Febreze Car Vent Clips Air Freshener, Thai Dragon Fruit, 2 Count

Car odors tend to overstay their welcome like last nights carryout, this mornings gym clothes or last weekends trip to the dog park. Febreze car vent clips send odors packing and add a note of freshness to your ride. Intensity settings put you in the drivers seat, so you can select the perfect amount of scent for you and your passengers. Its a long lasting way to get freshness that goes the distance.

Product Features

  • Febreze car vent clips attach easily and act instantly
  • Eliminate stubborn vehicle odors and slowly release a refreshing scent for up to 30 days on low and under ambient conditions
  • Select your level of intensity to control how much scent is released
  • Long lasting and mess free
  • Eliminates tough odors so they are gone for good

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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2 Responses to Febreze Car Vent Clips Air Freshener, Thai Dragon Fruit, 2 Count

  1. Ben Hiltonsmith says:

    Good unobtrusive fresheners The fragrance is not overpowering, as long as the strength selector is kept towards the lower end. They hold securely and are small and unobtrusive. I keep one over the rear seat vent in my coupe which means no one ever really sees it. The only improvement I would like to see is more detentes in the fragrance adjustment dial. I find that I prefer it on about “1.5″, halfway between the lowest and next lowest settings, but the adjuster won’t stay there unfortunately.

  2. dmann says:

    damaged my car Be careful I had one that leaked, the drip went down the vent on to a plastic part of my dash and dripped on another trim piece by my shifter. It bleached the color by the shifter and ate away ate the surface of the near the vent changing the color there from dark grey to light grey. So now I have a reminder of the mistake I made putting this item in my car. Be careful the contents are corrosive to your dash.

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