Why we now expect Air Fresheners in public spaces
Did you know that you can detect over 10,000 different smells, thanks to the 12 million olfactory receptor cells in your nose? Furthermore, research has proven that smell has the power to affect an individual’s mood, emotions and even memory, so make a point of surrounding yourself with great smells and you will increase your chances of having a happier life without forgetting any great experiences.
However, we cannot help but come across some awful smells in our everyday activities, smells that cause us to frown, become angry all of a sudden, and want to head in the opposite direction of where the smell is coming from.
Modern society does not accept offensive odours and lingering smells as perhaps our forebears did in not so distant times. But perhaps it was simpler for them to remove the source of the odour by opening a window or door? Or are we just more sensitive to smells in the 21st century?
Irrespective, it’s now no longer acceptable in a public building or space for users to be assaulted with various pongs, many of which invoke a reaction of distaste, even horror and we now look to Air Fresheners to solve the problem. Air fresheners are now all pervasive within indoor built environments, such as workplaces, schools, housing, transportation, hotels, hospitals, care facilities, and a range of private and public buildings. Air fresheners are designed to impart an aroma to the air environment or to mask odours, with the intent of creating a pleasing indoor space. Read more