“ Brand: Air Wick / Type: Room & Linen Spray / Category: Home Fragrance „
~A lightly scented room spray from Air Wick~ ********************************* Air Wick Aqua Mist Freesia and Jasmine Spray is a household product that I have bought and used as both an air and fabric freshener. I have bought a number of the fragrance varieties available in this range in the past and found them to be easy to use. This particular fragrance uses a mix of freesia and jasmine to give a light fresh and green floral fragrance that has a softly scented feel after it settles down. I wouldn't say that the freesia and jasmine combination are my favorite combination of scents, although I do feel they give a pleasant fresh scent to the home when this product is used sparingly. ~My experience of using the product~ **************************** In use I have found that the spray applicator that is built in to the product lid is easy to use as you simply press on the handle part of the applicator to release some of the fragranced room spray as and when required. I find that the resulting spray you get from the applicator is not really all that fine, when I compare it to similar aerosol style products from Air Wick that I have bought and used. The fragranced mist does seem to stay on the air for a short while after it has been sprayed before falling slowly in large scented droplets that can be felt on the skin if you accidently walk through an area that has been treated with this product. The actual fragrance given off by this blend is rather synthetic in its nature but does have a fresh feel to it that offers up plenty of fragrance when newly sprayed into the air. Once the droplets of room spray settle the scent given off is far less detectable in my experience, which is a slight downside in my opinion, as the whole idea of using a product such as this is that it leaves a nice scented effect around the home. I have at times used this product as a fabric refresher spray, but have found that it leaves fabric just a little too damp afterwards which is not really ideal. Other uses I have found for this product are as something to spray onto hoover bags prior to use as this can leave a soft scented effect that fragrances the home lightly once the bags are in use. This can leave a short lived light and pleasant jasmine and freesia based scent when hoovering. I have also used the spray when mopping laminate and tiled flooring to give a light hint of fragrance which leaves everything smelling clean and refreshed without feeling overly scented. Using the spray in this way diluted with a little extra water leaves no marks or damage to the surface on hard flooring in my experience. ~Product rating/ price~ ****************** I would say that a single bottle of this product can last for a number of weeks if used sparingly as you don't need to go wild with it in order to benefit from the fragranced effect. This product has a softer more watery feel to its fragrance that is lighter than the scents given off by aerosol products in my experience, so would suit those who prefer a lighter fragranced effect around the home. Each bottle contains 345mls of room fragrance at a cost of around £3.49 which I feel is an average price for a product such as this. My rating for this Air Wick Aqua Mist fragranced spray is 3 stars.
I am always on the hunt for nice things to make my home smell nice. I found this bottle of Air Mist in Pound Stretcher when shopping a few weeks ago for £1 so was eager to take it home to try. It comes in a clear bottle which is rather large - containing 345ml of mist. The bottle is not the most attractive, as it rather resembles a hair spray or the nozzle of a cleaning product! It stays hidden in the cleaning cupboard most of the time though so this isn't too much of a distraction and I will still happy enough to purchase it. The label describes it as "propellant-free trigger" which delivers Air Wick's Aqua Essences more naturally. Being a mist, as opposed to an air freshener I find it a bit more refreshing when sprayed and it seems to spread across the room more easily with less sprays and it settles to give a longer lasting aroma around the home. It comes in Aqua Mist Freesia and Jasmine Spray and also Wild Lavender & Mountain Breeze and I bought both. I find this one - Aqua Mist Freesia and Jasmine much nicer as the Lavender variety is far too strong! The scent is really light and subtle but to to be honest it is quite hard to pinpoint a specific smell! The smell of Jasmine is barely noticeable and freesia is not a flower I am too familiar with but it is quite sweet and light. The air mist is suitable for use on fabrics like sofas and linen which makes it handy around the home. It is described on the pack as odour elimination and personally I have found that when sprayed in the bathroom after my little one or other half has let a stinky one go, it really is amazing at getting rid of these smells pretty instantly! The scent lasts for ages and so makes this product fab value for money. I have had this spray for a while now and a little goes a really long way so it has actually barely gone down! I find a few sprays into the centre of the room is perfect for a little uplifting, clean smell around the home and I don't need to use it again. Overall I really like this product and wish I had found it before! I would definitely recommend it, as it does a good job and has worked much better than a lot of other air fresheners I have had in the past. 4 stars from me!
