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Chemical Guys is renowned for making the highest quality car care products: from car wash soaps, to beautiful wax coatings, it seems like Chemical Guys makes it all. Now detailing fans can enjoy their three most favorite air freshener scents in one convenient kit: New Car Scent, Leather Scent, and Signature Scent.
Use These Air Fresheners To:
New Car Scent
New cars smell fresh and clean inside, but it means so much more beyond that. Buying a new car comes from successful achievement. It comes with new jobs, new opportunities, a lifetime of saving and learning, and out of skillful negotiation with a shady car salesman. Sitting inside and breathing in a new car means more than just enjoying a new set of wheels: it’s a celebration of who you are, where you came from, and where you are going.
Chemical Guys Leather Scent is more than just an air freshener: it’s an odor eliminator. Leather Scent freshens any space with the distinct musk of freshly-tanned fine leather. Fine leather smells fresh, clean, rich, and aromatic. Besides the look and feel, one of the most loved parts of leather seats, upholstery, apparel, and accessories is its refined and luxurious smell.
This fun fragrance evokes memories made on the shiny brass poles and in the shadowy private booths of elegant clubs. Was her name Summer? Candy? Cinnamon? Even if you couldn’t take her home, here’s a keepsake for every occasion! Tired of foul smells ruining your boring routine? Clear the air with a spritz of good memories and exciting times with Stripper Scent Air Freshener & Odor Eliminator!
1 – 5 Minutes
|Ingredient INCI Name||Ingredient CAS Number||Ingredient Category||Ingredient Function|
|Sodium Xylenesulphonate||1300-72-7||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Diluent|
|Scent||Not Known||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Fragrance|
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for this product can be downloaded from our website. Please note that OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard has different disclosure requirements than California's "Cleaning Products Right to Know Act of 2017." Therefore, information listed in Section 3 of the SDS may not exactly match the information in this disclosure.