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TESCO VALUE FLORAL AIR FRESHENER - ONLY 5p INSTORE

£0.05 @ Tesco
Just came back from the store and picked up 4 of these fresheners. Tesco Value range only 5p. Definately worth buying a few for when needed. Bargain really. Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Just came back from the store and picked up 4 of these fresheners.
Tesco Value range only 5p.

Definately worth buying a few for when needed.

Bargain really.
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#1
http://img.tesco.com/pi/xpi/6/5010204871196_200.jpg
banned#2
Too Dear,,, Voted Cold
banned#3
;) Joke What A Price I Will Have 2 In Each Room
#4
Im not a fan of the gel air fresheners but at that price they are a bargain.

Heat added :)
#5
Why would you wish to fill your home with artificial chemicals? Any wonder Ashthma is on the increase!

Wouldn't use these if they came with a free £5 note!
#6
almost free at this price hot
#7
woodstock
Why would you wish to fill your home with artificial chemicals? Any wonder Ashthma is on the increase!

Wouldn't use these if they came with a free £5 note!


For the average Joe If you suffer from asthma then you are most likely well aware of the factors that can trigger the symptoms or even an attack. If this is one such item then steer clear, for the rest of us this is one cheap way of making the bathroom smell pleasant.
#8
elusion
Zomg Dis Iz 1 4 Da Toylet


Can you repeat this in English?
#9
woodstock
Why would you wish to fill your home with artificial chemicals? Any wonder Ashthma is on the increase!

Wouldn't use these if they came with a free £5 note!


are artificial chemicals worse than real chemicals then?

what do they make artificial chemicals out of?:thinking:
1 Like #10
horsepills
Can you repeat this in English?


ZOMG this one is for the toilet. Not hard. :thinking:
#11
dcx_badass
I hate air fresheners they're all awful, voted hot because of the price though.


Thats the spirit, well said. :)
#12
I honestly beleive these dont work, bought lots abuot a year ago, waste of money. On the other hand at least the spray ones smell lovely. Not for long, but there you go.
#13
put it in your bog, better smell than the previous deposit!!
#14
localshop;3135144
are artificial chemicals worse than real chemicals then?

what do they make artificial chemicals out of?:thinking:


for example:

Anne Steinemann, of the University of Washington in Seattle, says several of the 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by the products she examined are classified as toxic or hazardous by US federal law. They include ethanol, ethyl acetate, benzaldehyde and acetone. Three compounds that were detected, acetaldehyde, 1,4-dioxane and chloromethane, are classified in the US as 'hazardous air pollutants' which, if emitted by a factory, would have 'zero threshold'. 'In other words not one molecule of the chemical would be permitted,' says Steinemann. These regulations do not, however, apply to consumer products. None of the volatiles were listed as ingredients on the products' labels.

How do you make articificial chemicals? Synthisis. You find a way of combining naturally occuring chemicals in a way not found in nature. Some of the naturally occuring compounds can be bad news too, benzaldehyde is an interesting one, which I certainly wouldn't want in my home. It's a naturally occuring compound found in certain nuts and berries, however the processes required to extract it to a 'usable' state can cause it to omit some very unsavoury chemicals such as hydrogen cyanide, as used to terrifying effect in the Nazi death camps.:x

Sorry, but you did ask!
#15
JasonMason
For the average Joe If you suffer from asthma then you are most likely well aware of the factors that can trigger the symptoms or even an attack. If this is one such item then steer clear, for the rest of us this is one cheap way of making the bathroom smell pleasant.


Point taken but, as an asthmatic, if I go into people's homes where they have used air freshener then I suffer, so it's not just about not using it in my own home. I find opening a window in the bathroom gets rid of unpleasant smells, and it's free!
#16
i would rather inhale a sheeps fart :w00t:
#17
monkeylennon
i would rather inhale a sheeps fart :w00t:


Well, that's 10p... :whistling:
#18
monkeylennon;3137281
i would rather inhale a sheeps fart :w00t:

It would certainly do you less harm!
#19
woodstock
for example:

Anne Steinemann, of the University of Washington in Seattle, says several of the 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by the products she examined are classified as toxic or hazardous by US federal law. They include ethanol, ethyl acetate, benzaldehyde and acetone. Three compounds that were detected, acetaldehyde, 1,4-dioxane and chloromethane, are classified in the US as 'hazardous air pollutants' which, if emitted by a factory, would have 'zero threshold'. 'In other words not one molecule of the chemical would be permitted,' says Steinemann. These regulations do not, however, apply to consumer products. None of the volatiles were listed as ingredients on the products' labels.

How do you make articificial chemicals? Synthisis. You find a way of combining naturally occuring chemicals in a way not found in nature. Some of the naturally occuring compounds can be bad news too, benzaldehyde is an interesting one, which I certainly wouldn't want in my home. It's a naturally occuring compound found in certain nuts and berries, however the processes required to extract it to a 'usable' state can cause it to omit some very unsavoury chemicals such as hydrogen cyanide, as used to terrifying effect in the Nazi death camps.:x

Sorry, but you did ask!


Theres always one isnt there! :whistling:
#20
ClareNet
Point taken but, as an asthmatic, if I go into people's homes where they have used air freshener then I suffer, so it's not just about not using it in my own home. I find opening a window in the bathroom gets rid of unpleasant smells, and it's free!


Wow, even menial things like trip to the shops/visiting friends/or a night out must all be like one big crazy adventure for you... :roll:
#21
JasonMason
Wow, even menial things like trip to the shops/visiting friends/or a night out must all be like one big crazy adventure for you... :roll:


Oh yeah - fragrance allergy is just such a mad, crazy, bonkers, life-threatening thing! Cinemas, public transport, restaurants, pubs - each time I risk potential death due to other people's selfishness! MENTAL! CRAAAAAZY! Who needs fast cars or illicit substances when just normal life brings such risks!

AIN'T DISABILITY GREEAAAT!!
#22
i much prefer fast cars tho

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