Asda Smart Price Air Freshener Spray Reviews
Product Type: Asda in Homeware
Newest Review: ... starting to rust round the top now - I have had this can for AGES though so it's to be expected. My Asda Smartprice air ... more
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Customer Asda Smart Price Air Freshener Spray Reviews (9)
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Just under thirty pence to make your room smell fresh? What a steal! Why pay for an expensive Oust or Neutradol when you can simply buy one of these, infact you could five or so for the same price. The difference is that this is Smart Price spray. In my experience, Smart Price roughly translates as 'cheaper and not very good.' I am sorry to say that this was the case with this air freshener. No points are awarded for the bottle which is as bland as you like with a very basic colour scheme. The pump action spray works pretty well though so you can target desired smells and attempt to banish them. The onus is the word 'attempt' for this is all you will from this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Since my eldest cat has been ill for some time, my home is beginning to smell a little because she cannot help doing her business wherever she is at the moment as she has been ill for some months now and recently she has been diagnosed with demenia, she is over 18 years old and the vet informed me she can live a little longer and so long as I can cope with her, that will be fine or she is not suffering, at the moment she is doing well, but she tends to forget where her toilet is and so she just wets in where she is standing, hence the reason I am buying lots of air fresheners to make my home smell as pleasant as I can and I have been using tons of them and so I thought I Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Just lately I have been trolling the supermarkets and picking up smart price products to try, if they are less than one pound or something, they have to be worth a try. My girlfriend is made on plug in fresheners and is always spraying some kind of air freshener around the house. I bet we spend a good £5 a week just on having a nice smelling house. When i saw a 300ml can of smart price air freshener for 28p, it had to be tried. I sprayed a bit in the supermarket, as you do, and it smelt quite nice! In the trolley it went. The packaging wasn't as nice as the other brands, it was a white can with a green bottom, a small picture of a green flower, and "air ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
With four dogs and two adults all sharing a house at the moment things can get lets say a little whiffy. I myself (for my sins) smoke and my friend cos she's a veggie...erm lifts her leg and trumps rather alot. Sometimes it's like being in a worse smelling farmyard than an actual farmyard! Cos things are prone to getting a little smelly from time to time both me and my mate buy a lot of air freshening products for her house. We get through loads as you can imagine so recently when we spotted this whilst doing our shopping we decided to give it a whirl as it's so cheap! The Packaging: 300ml cylinder can with an aerosol white push button ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
When I spotted this air freshener from Asda for the cheap price I thought I would give it a try. I had not tried it before and thought if I did not like it, not a lot of money had been wasted, I think some of the cheaper air fresheners can be quite good and especially shops own brands. I like to try these cheaper ones because sometimes I am so pleasantly surprised how nice they actually are and how they suit my home. This one comes in a can, it is very basic looking and it cost me only 25p for 300ml, at the time when I bought it I thought for the cheap price if I did not like it I would not have broken the bank. It has a nozzle and it is easy to spray into the ... Read the complete review
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