air freshener


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air′ fresh`ener


n.
an aerosol spray, liquid deodorizer, or other preparation used to remove odors and freshen the air in a room.
[1945–50]
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Sealed quotations are invited for the supply & maintenance of 40 nos air freshener dispenser on behalf of airports authority of india, calicut international airport.
Sharon said: "I put the air freshener in the back seat, lit a cigarette, turned the engine on then.
THE FOOD and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning against six air fresheners being sold in the market, saying these may be hazardous to health.
A spokesperson for Greggs said: "Whether you are top to toe in tailbacks or just can't wait to see those faces, our new mince pie car air freshener will make driving home for Christmas an extra special start to the final countdown to the big day.
1 spot in US market share, in units sold, for automotive air fresheners with its Refresh Your Car
Unlike other air fresheners, Neutradol breaks down odour molecules, killing the most persistent smells and replacing them with fresh air.
3 September 2015 - US-based private equity firm Trivest Partners' HandStands affiliate has acquired US-based air freshener company California Scents from its co-founder and owner Linda Doppes, the firm said.
To curb these health concerns, air freshener manufacturers in the US have been increasing their focus on developing organic variants containing natural fragrances and green ingredients.
air freshener market that will grow at a compound annual rate of 1.
We felt the automotive air freshener category hadn't seen much real innovation the past few years, and saw an opportunity to wake up the space," says Jody LaLone, president.
Dear EarthTalk: I've heard that many air fresheners contain toxic chemicals.
Lavender Breeze air freshener With an overpowering fragrance, just one or two sprays of this is enough to refresh your home.