The invention is a gel based aromatic air freshener which attaches to various types of fans to allow for the dispersal of aroma throughout a room.
Inventor Theresa Ann Talley of West Palm Beach, FL has created a gel based aromatic air freshener which attaches to various types of fans to allow for the dispersal of aroma throughout a room.
The battle to keep a room clean and fresh smelling is never-ending. Stale odors, poor circulation, tobacco smoke, food odors, and the like all combine to assault the olfactory senses of anyone entering the room. Aerosol sprays, solid room deodorizers, and electric room deodorizers provide an overpowering freshening smell at first, and then the aroma quickly diminishes with time. Sometimes the freshening aroma is not evenly distributed around the room and is only concentrated in the area where it was released. Additionally, the user must remember to use them, and use them on a consistent and regular basis. Inventor Talley has created a way for air fragrances to be distributed by automatic and unattended means.
This clever new invention produces a fresh and clean smell. The aroma circulates throughout a room. The gel based aromatic freshener attaches to box, pedestal, desk and window fans. It clips onto the front or back on a fan grill with a discreet appearance. The use of the Mountable Fragrance Dispenser provides a means of controlling and masking odors in a room in a manner which is quick, easy and effective.