Tackle Bathroom Odor
There’ll be plenty of traffic in and out of the powder room closest to the television. To keep it tolerable for everyone, consider a motion-sensing air freshener. It detects when someone enters the room and spritzes a refreshing burst of fragrance to eliminate unpleasant odors.
Sip with Sophistication
Don’t hand out cold cans, dude. That’s just lame. This year, get a professional-style beer tap, like the Krups B100 Beertender, which sells for around $300. It’ll keep beer fresh and crisp all day long, plus a release of Co2 allows for a foamy head o’ brew, pub style. Guests will get a kick out of helping themselves.
Home Turf for Plates and Cups
Buy some plain white serving bowls and use electrical tape to stripe them in your favorite team’s colors. Or pick up a piece of AstroTurf-like carpeting – there are lots of remnants available in home centers – and cut out circles for coasters and rectangles for placemats.
Keep Kids Entertained
Don’t forget games and entertainment for halftime, especially if you’ve got an event that’s family-friendly. You can have a trivia game based on past Super Bowls. Or you can use a football as a “hot potato” -- pass it in a circle while the music plays, and when the music stops, whoever is holding the football is out.
Chill Out with Perfectly Cooled Wine
Beer might be a traditional choice for a big game beverage, but this year, why not branch out? The wine enthusiasts in your circle will surely appreciate a nice selection of whites and reds – all at just the right temperature. Haier’s WC200GS 48-bottle wine cellar, chosen as a “Best Buy” by a leading consumer publication, makes it possible. This built-in, under-counter unit blends in seamlessly with cabinetry and has a flexible divider for dual zones. And electronic temperature controls not only ensure that your wine is always ready to serve, but also protects your investment in your collection by maintaining quality and providing the environment for proper aging.