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Uptown Funk You Out


Do you know a man? I mean a MAN. The kind of guy who has rough hands and when they slide down your silk blouse, they feel so rugged and it it makes you feel like you just want to...  WAIT. Sorry. Where was I?

Ok, so you have a man. And he smells. Bad. And his laundry is funky. Never fear, I am here to tell you about a great product called Funk-Out.

I have written about Funk-Out before and when the good folks there asked me if I would like to try their new improved formula, I said FUNK YEAH! (Disclosure of product gratis.)

We have a rug right inside the back door that captures Husband coming in with his very funky work boots, hosts the kids coming in with whatever athletic footware they want to kick off, and sometimes plays temporary home to the world's stupidest cat (more on him another time). You may not be surprised to hear that this rug is frequently funky. So I was really excited to try the Funk-Out Odor Eliminator Deodorizing Spray.

I just sprayed some of this miracle stuff at the rug. And then nothing. The rug smelled like NOTHING. Girls hit your hallelujah (whoo).




I can't tell you how great it is to have the Funk-Out Odor Eliminator Laundry Concentrate for the many times Husband's laundry starts funky or gets funky because it wasn't dried right away.

And I am hoping to take their word for this and NEVER find out for myself, but the new Funk-Out is supposed to eliminate skunk odor too. I feel so good having this on hand, because the night (I know it's coming) that Husband gets sprayed by a skunk outside the pig pen at 3 a.m. neither of us are going to be in the mood to drive 20 minutes to an all-night pharmacy for supplies.

So check out Funk-Out. You can see my testimonial on the website!

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  4. So, here is the story comes. Last autumn I with my beautiful wife and my prankster son went on camping. All was good before during the second night camping our son tried to prank us with skunk. We all will remember that prank for a long time because of that little stinky thing sprayed as all. Oh, that smell, you can’t describe it and can’t forget it. We rushed to the local store as fast as we can, because that smell is huge! Owner smelled me from almost 20 yards, and when I come beside him, he just said: - Say no more! And gave me Funk-out – the thing you describing here, and it helped, no shit! If only we have some websites like Smart custom writing review, but for cleaning things.

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