I picked up a bottle of this from my newly opened Poundworld which is nearby to where I stay. I had never heard of the shop Poundworld, as we have Poundland where I stay but I guess the shops are all the same - things for sale for £1 which is always good for me. I do like a good bargain, and although there can be a certain amount of tat in these shops I do find that there is often some good buys to be found. Not sure if this is available in other shops such as Asda or that thesedays and if so the price of it there as I mentioned that I only paid £1 for it. This comes in a 345ml bottle (bit of a weird size I think). The bottle for this is alright and my one is just like the picture on here. To look at the pump spray part it does look a bit cumbersome, but it is easy enough to pump and dispense this out. Just a few squirts of this is enough to scent a room well. It is quite a strong scent but that is alright as you don't need that many squirts of this to get the scent. You can use this on fabrics as well so spray this directly onto a fabric couch for example if you are looking to freshen it up. I did like the scent of this. I don't really like Freesia all that much and wondered if it would be far too Flowery smelling for me, but I feel that the Jasmine scent is more the main scent and the rich heavier scent from that is lovely, but the Freesia part adds a nice light scent to it so the 2 scents go together well. Even just spraying 4-5 squirts in a room I can smell this hours later. A nice scent, a nice brand and I got this for a great price.
I love my home to smell fresh at all times. Living in a smallish house it can be difficult to achieve that, especially after cooking or when my boy had a smelly nappy! I noticed this Air Wick Aqua Mist on offer in Sainsbury a couple of months ago for just £1.50 which although a bit more expensive for an air freshner than I would like, I decided to give it a go. I wouldn't however pay the £3 average RRP that these seem to go for in all the large supermarkets. I have to admit that it was the cool linen and lavander scent I tried first. I didn't actually try the Freesia and Jasmine until a few weeks ago when I spotted it in Bodycare for just £1.39 a bottle. Since I enjoyed the scent of the first one I decided to try this fragrance. The bottles are very stylish looking, very upmarket. A clear bottle with a pale greenish label showing a picture of some flowers. Ther is a large trigger at the top that makes spraying the product very easy. I find that it only takes a couple of pulls on the trigger to make the room smell gorgeous. This air freshner smells very subtle and floral, a very clean, fresh scent. It has a decent staying power in that in a couple of hours it can still be smelt but not strongly, it does fade over time but by leaving and re-entering the room it can be detected. I found that it got rid of any lurking smells very quickly which as the main point I was very pleased about. I must also add that the spray was so gentle that it didn't overpower and get caught in my throat which I find happens with so many of the original style sprays. I only use this product sporadically so I've yet to actually finish a bottle but I have used it on many occasions and there is still majority of the bottle left so it seems to be pretty long lasting which is yet another benefit. Overall this is a lovely spray with many positives, the only downside I see is the large price tag although if it can be bought at a discount store for less than half the price it is definately worth a try.
I live in a fairly small city centre flat, which has an open plan kitchen and living room, so my girlfriend and I are forever struggling to keep get rid of those cooking smells quickly and effectively from the kitchen and living room. We have tried candles, plug-ins, aerosol sprays the lot. This is my favourite product out of the lot of them by a country mile. You can pick Air Wick's Aqua Mist up for around £3.00 in the supermarket and for me, this is a bargain. I find that the Aqua Mist is subtly scented and the smell of Freesia and Jasmine spray. I'm not going to pretend I know what either Freesia or Jasmine smell like. However, it is pleasant and not over powering. I like the fact that the mist doesn't chock you, like I have found with a lot of aerosol products that I have tried in the past. I have also found that it brings an instant freshness to our rooms which is a real plus side. Burning candles is nice and creates a nice atmosphere in a room, but I find it can take some time to freshen the room up. The mist seems to stand up against even the toughest of smells, such as fish or curry too. I find that the fragrance is fairly long lasting. I have never found myself needing to spray it twice in one day for example. One of the 345ml bottles tends to last us between 6 - 8 weeks on our current usage. I would say that we use it around 4 times per week. The mist comes in a clear bottle and has large trigger on the top of the bottle which makes spraying the mist easy. It can be difficult to get every last drop out of the bottle, but I never feel like I don't get my money's worth out of it. This is now my air freshener of choice, I think it's fantastic and have recommended it to family and friends. Give it a try, I don't think you will be left disappointed.
