Sunday, February 27, 2011


Think that most people would agree that when you own or rent your own home, you always want it to smell clean. For me, when I walk into my home, I don't want to smell my pets, garbage that needs to be thrown out. It is important for me, being a clean freak, that my home have a pleasant scent especially if you might have someone pop in. My mother is one that loves to do the pop in and so I try to maintain a nice looking home without any funky smells.

~The Scented Oil Warmer~

Air Wick Scented Oil Warmers are made of plastic. They are very light in weight before you put the oil refill in for use. The front of the warmer has "Air Wick" imbedded in it as their logo. On the very top of the warmer is a hole about 3/4 of a centimeter large in diameter. At the top of the hole are five small bumps. The bumps get larger as they go from left to right signifying the strength in oil that you would want to choose from. The dial itself is wrapped around the hole on the top and is easy to move back and forth.

After the Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer is plugged into an outlet the hole at the top is where the scent comes out. The back of the warmer has the plug at the bottom of it. It is just two-pronged for regular outlets. Once you add a Air Wick Scented Oil Refill the warmer is considerably heavier. If your outlet is not tight on your warmer plug, it may dip down and not work effectively. I have had this experience with poor plug outlets in my home and had to move the Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer and Refill to a better spot.

The Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer is three and half inches tall. The base is two inches in width. The top where it is a bit sleeker in design contours to just an inch and half.

AIR WICK® Scented Oils adds a warm and consistent long-lasting fragrance. The advanced design allows you to adjust the fragrance to the level you desire and its sophisticated look compliments your home d├ęcor. It comes with a rotating plug for horizontal and vertical outlets and leaves the second outlet free. When the AIR WICK® Scented Oils runs out of oil, simply replace with any AIR WICK® Scented Oil refill.
~The Scented Oil Refill~
The Air Wick Scented Oil Refill has 0.71 fluid ounces inside. The oil is held in a glass case. I have never experienced any leakage with refills with Air Wick designs. The refill comes with a plastic cap on top of it that you screw off. You then place it inside the warmer. Simple as that.
The instructions show clear small pictures on the back of the package on how to use the refill correctly. It does warn you about not to put the Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer and Refill upside down or sideways in a plug outlet. It needs to remain vertical at all times. The instructions are virtually the same whether you are reading the "Warmer Instructions" or the "Refill Instructions."
The glass case looks like half of a very small bottle with a screw top. It is screwed into the Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer very easily. The refill itself reminds me of a cheap perfume bottle. The refills are easy to remove and replace. I always wash my hands after so that I don't get the fluid in my eyes or skin.
Visit Air Wick to see all their wonderful products they have for your home such as the Air Wick Night Light Scented Oils, Air Fresh Air Freshener and Stick Ups Air Freshener.

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