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Monday, April 6, 2009

File under "Dumbest Thing I've Ever Seen"

Paint SCENTsations is a fragrant paint additive which promises to eliminate unpleasant odors for 4-12 months depending on the size of the room. The six scents include "Sea Breeze," "Citrus Squeeze," "Fresh Air," "Clean & Crisp," "Herbal Mist," and - wait for it - "Vanilla Bean."

Marketed to property managers, hospitals, schools, and interior designers (?), Paint SCENTsations recommends 1 ounce be added per gallon of paint and is sold in 1 oz. packets ($3.49) and 10 oz. bottles ($29.95).

[Now Smell This]

9 comments:

Awesome Sara said...

i think i'm already addicted to paint and now it comes in flavors. oo let me kill my brain cells faster

only a movie said...

I have not been a fan of vanilla scented anything since Love's Baby Soft added a vanilla flavored perfume to their line in 1979.

drollgirl said...

ohfertheloveofgod.

Robin said...

"And they'll never taste the cyanide if we mix it with kool-aid."

Debi said...

If you have to use scented paint in your home - I am thinking you might just have a larger problem you need to address...

erin@designcrisis said...

Seriously, just clean up the cat piss and move on, people.

Designers' Brew said...

I love the smell of fresh paint in the morning!

karly / design-crisis.com said...

Actually the second dumbest thing I've ever seen (smelled?) A couple of years ago some company came out with scented "CDs" they played in a special boom box type machine that emitted scents along with their corresponding sounds in nature. Not even sure if it ever hit the market. I'll try to dig it up

i know everything said...

hey all you smart people, drywall absorbs odors, this product might be a good way eliminate them. My buddy works in the property mamagement industry and hes going to try it.