I have been using these sprays for a number of months, currently they are half price in Asda £1.50 instead of the usual £3. Each see through bottle contains 345ml of clear liquid. The bottle has a pump action spray rather than an aerosol like traditional airfreshners. This particular variety is my second favourite after clean linen and white violet, Air Wick also make wild lavender and mountain breeze which I have yet to try. On the bottle the spray is described as a light and invigorating mist that allows you to instantly enjoy wonderfully refreshing fragrances that smell as fresh as nature intended, the fragrances are all inspired by water based botanicals. It's so fresh and natural that you'll want to use it in every room to create the perfect fresh and welcoming atmosphere for your home. What first appealed to me about aqua mist was the fact it can be used on clothing and linen. To use this spray you simply remove the green safety clip and spray. Unlike other air freshners I have used in the past this comes out as a fine mist. I normally find that aerosol air freshners tend to smell a little artificial and make me choke on fumes, however this particular one smells like freshly cut flowers. It is very realistic and natural smelling. The main thing I use this for is to freshen up my curtains and bedding as well as keep my car smelling fresh. I would have previously used Febreeze however since discovering this I now prefer it. The spray is so fine it doesn't leave fabrics soaking. The scent lasts for days and you only need to use the smallest amount to get rid of nasty odours. I find that a bottle of this lasts me about 4 weeks. I would recommend this to all Febreeze users out there as it is far superior. It is also a great room freshner particularly after cooking or if you have pets!
I'm not a great fan of air fresheners as I often feel that the fragrance is not only artificial but also far too strong. We do occasionally have scented candles which are usually very well "vetted" for the smell before purchase! Recently on a trip to ASDA I found that Air Wick Aqua Mist was on a "Roll-Back" price of £1.49 - approximately half it's usual price. This was something I had previously read about and thought it sounded rather interesting. I had already decided that I would try it if I saw it, although finding it at this price was a definite "decider" as far as I was concerned. The appearance of this air freshener is different to most as it doesn't come in an aerosol. It comes in a clear plastic bottle - about six and a half inches high - with a trigger spray bringing the height to ten inches altogether. The colour of the spray top depends on the fragrance inside and, as the contents of the bottle are clear and colourless - no matter what fragrance, this is helpful once you have decided which you like best. There is also a small green peg which holds the trigger spray thus avoiding accidental sprays! There is a choice of three fragrances: Freesia and Jasmine which comes with a green trigger spray, Cool Linen and White Lilac - with a white top and Wild Lavender and Mountain Breeze with a lilac coloured spray. In fact, there were only two available when I bought mine so I chose the Cool Linen and White Lilac. I was very impressed by the lightness of the fragrance. The description of the name was quite good as the general scent is rather like fresh washing blowing in the garden. I couldn't really smell anything like white lilac and, as we have those in the garden too I am quite aware of what they smell like, I can imagine that if you are not familiar with the flower there is really nothing to suggest anything else. There is certainly nothing unpleasant or overpowering as you can find in a lot of this type of product. Air Wick says that the fragrances are inspired by water-based botanicals. As far as I am concerned, one of the biggest advantages is the trigger spray which is, of course, propellant free. Another bonus is that it is safe to spray on fabrics which can be very useful. All in all, I must say that I am very pleased with this product - especially, as I said previously - I am not usually one to buy this sort of thing. If, like me, you are not impressed by highly scented sprays, I would certainly recommend it as it certainly seems to do a satisfactory job of freshening the air! I hope that this has been of help and thank you for reading it. Hazel
I would clearly say that this bottle of air freshner is worth the money! Because it creates a mist there is very little effort in going around the room spraying everything as you only just have to glide your arm around and it gives an even coverage! The liquid is clear which makes you feel like your not just spraying chemicals everywhere it actually looks like just perfumed water or something. I like the fact that there are different kinds of fragrences so you dont always have to stick with the same one and can always change around which ever one you want next. Another great thing about this product is that it lasts a longer time than normal air freshner as its just a mist which coats everything it touches. However the downside to this is if you have wooden flooring just dont spray near it as I found that it can leave a slippery patch on the floor.
