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Asda Cottonflower & Waterlilly Glass Gel Air Fresh

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Brand: Asda / Product Type: Air Freshener

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      11.10.2008 20:32
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      Buy a different gel or just stick with the spray version.

      This is a gel air freshener comes in at 7x7cm in height and width with a maximum depth of 2cm. The depth tapers to 1cm at the top, as the bottom is wider to enable it to stand more securely (not a great deal more securely in my experience). The gel is a dark blue/sea green colour set in an almost flower shaped glass case (think square with rounded corners and sides pinched inwards). It is much more attractive to look at than traditional white plastic grid encased gels. However, it is much less efficient. I have placed this gel air freshener in 'the smallest room' and the fragrance is barely noticeable. It certainly does not cover any unsavoury whiffs that might emanate from said 'smallest room' from time-to-time. I have to have the gel about 10cm from my nose in order to smell it enough to describe the fragrance.

      The scent is definitely floral and I can recognise a hint of lily. I'm not sure what cottonflower actually smells like so I'll just say that this gel has a floral rather than fruity or pine scent. It is a pleasant smell, it just isn't strong enough to fragrance even the smallest of rooms.

      I bought three of these gels, one for each bathroom, but shall not bother again. I like the house to smell of one fragrance so I generally buy spray air fresheners, plug ins and scented candles with the same scent. These gels, however, have been a waste of £1.19 each and I have had to resort to spraying the canister air freshener version of this fragrance much more regularly than I would have done with other gel air fresheners.

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