Airwick Crisp Linen and Lilac Reed Diffuser Reviews
Product Type: Airwick household products
Description:Brand: AirWick / Type: Air Freshener
Newest Review: ... a plastic lid which is apparently non spill. You get 50ml of fragrance in each reed diffuser which can last up to 30 days. ... more
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Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Customer Airwick Crisp Linen and Lilac Reed Diffuser Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/09/13, updated on 22/09/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I love these reed diffusers they are however I think very expensive at £7 each. Frequently they are on offer in supermarkets and I picked a few up in Tesco for £3.50 each. There are various fragrances this a is my favourite in the Air Wick range. The product comes in a box which contains a glass bottle which hold the liquid and some jelly like fragrance balls and separately the rattan reeds. The design of the bottle has changed this time I purchased this and the top of the glass bottle now has a plastic lid which is apparently non spill. You get 50ml of fragrance in each reed diffuser which can last up to 30 days. To use the diffuser ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I like my home to smell nice. Afterall, having cats and dogs it isn't the easiest of accomplishments however hard I try to clean on a daily basis. Therefore, my home contains a number of air fresheners ranging from those that plug into the wall, stand on their own and of course the good old aerosol spray. I am keen to try anything in the bid that it will eliminate bad odours whilst giving off a nice fragrance in my home. Recently in Wilkinsons they have been having a major price reduction on a lot of the household fragrance products and I of course decided to stock up on my usual products and whilst the prices were low I decided to add a few new items to my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I picked up a couple of the Air Wick Reed Diffuser air fresheners whilst shopping in Sainsbury's a few weeks ago. I normally use the reed diffusers where you can refill the oil/liquid, however these Air Wick ones were on offer in Sainsbury's at half price and so I thought that I'd give them a try. I picked up two of the fragrances; the crisp linen & lilac, and the midnight blackberry & vanilla silk. They also had two other fragrances available; pink sweet pea, and ivory freesia bloom. They were on offer at half price, reduced from £6.99 to £3.49. I have the crisp linen & lilac fragranced reed dispenser in our bedroom, and this smells ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/12 (Very useful, 99 readings)
'' Crisp Linen and Lilac' Airwick Reed Diffuser I do really like my house to smell nice and with three cats who seem to prefer the kitty litter to outside and because we have our house on the market it is especially important to have nice smells around the house. I love Yankee candles diffusers but they are rather expensive and so when I saw these on sale in Tesco the other week I bought a few as at £4 instead of £8 I felt they were good value. The first week I bought one scent to try and the next week I bought two other smells to try in different rooms. The first scent I bought was 'Midnight blackberry and vanilla silk ' and the other two were the 'Crisp Linen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I went on the hunt for some decent air fresheners the other day and ended up purchasing a couple of these. My mum uses these and her house always smells lovely and fresh with a different scent in every room so I decided to invest in one. Lukily for me they were half price in Wilkinsons, normally they cost between £7 and £8, at the moment however they are £3.75 in Wilkinsons and they have several different scents. The first one I tried was the crisp linen one, I ideally wanted a vanilla one but they didnt have one on offer so I thought crisp linen would be a safe option as it would just smell like and clean and fresh, like freshly washed linen. The ... Read the complete review
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