I don't usually buy air freshener sprays but I got this one as a freebie, always good, so to avoid waste I'm giving it a go. Air Wick Aqua Mist costs £3.00 from Tesco, quite expensive I think. The air freshener comes in a tall plastic see through bottle with a green trigger lid. This has a safety catch attached to it. The liquid is clear like water. Giving a pure impression. The label is mainly clear with Air Wick written on a green band round the top. There is a picture of white Jasmine and Freesias on the front of the bottle, which of course is the fragrance. When sprayed the liquid comes out in a fine mist, the fragrance is quite a sharp and sour smell. Almost fruity. I can not for the life of me detect any floral aroma at all. I was disappointed about this as floral smells are my favourite. It's not an unpleasant smell but it's not what I would have thought it would be. How long the smell lasts depends on where it is sprayed. If I spray it in my porch I can smell it for several hours but in a larger room it doesn't last very long at all. The Aqua Mist is safe to be sprayed on fabric and the smell does stay on curtains for some time. This, in my opinion, is the best thing about it. I will use my bottle up because I hate waste but I certainly would not use it again. It's definitely not worth paying £3.00 for.
I noticed this new air freshner on offer in my local Semichem store a few days ago, priced at £1.49 (half the usual price). Being a air freshner junkie I had to give it a go. I bought this one in Freesia and Jasmine, along with the two other varieties, Lavender, and Cool Linen and White Lilac. The appearance is what made me notice this product in the first place. It's very different looking to your regular air freshner in a tin. I comes packaged quite nicely in a transparent bottle with a trigger type spray rather than the usual nozzle. This gives a more luxurious feel and look to the product. What I find really good about this particular product is that it can be used on fabrics as well as a regular air freshner giving better value for money. The fragrance is really gorgeous whether you use it to spray into the air to lift your room, or use it on fabric to give your soft furnishings a lovely scent. The aroma really is noticeable and is long lasting. I sprayed my bedroom, left it for a few hours, then when I entered the room I could still detect the fragrance in the air, albeit a bit lighter. I've used the lavender spray on my curtains, bedding and pillows before going to bed and have found it rather relaxing! I would definately say I'll be buying them again. However it is very long lasting (depends on usage though). I'm not even a quarter of the way down the bottle yet, and I use it often. A great air and fabric freshner, gives a lovely fresh natural fragrance to your room and soft furnishings, a definite winner for me!
For those of you who have read some of my previous reviews you will be aware that I love electric plug-ins and scented candles. I'm not a great fan of air fresheners, particularly as I find the scent doesn't last for very long. However, whilst out shopping last week, I discovered a new product from Air Wick - Aqua Mist in Freesia and Jasmine. I've previously reviewed two of Air Wick's products - the electric plug in and the reed diffuser, both in the Freesia and Jasmine fragrance. This product is one of many in the Aqua Essences range. The Air Wick Aqua Mist is manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser and comes in a large transparent plastic bottle with a very unusual propellant free trigger. There is 345ml of the gorgeous perfumed scent in the bottle with an image of the jasmine and freesia flowers on the label. The liquid is clear, but both the bottle and trigger spray are in a light green colour and the product clearly stands out from other brands on the supermarket shelf. Air Wick advertise the product as an air freshener "designed to release the freshness of nature into your home". I couldn't agree more with this statement, as the product smells extremely natural with the distinct aroma of freshly cut freesias. To use the spray, you simply remove the dark green safety clip to release the trigger and pull several times to spray the product. The spray is released in a very fine mist, unlike some air fresheners that tend to spray out a huge amount. The great thing about this product is that it's suitable for fabrics, so I spray it on my bedding, curtains, cushions, blinds, carpets and sofas. The fragrance is absolutely gorgeous and very realistic. The day I purchased this product I attacked all my soft furnishings and the scent lingered for hours with some of my rooms still smelling fragrant the following morning. The product is also an odour eliminator, so is perfect for using if you have pets or want to get rid of those offensive cooking smells. The bottle can be recycled after use. Air Wick Aqua Mist is available in three fragrances - Freesia and Jasmine, Cool Linen and Lavender and can be purchased in most supermarkets at around £3.00. However, I was fortunate and managed to obtain mine for half price in Wilkinsons. I've checked Tesco website for up to date prices and would advise that both the Cool Linen and Lavender fragrances are available for £2.25 until 1 June 2010. I hope you found my review useful and would thank you for reading.