Febreeze Home


#1

So I stumbled upon this LOL

you just can’t make this stuff up

how would you integrate this into your home?

https://www.febrezehome.com/


(Never Trust @bamarayne) #2

Until it can tell when I’ve taken a dump or failed to take a shower and freshen it up, this is useless.


(I got a hair cut from Alexa) #3

Ok the Febreze thing is Thread enabled…and I know Samsung has Thread stuff with ARTIK…but that’s as far as I can think until I get one to play with. :slight_smile:


#4

how would one measure the “stinkiness” of a room? :slight_smile:


#5

A methane detector? :mask:


(I got a hair cut from Alexa) #6

If I wanted to measure stinkiness in a home I would start by detecting organics that have a sulfur atom…and maybe organic acids.


(I got a hair cut from Alexa) #7

Methane doesn’t smell…though impurities along with it might. :wink:


#8

Mythbusters had an episode on that. They checked toothbrushes that were near the toilet, looking for “poop” particulates.


(Ben W) #9

I would. Having a large hairy dog (who got sprayed by a skunk once) I Febreze my house weekly. It really keeps the dog smell at bay. When selling out old house the new owners didn’t realize we had a dog.

Its probably just releasing fragrance when you are “Home” and not wasting it when you are “Away”. Depending on the price you could just probably plug a “dumb” scent thing into a smart outlet and do the same thing.

edit: $79 dollars! Smart outlet is much better idea.

It does “sync” with your hvac so you could get better coverage if you place it next to a vent