(PRWEB) August 23, 2013
Pumpkin Spice Odor Eliminating Gel Beads have been put on sale by SmellsBeGone.com, the official direct-to-consumer website for the clean air product company, in preparation for the Fall season.
Robert Smith, spokesperson for SmellsBeGone.com, notes: “Fall is coming fast, and Smells BeGone always has products to match the season. Our Pumpkin Spice Odor Eliminating Gel Beads have been put on sale for owners who want to bring in a light aroma of pumpkin spice into their home as pumpkin season approaches.”
The Pumpkin Spice Odor Eliminating Gel from Smells BeGone covers about 450 feet of indoor area for approximately 90 days, and comes in packs of 6. They can be purchased at various retailers, but the Pumpkin Spice clearance is available only through their website, http://www.smellsbegone.com.
Other Smells BeGone products come in a variety of scents that absorb odors and leave behind fresh floral, citrus, and other original fragrance notes that quickly freshen the air in the home or office without a heavy fragrance. The Smells BeGone odor absorbing solids and odor neutralizing beads, which do not need need a flame or electrical outlet to freshen the air, along with 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.
About Smells BeGone:
Smells BeGone products by the Punati Corporation are the first air-freshening products in the market to offer air purification without heavy fragrances or harmful chemicals. The Smells BeGone product line, ideal for use in both the home and office, offers a spectrum of scented and scent-free air fresheners that alter the actual protein on which odor-causing bacteria feed, resulting in fresher air throughout every room in the home. The products are safe for use around pets and children and contain biodegradable ingredients. For more information, please visit SmellsBeGone.com.