B&M is selling festive Warm Cinnamon Zoflora scent for Christmas 2020 – and fans can’t get enough
B&M is selling a limited edition Warm Cinnamon Zoflora scent for Christmas 2020 and fans can't get enough of the festive flavour.
A shopper posted a picture ofa box of the disinfectant in store yesterday, which B&M shared on its Instagram page.
The scent isn't new, but with the nights drawing in and the winter months approaching, cleaning enthusiasts are loving it.
The spray combines warming cinnamon, cloves and vanilla, and according to the cleaning brand's website, it's energising, uplifting and spicy.
It's said to be similar to the Sparkling Cinnamon Yankee candle and it's safe to say cleaning enthusiasts will be keeping a look out for this one in stores.
Posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group, fans of the product share ways of filling your home with the cosy scent.
One suggests using it to clean the drum of your tumble dryer, while another said they just use it mixed in hot water when mopping the floor.
Another cleaning lover said they put the plug in the kitchen sink and add some of the disinfectant to some warm water over night to leave the room smelling great for the morning.
Other commenters said they spray it on their curtains, sofas and rugs to remove germs and leave it smelling lovely.
Zoflora's Warm Cinnamon flavour can also be bought in TK Maxx, Wilko, and online on the Zoflora website.
Other Zoflora scents for the Christmas season include Spiced Plum, Cranberry and Orange, Winter Morning, Winter Spice, Sparkling Spruce and Festive Fireside.
Zoflora is a concentrated disinfectant that can be used for cleaning all kinds of surfaces around the home, from kitchen counters to radiators and the TV remote.
It kills 99.9% of bacteria, including coronavirus.
Elsewhere, Fabulous shared Zoflora's warning against a common 'dangerous' tip for scenting homes.
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