Homecourt's new room spray works to neutralize odors at the molecular level, all while filling the desired space with a rich, fragrant scent. Similar to the brand's other products, the Room Deodorants have aromatic qualities built into their DNA, with staple fragrances that range from a rosewater-infused smell to a crisp neroli leaf blend and Cox's personal favorite, the Cece Room Deodorant ($45), which features notes of sweet cardamom, cedarwood smoke, cinnamon, and white leather.
"It goes in any room, it doesn't matter, but obviously the bathroom's a great place," Cox says. "It neutralizes bad odors. It's not just something that covers things up, and it actually works. Whether that's in your kitchen where you smell something that you don't love or [you're] in the gym, you could use it anywhere. . . . Just use your imagination. It works. In every room, it works."
Speaking from personal experience, it's also incredibly easy to use. Per the Homecourt website, users can simply spray the Room Deodorant in the air — two to three spritzes are ideal — while keeping a distance of at least 8-10 inches from surfaces or walls. The product promises a rich, long-lasting fragrance that holds its smell. I've tested the spray in my bedroom, kitchen, and home gym, and have noticed that each space not only smells infinitely better, but also feels fresher, too. Best of all, the room spray is contained in a 100 percent post-consumer recycled bottle with a reusable pump, so I can reuse or recycle the product once I'm finished with it, too.