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It's hard to think an air spray would be different but this one is. The bottle is beautiful and it's the first one I've seen in plastic. Als

It's hard to think an air spray would be different but this one is. The bottle is beautiful and it's the first one I've seen in plastic. Also, it's a nice big button to press. I took this to work. Quite often, people will bring in sprays to the bathroom and leave them there so women can use them. I work at a huge place and trust me, this is needed. I always leave Poopourri there too. I sprayed it and left with the spray. When I returned about an hour later, there was a faint hint of it in the air. It lasted a very long time and I'm assuming it's the essential oils. It's now back home with me in our master bath. After I vacuumed today, I did spray a little in my living room. It's beautiful and different. You only need a quick spray. This stuff does have staying power. It's a complex scent. At first it smelled flowery but later it smelled woodsy. I can tell this is different and I think I'll purchase a new bottle when I'm done. It just looks so pretty too!

Finally. No fruity, pine nor seemingly neutral air fresheners. This is the first air freshener I've ever used that actually smells GOOD. As in, I wouldn't mind using this to liven up a room versus cover death by scent.

Yes, at $6 it's about 1.5x the price of competing products. But you barely need any, the bottle actually looks somewhat classy, it mists versus the defogger of doom, and the leave behind is pleasant.

Seriously: I'm never going back to another cheap air freshener again, let alone those stupid plug ins lasting 2 weeks at most. Well done, Glade people.

This new line of “fine fragrance mist” air freshener from Glade comes in a plastic bottle rather than a can. That’s certainly different. It’s labeled as “the Glade Atmosphere Collection” and the sample I got was called Coconut Beach Woods.

I can’t say that it smells much like coconut, but it does have a refreshing, outdoorsy odor that is very pleasant. The scent lingered in the air just right, not too heavy or sweet, but rather subtle, which I liked. I found myself thinking that it smells just right, and I guess that’s a good thing. The scent hung around long enough for me to decide I liked it and then disappeared, which is what an air freshener should do. In the end I decided I liked it very much and will probably look for this line in the grocery store to try whatever other scents they come out with. A winner and highly recommended.

This is a fine product from Glade. I like that it is made from essential oils, which give it a light yet effective scent for use throughout the house. For me, personally, this scent it a little on the sweet side, but it does smell very fresh. I like the see through bottle much better than an aerosol dispenser. Gone are the days of flowery, over-perfumed air freshener. This one is light and clean smelling. I would love to try the jasmine/cedarwood scent, too. 5 stars.

I have been moving away from aerosol air fresheners for a while now, because they had starting irritating my respiratory system. I typically diffuse using essential oils and even make homemade sprays with them. When I saw that Glade put out an air freshener that wasn't aerosol and was "infused with essential oils," I was intrigued. I have been using this continuously to really gauge how I feel about it, and my overall impression is somewhat mixed.

In one aspect, the scent is quite lovely. I do smell the light aroma of coconut in it, which is nice. The overall scent offers a somewhat fresh aroma, almost like clean laundry, but not particularly that usual "clean linen" scent that we all know. I actually like it a lot. I do wish that the fragrance lasted a bit longer, though. Upon initially spraying, it fills up the whole room and I then move onto another room, but when I make my rounds and get back to the first room, the scent is already gone.

I do like the non-aerosol spray option, it's cleaner and I don't have to worry about nasty propellants clogging our breathing space. Having said that, I did notice that this does tend to give me a little bit of a scratchy throat upon first spraying it. Luckily, it's a short lived irritation, but one that I thought would be worth mentioning. I checked the ingredient list and I am a bit concerned with how much of this is made using artificial fragrances verses true essential oils. There is a propriety blend that is not divulged, which always leaves me a little leery. While, I do enjoy this better than aerosol room fresheners, I am very particular where I spray it and who I spray it near.

Wow! Glade Atmosphere Collection Jasmine Cedarwood scent is quite unique. Unlike other spray fragrances, this one hangs around in the air for a while. It has a nice pump style applicator that ejects a fine mist into the air. The scent is nice - like good perfume.

This comes in a very lightweight, plastic bottle. The spray is clear and visible from the outside of the bottle. Perfect for the bathroom.

I will definitely buy this product in the future. It's worth the few extra bucks you spend, as the scent lingers.

I am going to keep one in my bathroom and one in my car, for times I need a little pick me up, scent wise.

I had no idea what the "beach woods" part would smell like, but I love coconut so I wanted to try it. The coconut is definitely identifiable, but unfortunately, the beach woods part is most unpleasant for me.

I love scented things, but I have a lot of allergies and I'm very picky because of it. This ends up with a cloyingly sweet, very pervasive smell. It's got some kind of baby powdery feel to it. Sort of like that "thick", hideous Diamonds perfume.

Put out a straight coconut and I'll be right there, but this "beach woods" stuff just gave me a headache.

