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ASDA Plug in - Cottonflower and Waterlily Unit

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Brand: Asda / Product Type: Air Freshener

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      11.10.2008 20:52
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      A nice soft scent

      This plug-in air freshener produces a warm orange light at the plug socket and a gentle floral fragrance that fills a room without becoming overpowering. The level of fragrance emitted is easily adjustable using a small slider positioned at the centre of the front of the unit. I generally have mine set towards low during the day and increase it at around teatime when the kids are home and I'm cooking (smelly shoes in the porch are the reason for the increase!). Each fragrance refill is said to last up to 80 days. I switch mine off at night and when no-one is in the house so can eek 90 days out of one refill. It is very important to keep the unit upright if removed from the plug socket. One of the LittleBobs placed a plug-in on a painted window sill, where it remained for several days, and the fragrance leaked out, lifting the paint over quite a large patch. The unit can be refilled with any of the Asda plug-in fragrance refills, although I tend to stick with cottonflower and waterlilly. Each unit costs £2.91 and comes with a 25ml fragrance, refills of which are available for £2.40.

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