Sep 21, 2010

Fishy Business

Our landlord/upstairs neighbors, like to cook fish. Last week it smelled up our whole apartment! I'm not a fan of fishy foods, or fishy smells. I ate a tuna-fish sandwich for the first time this year, and that was kinda pushing the comfort limits. The reason I bring this up, is... I'm looking for some advice here ladies.. I've tried this...

And the very popular..

It smelled GREAT for a few hours, then the scent died off..

So I went and tried the real deal, Old Fashion candles. The scent is amazing, but not strong at all. Its Ginger Peach from Pier-1.
Where do I go from here? I need a strong,delicious smelling candle to rid the fish smell from the house. I've heard about Gold Canyon candles, and Salt City.. Any advice would be GREAT!!!!

Love you all, Chels

1 comment:

  1. Ask her to stop? lol
    Fish doesn't bother me, except when my grandma and grandpa have been eating sardines. I go immediately to my room if that smell hits my nose when I get home.
    I'm not going to be much help here. I have a little blue candle that is supposed to "absorb" smells even if you don't burn it. It doesn't smell and I haven't had to test it out. I don't remember the brand, but I think I did get it at Bed Bath and Beyond.