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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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 12, 2019-: Global Air Fresheners Market Astonishing Growth | Procter & Gamble, Beaumont Products, Dabur
On the last two occasions I visited her - she lives about 80 miles away - she had plug-in air fresheners and diffusers installed in her house.
The findings published in the Journal of Marketing Research may lead to food scented air fresheners and room sprays encouraging people to eat more healthily.
Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Markle, recently mocked the Duchess of Sussex over claims that she (https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/meghan-markles-sister-mocks-wanting-13683095) requested air fresheners in St.
The Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) today called on the authorities to introduce laws banning the use of air fresheners that contain harmful chemicals in public places.
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.
Highly recognisable categories such as car air fresheners saw a very positive year in 2015 due to some revamped brands and a strong push towards more effective merchandising practices.
A CAR dealer network is to start handing out air fresheners marked with information about the new ban on smoking while children are in the car.
1 spot in US market share, in units sold, for automotive air fresheners with its Refresh Your Car!, Bahama & Co.
Unlike other air fresheners, Neutradol breaks down odour molecules, killing the most persistent smells and replacing them with fresh air.
California Scents is a leading manufacturer and distributor of home and automotive air fresheners.