Product Type: Air Wick in Homeware
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Air Wick Aerosols
Member Name: star3683
Air Wick Aerosols
Advantages: quick and easy to use, great value and fantastic fragrances
Disadvantages: scent does not last long
Air Wick aerosols come in a variety of different scents and are great value and smelling air fresheners to make your home smell fantastic.
The air wick air freshener's come in a 300ml aerosol can with a press top cap which dispenses the air fresher. The spray produced is a very fine mist that disperses quickly in the room to provide a lovely fresh scent.
The container displays the air wick logo on the front as well as a picture relevant to the fragrance. On the back you can find directions for use, cautions to take when using as well as company contact details. The container is also widely recyclable.
~~~~~Directions for Use~~~~~
Instructions for use are much the same for any aerosol air freshener, you are directed to shake the can well before use and to release the spray vertically. You should always be careful not to spray the air freshener directly onto surfaces, if this does occur it is recommended to wipe the surface with a damp cloth.
I always spray the air freshener at arms length as well as it does tend to fall through the air quite quickly and it saves you getting any on your clothing or yourself.
I am currently using the air wick Cashmere and Vanilla which is my favourite flagrance in the range. It has a lovely pleasant sweet smell with a slight floral hint, some people may find it a little too sweet but for me it reminds me so much of white chocolate and smells divine. I have also tried the Lavender and Chamomile which is also great but a little too strong for frequent use.
The air wick range of aerosol fresheners is currently available in the following fragrances:
Cashmere and Vanilla
Lavender and Chamomile
Peach and Jasmine
Mulled wine and Crackling Fire
Magnolia and Cherry Blossom
Green Apple and Water Lily
I will be trying the Mulled Wine and Crackling Fire a little closer to Christmas, as the smell will fill my home with cosy scents associated with the season.
As with any aerosol container the air freshener comes with quite a few cautions of how to use and store. This includes keeping the container away from direct heat, sunlight and electrical equipment. Also ensuring you only use the air freshener in well ventilated rooms and that you ensure you do not come into direct contact with the contents if you suffer from skin related problems.
The cost of a standard 300ml air wick air freshener is approximately £1.40 but my last bottle was from Tesco on offer at £1.00.
The air fresheners are excellent value as you only need a small spray in each room to give a burst of freshness. Therefore the can does last a long time and I only normally buy around 4-6 cans per year.
Air wick aerosol air freshener's are a quick, easy and cheap way to provide a burst of instant freshness to any home. I do also use gel block air fresheners but if you have been cooking or have guests coming over then a quick spray freshens a room instantly and masks any unwanted odours.
Although the smell of the spray does not last very long I think it is still an excellent product and for longer lasting fragrance then a block air freshener or continual spraying one such as automatic electric freshener should be used instead.
So for the price and great fragrances in the range then air wick is a product I will recommend and continue to use.
Summary: a fresh smelling home for a small cost
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