It has been a month now since I put the Dawn Simple Pleasures bottle on the office kitchen. I arrived easily at a consensus.
November 6th, 2007 update:
The basic rules of entertaining still prevail at the office. Covering the lunch time odors becomes an issue for the well-being of employees and to properly greet visitors.
Men and women like the smell of the new air freshener from the Dawn Simple Pleasures bottle. I tested drive Lemon & Tangerine because it appeared to be a no gender scent. I was right.
The only drawback is the strength of the perfume if you use it in a small closed room. Our office kitchen measures 11 by 13 feet. We have the habit to close the door. So on the morning, due to a reduced air circulation, the perfume is too present in the room for my taste. This happens even after a month of usage. If we leave the door open, the problem vanished.
I do not think you need to worry since most home kitchens are partially opened at the least. Leave the bottle over the counter and you will to enjoy its benefits while you are doing the dishes.
November 5th, 2007 update:
I did not remove the sticker on the back of the bottle and I kept the front sticker for when the perfume become too strong. You may want to do the same, especially if you like to bake. Obviously, this product is not for everyone and every situation. But in an office, it is an affordable option to refresh the daily smells from lunch time.
Dawn Simple Pleasures is available in three scents: Lemon & Tangerine, Apple & Pear and Water Lilly & Jasmine.
Learn more: Web site of Dawn Simple Pleasures by Procter & Gamble
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