Spray the Germs Away with the New Ambi Pur Antibac Fabric Spray

The number 1 antibac fabric spray in Japan is finally here in the Philippines, and with just few sprays, it will remove 99.9% of germs and odor on hard-to-wash items like mattress, sheets, carpet, couch, clothes, shoes, toys, car seats, curtains, and just about any fabric you can think of.

To ensure that our home is virus-free, especially during this time of Corona Virus, I sanitize these areas (or items) of my home since these are what’s commonly used, especially by Coco.

I spray on our couch, which might be the dirtiest furniture we have at home.
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The bed, sheets and pillows which may also contain bacteria after 1 week of use.
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Coco’s toys, which can be a breeding ground for virus-causing disease.
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Grocery items, since I placed it in the cart, which can also be a virus-carrier
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The footwear that was used outside, which the virus may have stuck
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And lastly, I spray it whenever we cook, especially when it smells afterwards OR when our neighbor’s dogs give out a stinky odor.

What I love about the new Ambi Pur Antibac Fabric Spray is that I can spray it on anything without it leaving any sticky feels, it has a pleasant smell and it is very affordable, only at Php 249 for every 370ML Bottles.
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It has 4 scents – Anti-bacterial (orange), Downy scent, Blossons & Breeze and Extra Strength (Not in picture).

36 thoughts on “Spray the Germs Away with the New Ambi Pur Antibac Fabric Spray

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  1. This should be an essential piece on the “New Normal” grocery items, apart from the usual disinfectants we purchase prior. The spray mechanism makes disinfection at home a breeze, and Ambi Pur is a trusted brand. I could imagine the scent lingering.

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  2. OMG! I love Ambi Pur din. I didn’t know na may available na po na ganito until I read this post! 🙂 This is perfect especially today during this pandemic when we have to be super extra clean with everything sa bahay lalo na sa groceries na galing sa labas ng bahay. :))

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      1. Soooold. Add to cart!! Super need this right now para ma disinfect ang bagay na galing sa labas. The virus can be anywhere eh so we really have to pay attention to cleanliness.

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  3. This product caught my attention as soon as it started gaining popularity in the country. I like how it not only kills germs but can also be used as a room spay because it contains Downy. Thanks for sharing! I’ll definitely add this to my cart on my next trip to the grocery.

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  4. Oh my God! May Ambi Pur na na antibac fabric spray? Been buying the generic ones from A japanese store.. tied up with Downy pa ngayon! Ayos! I’m definitely gonna try this next time.. sakyo paubos na yung fabric spray ko.

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  5. Oh my God! Meron na din palang antibac fabric spray ang ambipur! Good thing, coz i’ve been buying those generic ones from my favorite japanese store. At tied up pa sa downy ngayon! Even better! I’ll definitely buy this next time, tamang tama paubos na yung fab spray ko.

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  6. I’ve been reading a lot about the role of the microbiome and virome in our immune system. It is okay to be hygienic but it shouldn’t be done excessively (to the point that you become a germophobe).
    In terms of scent, the downy version is good. 🙂

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  7. your house must smell soooo fresh, mamshie! what’s happening now is giving us a new sense if awareness kaya tama talaga ang pagsespray ng antibacterial.

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  8. Wow meron na silang fabric spray.. antibac pa! I’d love to try this! I’ve been using a generic brand that I buy from a japanese store lang.. it’s good that Ambipur, a trusted brand, now has this product. Sobrang useful especially these days… ill surely try it!

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