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Air Refreshers New at Method

August 20, 2014

Continuous spray products feature unique technology.

Method is entering a new category with the launch of its new Air Refreshers. According to the company, this new range is designed with revolutionary pressurized air technology. Unlike many traditional aerosols powered by petroleum-based propellants, the continuous spray air refreshers are packed in an airtight chamber powered by compressed air. When sprayed, the air refreshers fill the room with a non-toxic, vibrant scent—no CFCs or dirty propellants, contends the company.
 
Method's new Air Refreshers are available exclusively at Target stores and on Target.com in the US as a part of Made to Matter, a partnership of 16 leading better-for-you, sustainable brands. The Air Refresher is available in five fragrances: French Lavender, Wild Poppy, Beach Sage, Sweet Tangerine and Fresh Clover and retails for $5.
 
For more on home fragrance innovations, check out the September edition of Happi.
 
 
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