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    Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    I was satisfied with the performance of the New Car Scent Air-Refresher. Seeing that there are two new scents for 2015 I decided to pick up both and try them out. I'm a big fan of these and they tend to last quite awhile. I don't have any odors in my car but if I did I would not hesitate to use one of these. It's great because I could always open up the vents or tun on the AC and I can get a nice whiff of the scent.

    These things are pretty potent so it's best to follow the directions and let the car air out for 10-15 min as directed on the back of the box.

    These are pretty straight forward to use. It's basically a fogger packed great scenty goodness.

    The citrus grove has a citrus fruity type scent. To me it didn't feel as overpowering as the new car scent right after use. It does smell very good. Reminds me of juicy fruit gum.

    For those that are not familiar with these this is what the packaging looks like.









    They are not very large



    This is the top that is pressed down to release the product. This is after using it as the trigger is in the down position.



    I switch up the location on my car. I will sometimes place it between the front and rear seats or on the center console. It works in both locations. This time I decided to place it on the center console. Here it is doing it's thing




    One tip I do have is if one has access to a garage I would recommend leaving the windows open over night. This way it won't overpower the nose the next day. Especially for those that are a little more sensitive. If there is no access to a garage then let the car air out for 10-15 min per the directions.

    Overall this is another great product and great scent for this line.

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    I keep all 3 in stock and let my customers choose what they want. My last 5 have all went with the Citrus, seems very popular so far!! Good stuff. Maybe a vanilla or cherry next?
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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    If they made them in Supreme Shine scent, id buy em by the case!
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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    The car was sitting untouched for 2 days and the one thing I did notice is the scent is not lingering as long as new car scent. It's lost quite a bit of it's punch over those 2 days. I will see how it does over the next few days.

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Ac or no ac?

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Both.

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Picked one of these up last night to give it a go. The smell is pretty good, but I am really happy that it was able to get into EVERY where in the car.

    Might try the summer breeze scent next time. Might be more up my alley scent wise.

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Guz..Sorry, when you say both, does that mean 8 minutes on each, or it doesn't matter, pick one and run it the whole time?

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Quote Originally Posted by larry33 View Post
    Guz..Sorry, when you say both, does that mean 8 minutes on each, or it doesn't matter, pick one and run it the whole time?

    So what were you exactly asking? How to use it? If you are I just followed the directions on the box.

    What I was referring to was the scent not being as potent as new car scent with or without the AC after being used.

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    Re: Review - Citrus Grove Air-Refresher

    Haha..thanks for responding. I should have been more specific. The instructions are to put blower on high and recirculate. It says nothing about whether the AC button should be on or not while running the treatment. Wondered if you used the AC on while running the treatment or if that matters

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