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Question for the Anthea Turners of HUKDs!

baffledsalmon Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Very weird question, but I have one of those L'occitane air freshener diffuser things... The one with the bottle and the wooden sticks that draw the fragrance out.
The fragrance has run out and I want to change it, but the sticks and bottle still smell of the old fragrance. I've tried soaking them in water but it just won't go!! How do I get rid of the smell?!!
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
you can never get rid of the smell ever, unless you fabreeze it !
banned#2
it wont be water based anyway, just have to let it air, put outside on a hot day?

( i aint no anthea turner!)
#3
can you not buy a new one?
#4
missp27
can you not buy a new one?


As I remember, it was about £15 and considering the fragrance oil thing lasts about 6 weeks, a bit OTT to buy a new one every time!
There must be a way of getting the smell out?! I'm sure I can get replacement wooden sticks, but the bottle will still stink!!
#5
Once Anthea Turner gets in your house, you'll never get her out.
Can you not sue the parent company?
#6
baffledsalmon
As I remember, it was about £15 and considering the fragrance oil thing lasts about 6 weeks, a bit OTT to buy a new one every time!
There must be a way of getting the smell out?! I'm sure I can get replacement wooden sticks, but the bottle will still stink!!


didn't know they were that expensive! have you tried bicarbonate of soda? that's supposed to get rid of fridge odours, etc so it may work, worth a try. fill the bottle with it and leave it for a day and see what happens
#7
If its oil based then perhaps try rinsing the bottle out with fairy liquid and then if any residue is still left inside then consider steam cleaning the bottle, if you have one of those handheld steam cleaners.
banned#8
wash out with vodka, waste of vokda though
#9
The bottle is now filled with vodka... I considered putting bicarb in the vodka but decided against it!! Thanks for all the suggestions!
#10
baffledsalmon
The bottle is now filled with vodka... I considered putting bicarb in the vodka but decided against it!! Thanks for all the suggestions!


Well even if it doesn't work you can at least have a swig of vodka to drown your sorrows. :thumbsup:

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