Air freshener companies are constantly coming up with new fragrances to differentiate their products from that of the competition. But does the average customer actually want this level of choice, or do most tend to opt for citrus, lavender or one of the other more common scents? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Aromas such as citrus, lavender and rose
The Tork Universal Air Freshener system, designed to be economical and convenient, consists of a tag impregnated with a choice of aromas.
The system consists of a pack of 20 square-shaped tags that have each been impregnated with a pleasant aroma. The tabs can either be looped around washroom pipes or placed in a handy plastic holder. This can
Fragrance Delivery Technologies (FDT) has launched a 60-day model of the Viva!E continuous air freshening and odour control system using patented Oxy-Gen powered technology.
This patented technology is emission-free and can reduce the amount of VOCs emitted by aerosol cans by up to 90 per cent the company says. The recyclable refill contains only
Hyprom’s Smart’Air air fragrancing system is programmable and diffuses natural extract-based perfume with a low VOC content. Depending on the programme chosen a refill can last for
Smart’Air is available in white, silver metallic or black finish and there are 10 fragrances to choose from.
The Steiner air freshening system is compact to make it suitable for discreet use in a range of locations. Providing 24-hour continuous air freshening, it incorporates a powerful ventilator with a timer that is adjustable for 10, 20 or 30 minutes. This battery-powered unit diffuses perfume without spraying and does not dry, says the company.
The Spa Fragrance Collection is a new collection of three spa quality fragrances for commercial air care, from Rubbermaid Commercial Products. Made using natural essential oils, they have been created in response to the growing trend towards the use aromatherapy to rejuvenate the mind and body - while also neutralising odours.
The Spa Collection