A Scent for Every Situation
Some fragrances are available only in certain Odor Buster products. Refer to the Odor Buster section for details.
Citrus oils generally come from the peels of ripe fruits. They are extracted by expression (pressing) or by steam distillation. Citrus oils are among the most volatile; they disperse quickly. They have fresh, zesty aromas that blend well with florals and spices.
Citrus Blossom- Orange top notes with floral body.
Fresh Orange- Fresh, natural orange.
Lemon Twist- Fresh lemon with a twist of orange.
Sunshine- Blend of orange and floral notes.
Fruit fragrances can come from the fruits themselves, as well as from barks, leaves, stems, and seeds. This category includes tree fruits and vine fruits. The scents are usually quite strong and long lasting. Some fruits blend well with spices and woods.
Apple Cider- Warm, fresh apple aroma.
Cherry Berry- Wild cherry and blueberry blend.
Golden Mango- Tropical fruit blend.
Honey Almond- Sweet nutty aroma.
Mulberries- Sweet fruit and berry mixture.
Red Raspberry- Sweet raspberry aroma.
Strawberries & Cream- Strawberry vanilla blend.
Wild Grape- Sweet grape scent.
Florals come from a wide variety of flowering plants. Their oils evaporate more slowly than citrus and herbaceous oils. They are expressed or steam distilled from petals. Some are extracted with solvents. Florals are extremely versatile; they blend well with oils from most groups.
Cloudburst- Fresh, clean citrus and floral mixture.
Lilac- Sweet floral fragrance.
Potpourri- Floral blend with clove dryout.
Trade Winds- Mixture of flowers and sandalwood.
Wild Flowers- Mixture of floral notes. Long dryout.
Herbs & Spices Family
These oils are steam distilled from leaves, roots, barks, seeds, and flowering tops of trees and herbal plants. They are strong, slow evaporating, and long lasting. Herbs and spices blend well with oils from most other groups, especially citrus and woods.
Baby Powder- Baby powder with slight rose fragrance.
Cinnamon Spice- Fresh cinnamon aroma.
Emerald Isle- Similar to Irish Spring soap.
English Spice- Mix of woodspice and cinnamon spice.
Mint Leaf- Blend of peppermint and spearmint.
Orange Spice- Oriental orangespice with floral dryout.
These oils come from various parts of trees, including roots, twigs, bark, needles, and the wood itself. Woodsy aromas can be sweet, bitter, green, or earthy. They are among the slowest evaporating and longest lasting oils. Woods blend well with florals and spices.
Vanilla Bean- Warm vanilla aroma. Long lasting.
Winter Woods- Evergreen with a floral twist.
Woodlands- Fine, cologne-like fragrance.
Woody Floral- Natural earthy floral blend.
Other / Specialty
We have a variety of unique fragrances that do not fit into any group. These include food-type aromas, cologne and perfume types, and seasonal fragrances. This category also includes neutral odor killers that contain little or no scent.
Coconut Cream- Blend of coconut and vanilla.
Odorless- No fragrance—for odor killing only.
Sparkling Water- Similar to Cool Water cologne.
Summer Breeze- Berries and apples with powdery base.