Spring Fresh Air Freshener Sticks - Pack of 5 for DC40 I

Stock Number: ES929914

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Rated 3.7 out of 5 (61 customer reviews)

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Vacuum Cleaners that use dust bags

Description

Spread spring freshness as you vacuum with these dust bag fragrance sticks. They easily fit all bagged model vacuum cleaners - simply place one stick in the vacuum bag each time you replace it. 

  • Includes: pack of 5 sticks
  • Spring Fresh fragrance

Order yours today for happy cleaning. Your vacuum cleaner will thank you for it.

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Rated 3.7 out of 5 (61 customer reviews)
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  • Cant smell it

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    By - london

    Not really meant for a dyson but I tried putting one under the air filter. Cant smell a thing.
  • Not very smelly

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    By - Norfolk

    The sticks fit into bag ok. But in use not much smell at all. Disappointed that they didn't leave a nice smell around the room.
  • No smell

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    By - London

    Waste of money no smell would not recommend . Useless

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  • Q My Dyson DC07 does smell. Can I put these in the dust/dirt collecting box? 1 Answer

    By Little old lady - Southampton - 20 March 2012

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      These fresheners should only be used with vacuums that use bags.

      By Caitlin eSpares Staff - 22 March 2012

  • Q The Dyson DC07 has no bag, where do these sticks go? 1 Answer

    By old cleaner wizard - 07 November 2010

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      Hello old cleaner wizard, you don't need these sticks in Dysons - they're only needed for bagged models which emit a musty smell!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 01 December 2010