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Glade air freshener spray

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Holy cow.  Does anyone use Glade air freshener spray?  It comes in a can and is around $2. I keep one in my husband's bathroom.  I ordered a replacement Glade spray for a Walmart pickup today, and when I got it home, there is now a warning on the top of the label that it might make floors slippery.  I gave it a test spray, and it barely sputters out leaving an oily mist on everything it covers! I had to wash the floors and immediately went online to request a refund.  Now to find something to buy in its place.

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I use only Lysol Dysinfectant Spray, it kills most germs and does not have a chemical perfume smell.

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O do ban, has fabric,air freshners.

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Re: Glade air freshener spray

I have never noticed this on Glade, but it is very noticeable on cans of Pledge, never spray it on floors

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@Shelbelle wrote:

I have never noticed this on Glade, but it is very noticeable on cans of Pledge, never spray it on floors


Glade has reformulated their canned air fresheners, so it is new. I sprayed the air, and the mist immediately fell to the floor. The Glade was such an oily mess that I think you could use it for furniture polish.

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I bought it because I liked the fragrance - well the same thing happened to me.  Sticky, oily liquid mess on my floor.

I called the company.  I talked to a woman in there customer service and she said Do not Shake the Can and then spray it.  That didn't make any difference.  Apparently, she knew exactly what I meant. 

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@Ainhisg wrote:

Holy cow.  Does anyone use Glade air freshener spray?  It comes in a can and is around $2. I keep one in my husband's bathroom.  I ordered a replacement Glade spray for a Walmart pickup today, and when I got it home, there is now a warning on the top of the label that it might make floors slippery.  I gave it a test spray, and it barely sputters out leaving an oily mist on everything it covers! I had to wash the floors and immediately went online to request a refund.  Now to find something to buy in its place.


 

 

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Poo Pourri might be helpful for his bathroom.

 

Also, there are products on the market that are "air fresheners", which add fragrance to mask odors .... and "odor neutralizers" or "odor eliminators" which are more effective.  Air Wick makes a good product in several fragrances.  

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Re: Glade air freshener spray

@Tinkrbl44 I've suggested PP, and he said he'd never remember to use it first.  After being married to him for 15 years, I believe it.  lol  

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@Catastrophe I didn't shake the can and had the mess.  I think I will contact the company, too.  

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Re: Glade air freshener spray

Poo Pourri is what I keep in our bathroom.  I know people make fun of it, but it really does work.  

 

The bottles are small enough to blend in to the decor.  They don't stand out like a large can of air freshener.  I think most of the scents are quite pleasant.