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The FDA identified the products as Die Zhuang Jasmine Perfume Air Freshener (470ml green pressurized can), Die Zhuang Lemon Perfume Air Freshener (470ml yellow pressurized can), Stick On Car Air Freshener Lavender (35g plastic jar), Wanjia Air Freshener Lemon (2x60g yellow plastic jar enclosed in cardboard packaging material), Wanjia Air Freshener Jasmine (60g plastic jar with green cap), and Wanjia Air Freshener Lavender (60g purple plastic jar).
Cyclodextrin, a sugar found in the air freshener Febreze, cleared mouse arteries of cholesterol plaques, Tina Hesman Saey reported in "A sugar can melt away cholesterol," (SN: 5/14/16, p.
Unlike candles and plug-in air fresheners that add fragrance to air in a particular room, Filtrete Whole House Air Fresheners release scented air to multiple rooms using the homes forced-air heating and cooling system vents.
1 spot in US market share, in units sold, for automotive air fresheners with its Refresh Your Car
Independent tests have proved that Neutradol's unique formula of more than 50 different ingredients keeps on destroying smells long after other air fresheners have stopped working.
And now, thanks to Neutradol, the air freshener with a product for every smelly situation, we're giving one reader an all inclusive seven-night trip for two to Sorrento.
Product Coverage: Candle Air Fresheners, Car Air Fresheners, Electric Air Fresheners, Gel Air Fresheners, Liquid Air Fresheners, Other Air Care, Spray/Aerosol Air Fresheners.
Breath Fresheners (non-confectionery) (Oral Hygiene) Market in Russia: Market Profile to 2018 provides data on Russia Breath Fresheners (non-confectionery) market, providing marketers with the essential tools to understand their own and their competitors' position in the market.
has a new line of air fresheners in bottles that get their spritzing power from air pressure rather than using the traditional aerosol cans, which often use petroleum-based liquid propellants that are released into the room along with the freshener.
MANUFACTURER OF LITTLE TREES AIR FRESHENERS, is launching Perk, a new brand that, according to company officials, is designed to shake up the automotive fragrance category.
But a less-recognized trigger sits on counters and tables across the country--scented air fresheners.
Dear EarthTalk: I've heard that many air fresheners contain toxic chemicals.