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Smells Like Summer

21 August 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Vectair Systems has grouped its new and existing Airoma aerosol fragrances into four new ranges, which are: Classics, Fruits, Oriental, and Airoma Therapy & Spa.

These ranges make it easier for customers to identify suitable fragrances for their particular aircare needs says the company.

The ‘Classics’ range contains a collection of Vectair Systems’ firm favourites, which includes Cool and Mystique. These powerful and modern fragrances are best suited to environments such as washrooms, toilets and care homes.

The ‘Fruits’ range provides a taste of spring and summer, with four fresh and fruity fragrances recommended for use in areas such as offices, reception rooms, hotels, airports and shopping centres.

Hotels, bars and clubs and places of worship can benefit from the ‘Oriental’ range, which contains a number of rich and exotic fragrances.

The ‘Airoma Therapy & Spa’ range offers soothing and sensual fragrances, great for changing rooms, spa areas, gyms and leisure centres. All Airoma fragrances are complex and long lasting and are effective in room sizes up to 200 sq m.

Aerosol fragrances are available in either 270ml or 100ml and are designed to fit the Airoma or Micro Airoma Automatic Fragrance Dispenser, although will fit other dispensers.

Picture: Part of the new Vectair range.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 21 August 2015


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