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    Question Fragrance and Cleaning Products

    Hello! I recently had to use some mold-killing spray which contains bleach in my room and I'm suddenly worried I may have damaged my fragrances. All bottles were securely capped and the and door and window were left open to air out the room, but I'm noticing now my Spicebomb seems a little less potent. Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but any input would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Fragrance and Cleaning Products

    Welcome to you jonbalog! Enjoy your time here at Basenotes! I'm sure you're fragrances are fine and unchanged. The smell of bleach can linger for quite a while.
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    You may be smelling the cleaning product that's still lingering in the air along with the Spicebomb? Try the bottle out in another part of the house. I can't realistically see how your bottle could be damaged by you using something to clean your bathroom.
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    You should be fine.

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    Your bottles should be fine but maybe your nose took a hit from the cleaner!!! If so, spicebomb should smell the same next wearing.....

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    Welcome!

    Tending to second the opinions expressed so far that your fragrances should be completely unaffected by this.




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