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Old 23-08-2018, 03:17 PM   #1
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Angelwax Air Fresheners What's your thoughts?

I love Angelwax products.

Been looking at Angelwax Bliss and Angelwax Eden Air Fresheners and wondered has anyone tried them?

They are spray type and are quite pricey for an air freshener 300 ml, coming in at £16.95, delivered, from Abberlee Perfectly Cleaned.

Tempted to give one a go but would appreciate seeing some feedback first.

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I love Angelwax products.

Been looking at Angelwax Bliss and Angelwax Eden Air Fresheners and wondered has anyone tried them?

They are spray type and are quite pricey for an air freshener 300 ml, coming in at £16.95, delivered, from Abberlee Perfectly Cleaned.

Tempted to give one a go but would appreciate seeing some feedback first.

Harry
Sounds pricey, I use a cherry and bubble gum type its 1l for 5.99 on the bay for odor neutralizing i use this https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/dog-out-...r-1l/p/0350304 it smells like Johnson baby bath and isn't just for urine, i know its not about the anglewax but its an alternative not at an extortionate price
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Cheers Rian, yes I have a number of fragrances. I am on the side of those who 'like' air fresheners and like to use different ones.
I agree these Angelwax ones sound pricey hence asking if anyone has tried them before I decide whether to buy. I'm not sure if they are a new product or whether they have been around a while?

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Also interested if anyone has experience of the Angelwax fresheners.

If its the same scent they use of their card fresheners they use, I'm in!
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Also interested if anyone has experience of the Angelwax fresheners.

If its the same scent they use of their card fresheners they use, I'm in!
Oh I hadn't tried the card ones It seems most things they do work really well, that's why I wondered about the spray.
Looks like if no one replies having tried them, I'll just have to buy one and do a little review

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I too can't comment on the Angelwax air fresheners (spray or otherwise). I've used some sprays in the past (Autoglym and CGs) but never found them to have much staying power. I tend to nowadays stick with the california scents gel tins. Seem to last the longest I've found.

If its odour neutralising you need then I can recommend a dusting of bicarbonate of soda on your carpets and upholstery. Leave it overnight then vacuum up. I buy boxes of the stuff from Wilko for less than £1 a pop. Its great stuff with a lot of uses around the house.
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I too can't comment on the Angelwax air fresheners (spray or otherwise). I've used some sprays in the past (Autoglym and CGs) but never found them to have much staying power. I tend to nowadays stick with the california scents gel tins. Seem to last the longest I've found.

If its odour neutralising you need then I can recommend a dusting of bicarbonate of soda on your carpets and upholstery. Leave it overnight then vacuum up. I buy boxes of the stuff from Wilko for less than £1 a pop. Its great stuff with a lot of uses around the house.
Thanks for your thoughts. No I don't need to deodorise, my car is nearly new. I just like it to smell nice and try different things. I have the AG spray and it doesn't last long. I've tried California scents and they're great but tail off fairly quickly, plus they are bulky to be easily accommodated. I used to put them under the seats but my new car has sealed cubbys under each.

These latest AW air freshener sprays last, it's claimed for 'up to two months from one spray'. Big claim so I'm curious.


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So I've just ordered the Angelwax Bliss. Looking forward to trying it out, I'll report back my opinion on scent and later on longevity.

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So I've just ordered the Angelwax Bliss. Looking forward to trying it out, I'll report back my opinion on scent and later on longevity.

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I look forward to your findings, especially longevity
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I look forward to your findings, especially longevity
Mee too. My daughter always complains my car stinks of fish whenever she gets in it. It's due to all my fishing gear, I do tend to spray some Chemical Guys Air freshner in the boot when I remove my fishing gear, but it doesn't last long.
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