A few years back, we changed the fragrance in Purple Haze from lavender to acai berry because we found out that old ladies were googling the bejeezus out of dark coloured car wax when all they wanted was a scented candle for the spare room.
Acai berry smells kind of delish, so we approved it, safe in the knowledge that old ladies will think acai’s some kind of foreign fruit Morrisons will never stock or a new martial art.
So if you like the way Purple Haze smells, then you’ll like the smell of Wacky Acai. It’s a tempting berry smell that’s not too sweet or over-powering. And it’s not too obvious. We love a bit of mystery just as much as Peter Andre.
Right, that’s the fragrance checked off.
On to usage… easy. Just spray it under your front seats or into the footwell carpet if it’s dark in colour. A couple of squirts will keep your car smelling fresh for a few days. There’s enough in this 100ml bottle for about 20-30 applications… potentially months of aromatic cabin action.
Storage – car glovebox, door bin or central console storage compartment. Always to hand, always handy. Especially if you give a lift to aromatically-challenged family members or pets.
Please note that spray air fresheners may stain light coloured headlining and overspray droplets may cause shiny spots. So wipe away any neat residue that falls on hard surfaces and avoid spraying onto light fabrics or materials. You may be able to squirt into ventilation grills but this usually leaves a residue that needs to be wiped off afterwards. The choice, dear customer, is yours. We just make the stuff.