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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1 spot in US market share, in units sold, for automotive air fresheners with its Refresh Your Car
Unlike other air fresheners, it breaks down odour molecules killing the most persistent smells and replacing them with fresh air.
Unlike other air fresheners, Neutradol breaks down odour molecules, killing the most persistent smells and replacing them with fresh air.
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.
With air fresheners being available in multiple variants such as plug-ins, aerosol sprays and gels, the air freshener market in the USis riding high, especially among households with infants and pets.
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.
Tony Bestall The air freshener introduced a new concept for adding scents to polymers.
VOCs commonly found in air fresheners include: formaldehyde, petroleum distillates, limonene, esters and alcohols.
Lavender Breeze air freshener With an overpowering fragrance, just one or two sprays of this is enough to refresh your home.
When police arrested the 40-year-old he was found with a hacksaw and the air freshener.
The new Fresh Scents Air Freshener & Antibacterial Deodorant Soap dispenser is an ingenious two-in-one product that helps keep hands clean and rooms smelling fresh.