Troy, MI (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
A new air freshener spray review has been released by SmellsBeGone.com, the leading provider of natural air fresheners for the home and office recently announced. The new air freshener spray review was designed to be a helpful resource for those who are looking for healthy alternatives to heavily scented air freshening candles, sprays and oils that are typically found at the grocery store. Tyler Smith, SmellsBeGone.com spokesman said “All-natural air freshener sprays are a smart alternative to those that contain heavy perfumes and chemicals, because they can be used in any room of the home or office without harming those who come into contact with them. By choosing a more natural air freshener spray option, you can protect yourself and others from harmful ingredients while keeping the air around you fresh and clean.”
Smells BeGone products come in a variety of scents that absorb odors and leave behind fresh citrus, floral or other fresh fragrance notes that improve the air in the home or office. The Smells BeGone odor absorbing solids and the Clear Air Odor Neutralizing Beads, which freshen the air without the need for a flame or electrical outlet, and the Smell BeGone air freshener sprays, are available in several light fragrance options. The Smells BeGone air freshener spray is also available in the original scent-free formula, a healthy choice for offices and homes that are looking for a scent-free way to freshen up any room.
Smells BeGone products from Punati Corp. are the first air-freshening products of their kind to provide air purification without the need for heavy fragrances or toxic chemicals. The Smells BeGone product line, perfect for use in both the home or office, offers a full line of scented and scent-free air fresheners that alter the actual protein that odor-absorbing bacteria feed on, resulting in fresher air throughout every room in the home. The products are safe for use around kids and pets and contain biodegradable ingredients. For more information, please visit SmellsBeGone.com.