic and it is important for us to have that information so we can make the right choices.
The TS is for spraying on fabrics or throughout the air to remove orders. They also have the odor eliminator which you use with the laundry soap as an extra odor remover / scent booster in your washing machine. Hope this helps!
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02.03.19 12:55 AM