Airwick essential mist kit - £10 @ Wilko
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Airwick essential mist kit - £10 @ Wilko

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Same price in shop, bought two yesterday and 4 lavender online. Hope it smells nice
Can anyone comment if these are any good at all. Does it leave a lasting fragrance or is it just a couple of minutes
this one
adhkarzf16 m ago

Can anyone comment if these are any good at all. Does it leave a lasting …Can anyone comment if these are any good at all. Does it leave a lasting fragrance or is it just a couple of minutes


I collected mine from Wilko yesterday and tested it overnight - it's ok but nothing impressive.

I have a few diffusers like this one and this one, which I use almost daily and they're way better in my opinion. Basically the diffusers are:
1. Mains-powered so you won't have to worry about changing the batteries.
2. They use oil mixed with water. Oil is around £2 for a 20ml bottle which lasts around 20 times easy, 8 hours each time.
3. You can choose the oils (smell) you want, not the ones Airwick choose for you.
4. The diffusers have more than one mode, continuous (for continious smell into the air), or pulses where you get a puff for a couple of seconds followed by 30 seconds/1 minute wait. The Airwick doesn't have a continuous mode which makes it a lot less efficient in my opinion.

It's good for a small room considering you're happy with changing the batteries and buying the oil from Airwick, which I believe will be expensive. For £10 I'm not going to complain but it's not the best option if you need something for a large room.
refaey21 h, 0 m ago

this one I collected mine from Wilko yesterday and tested it overnight - …this one I collected mine from Wilko yesterday and tested it overnight - it's ok but nothing impressive.I have a few diffusers like this one and this one, which I use almost daily and they're way better in my opinion. Basically the diffusers are:1. Mains-powered so you won't have to worry about changing the batteries.2. They use oil mixed with water. Oil is around £2 for a 20ml bottle which lasts around 20 times easy, 8 hours each time.3. You can choose the oils (smell) you want, not the ones Airwick choose for you.4. The diffusers have more than one mode, continuous (for continious smell into the air), or pulses where you get a puff for a couple of seconds followed by 30 seconds/1 minute wait. The Airwick doesn't have a continuous mode which makes it a lot less efficient in my opinion.It's good for a small room considering you're happy with changing the batteries and buying the oil from Airwick, which I believe will be expensive. For £10 I'm not going to complain but it's not the best option if you need something for a large room.


Thanks for the info
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