Air care system is Good Sense


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Good Sense is a new global air care brand launched by Johnson Wax Professional (JWP). Described as a complete automatic air care system, it is designed to create a fresh and pleasant environment in any room and comprises a dispenser with a comprehensive range of new fragrances. The new improved Good Sense system ­ formerly known as Gladematic ­ consists of a battery-driven, wall-mounted dispenser that releases a small dose of concentrated air freshener into the atmosphere at pre-set intervals (every 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours). The dispenser has a number of new features including a redesigned nozzle to spray at 900, a lockable mechanism and a light sensitive photocell. JWP says the unit is easy to maintain with its dual colour LED giving clear indications on whether to change the refill or the batteries. For more information about Good Sense, or air care in general, please call Johnson Wax Professional free on 0800 525525.





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