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  • Altia Vance

    "Monster Spray" when kids have nightmares. Spray it under the bed, in closets, all the places monsters might hide. Kids love it, and the scent will comfort til they fall asleep. What a great idea!

  • Sarah Lane

    Great idea! From another pinner: My Dad used to come to our rooms armed with "Monster Spray" when we had nightmares. He sprayed it under the bed, in my shoes, all the places monsters might hide. I loved it, the scent comforted me til I fell asleep. I could have used this as a kid!

  • Lucy M

    Cool idea: "My Dad used to come to our rooms armed with "Monster Spray" when we had nightmares. He sprayed it under the bed, in my shoes, all the places monsters might hide. I loved it, the scent comforted me til I fell asleep." what a great idea! Use a great smelling air freshener!

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