After much (very much) persuasion from my daughter, we have now a new addition to the family – Bruce.
Bruce arrived with us from the Dogs home 3 weeks ago in a bit of a sorry state….he had been a stray and picked up by the dog warden in January – no-one had come forward to claim him and eventually found his way into our home. He is a beautiful cross staffie with a very soft temperament, approximately 10-12 months old. We have yet to master the ‘come back’ technique and so he is currently only being walked on a lead much to his chagrin!
Now, although we love him very much, I have begun to notice a distinct odour of ‘eau de dog’ when I get home from work, and am getting a little paranoid that other visitors will start to smell it as well. Consequently I spent last night at 10.15pm in the airfreshener aisle of the local supermarket, reading all the small print on the back of the cans to see which (if any) contain any sort of odour neutraliser. Some of them, although they smell beautiful, just dissipate and dont deal with the actual residual smell. Anyway you’ll be pleased to know that the chosen aerosol works perfectly (although i’ll let you know for definite after my mother has been for a visit – no holds barred there! )
So, the reason I chose Bruce as as my blog subject this week was just to highlight the fact that as well as all the pleasant fragrances we create and produce here (plus the smellies – just ask Dan Snow!), we also have a range of fragrances known as reodorants.
These are mainly used for industrial purposes for example, to mask the council tip smell to avoid annoying the local neighbours, or maybe to mask the paint smell for large paint manufacturers. Even on a small scale being used to freshen wheelie bins or summer festival chemical portaloos, along with a whole host of other smelly applications.
So if there are residual odour problems with the manufacture of your product that you feel one of our reodorants could help with, then please feel free to get in touch for a few samples…..until next week…..goodbye for now and enjoy the sunshine.