One of the things I’ve noticed about cooking is that it makes the entire house smell. I now fully understand how someone can wake up to the smell of bacon. However sometimes you don’t want to keep smelling that bacon. When it’s 4PM and you’re coming back from the grocery store, stale bacon smell doesn’t smell good anymore. One solution to help address household odors are the new David Oreck Pure Air Candles.
About David Oreck Pure Air Candles
One of the most important things in a candle is the fragrance. The Pure Air candles have a great clean linen fragrance. It’s fresh and light without being too strong. These candles are made with non-toxic 100% vegetable wax, which is another great benefit.But let’s cut to the chase – do these candles work?
I lit the David Oreck Pure Air candle in the kitchen before a breakfast cooking session – the works – greasy bacon (which always fills the whole house with bacon smell), eggs, and tater tots. These candles work by releasing “counteractants” which “consume” the enzymes present with bad odors. By eliminating those enzymes, it gets rid of any stinky smells and instead leaves the fragrance of the candle. After breakfast, I walked into another room to “reset” my nose to non-bacon-y air (since you get used to smells.) I walked back out a few minutes later and there was no bacon smell in the house. It was like the candle attacked all of the smells in the kitchen, which prevented the odors from moving throughout the house. It was amazing.
As just a candle, I love Pure Air Candles. They smell wonderful and burn evenly, leaving my home smelling great. But as an odor eliminating candle, I think these are awesome. I was impressed at how well the candle addressed the odors in each room it was placed. I’m tempted to pick up a few more candles so each room can have it’s own dedicated odor-eliminating candle.
The David Oreck Pure Air candles are available in 3 sizes: 3″ x 3″ pillar, 11.6oz and 22oz. jars. You can purchase David Oreck Pure Air candles by calling 1-800-464-1450 or by visiting their website at www.davidoreckcandles.com.
David Oreck Pure Air Candles Online
The WiC Project Pure Air Candle Giveaway
One winner will receive a 22 oz. David Oreck Pure Air Candle Jar.
This giveaway ended on September 20, 2011 and is now closed.
Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.