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*TESTIFIES*all u need is the original one, and it does what it says on the advert, no word of a liesome bastard try buy one cheap air freshner from the pound shop, sprayed it an jus got some sickly sweet doodoo smell

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FebreezeOr tht other brand cant remember the name....they do a nice vanilla and magnolia scent. And a fresh linen scent.

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got that one u plug it in and it releases nice vapours.had the one wit batter power that pumps it out every 15 mins or so but shits me up wen im watchin somethin at 2am in the dark

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i only use air freshner for the toileti think generally through out the house its best to get some essential oilsflick some lavender about the house, kills off most smells quite well and also instills an atmosphere of peace and relaxationcan get it from holland and barrets and also neils yardi like to put a couple drops of lavender oil in the filter of my hoover, does wondersi dont like all the chemicals in air freshners, gives me a headache if im around it too longhate magic trees

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my dad but some rubbish from the market it's supposed to smell like orchids.we have the air wick that sprays automatically everynow and then, it's good but it's not fun when you're eating and you get a big waft of whatever interfering with taste.

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anything that smells vanilla / cinamon would be what I usebut obviosuly my house always smells nice we don't need that sh*t

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LOLtesco finest cake/shortbread bites are kinda pricey u no, but worth everey single penny and calorie

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Allow breathing in toxic fumes

Beware of Toxic Air FreshenersBy Dr. Ben Kim on October 21, 2007 * Health WarningsIf you use synthetic air fresheners in your car and/or living space, you should know that you are increasing your risk of developing a variety of health problems. Headaches, earaches, depression, an irregular heart beat, and diarrhea in babies are just a few of many health challenges that have been linked with regular use of synthetic air fresheners.A report that was released in September of 2007 by the Natural Resources Defense Council found that 12 of 14 brands of common household air fresheners contained phthalates. Phthalates are chemicals that are used to prolong the length of time that scented products maintain their fragrance. Regular exposure to phthalates can increase your risk of experiencing endocrine, reproductive, and developmental problems. Amazingly, some of the brands that tested positive for phthalates did not include phthalates on their lists of ingredients; some of these brands were even labeled as being "all-natural" and "unscented."In response to this study, the National Resources Defense Council produced the following list that indicates the presence or absence of phthalates in common air fresheners:Highest levels of phthalates: * Walgreens Air Freshener Spray (removed from shelves) * Walgreens Scented Bouquet Air Fresheners (removed from shelves) * Walgreens Solid Air Fresheners (removed from shelves) * Ozium Glycolized Air SanitizerMedium levels of phthalates: * Air Wick Scented Oil * Febreze NOTICEables Scented Oil * Glade Air Infusions * Glade PlugIn Scented Oil * Oust Air Sanitizer SprayLow levels or no phthalates detected: * Citrus Magic * Febreze Air Effects Air Refresher * Lysol Brand II Disinfectant * Oust Fan Liquid Refills * Renuzit Subtle Effects
http://drbenkim.com/dangers-air-fresheners.html

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