Scent is highly subjective, though, so I'm going with 3 stars because those who like heavy, thick scents might enjoy this. It certainly does cover the area well, much to my pounding head's annoyance ;)

Glade's new air freshener is unlike any supermarket brand air conditioner I’ve used (and inevitably tossed). This actually smells good and lacks whatever the nasty under-scent is that always tells me I’m smelled the cheap canned stuff.

Coconut & Beachwoods smells primarily like coconut to me, with a whiff of freshness underneath – that must be the beach woods. A small spritz is all you need for a medium-sized room. I sprayed my large living room with a couple of spritzes, left for an hour, and when I came back, I could still smell the faint, pleasant odor.

I’m very sensitive to fragrances and most man-made ones make my sinuses twitch and give me a slight headache, but Glade’s new scent doesn’t set off any nasal alarm bells. It’s neither heavy nor cloying, just a lovely fresh scent. I'm very pleased with it.


I sprayed this across a small room to test the scent. It was pleasant but not really identifiable as to what it was. A few minutes later I returned and couldn’t smell a thing. Next I tried a larger bedroom and really misted it in the air. Again, nice, light and pleasant scent but it didn’t last more than a minute. Finally I sprayed the whole bottle throughout the house. Left it with closed doors and window and no heat pump on. When I returned two hours later neither I or the people I brought in with me could smell a thing. I really like light, nonintrusive scents but I do want some lingering effect, otherwise why bother at all? I don’t think I’d give this a second chance, too bad, it was quite pleasant on the immediate spray.
Jasmine and cedar is lovely fragrance, but you get a lot less than it appears. Photo for size. 6.2 oz = about half a soda can
This (Jasmine and Cedar wood) smells much better than the average air freshener, partially because it is not as strong. I do not smell much cedar smell initially, this is fairly floral when you first spray it but a little later there is some cedar odor.
It comes out in a fine mist and is easy to cover a large area.
I am docking a star as the bottle looks much larger than the amount of contents. There is a sort of inner bottle and then the outside is covered with a plastic wrap that makes it hard to tell how much is in it. I attached a photo for scale, if you note it is much larger than a soda can, but it holds about half as much as a soda can would (6.2oz for this bottle, vs 12 ounces in a can)
We got this for our guest bathroom that doesn't have a fan. The scent is fresh, definitely does the job, without being cloying or overpowering. Like the name suggests, sweet pea and pear, the scent is fruity with a hint of herbal accent, which I suppose is the sweet pea scent. The dispenser is nice with a modern flair. I like it that it's an aerosol pump rather than a spray.
It's amazing that one spritz of this and you can smell it in a room. Because of the coconut (I have coconut and beachwoods), it has a slightly sweet smell - with a touch of vanilla. It's not offensive or acrid. I hate sprays that have that bite or sting of something that just make my nose feel horrible. This is and easy going smell. It's hard to know how long it lasts because we get used to it. The only reason I took a star off is that it is more sweet than fresh in the scent. But that is a personal choice. I think I'm going to try a different one - maybe the Jasmine and Cedar Woods.
Glade's Jasmine/Sandalwood scent is distinctive in a few ways. The scent is pleasingly aromatic without being cloying or overbearing as some of the fruit and lavender aromas (that bane of bathrooms everywhere) can be. Others have noted one pump goes a long way and I would definitely reiterate that. You DON'T want to be holding down the pump and waving your arms like a distressed motorist as I see some apply their fragrances. It would be overdoing it to the point of gagging. I currently use Fabreeze and will definitely try a few more Glade scents. They're an improvement.
The Coconut and Beach Woods scent is excellent in the cold winter. No really, it reminds me of being on a beach and distracts me from the cold. A little goes a long way and the scent lasts so very much longer than any other air freshener I've ever used. The pump is really easy to use, sprays an even mist and like I said, a little goes a long way.
The Jasmine and Cedar Glade Fine Fragrance Mist is a truly wonderful fragrance, but the jasmine is a bit overpowering at first. Like perfume, there’s a dry down period and the cedar component emerges. Since neither jasmine nor cedar are my favorite, I like don’t love this iteration, but applaud Glade for coming up with air fresheners that don’t smell like them.
In all fairness, I spritzed this around the house before my very fragrance-picky husband came home from work. He sniffed the air and said, “Wow! What smells so good?”
This a wonderful smelling air mist. I got sweet pea and pear and just love the smell. It's fresh and not cloying. It's unique and I like that. It comes in a plastic bottle and not a can which is quite nice. It looks good and you can leave it out as it looks so nice. This is a great new product from Glade that I will continue to use.
for me personally, I'd rate this Glade Atmosphere Fine Fragrance Mist Air Freshener 5 stars.
it's the quality I'd expect from glade and smells great. But the main reason I chose it was because it wasn't an aerosol spray. I recently moved and the people I live with, aerosol sprays mess with their asthma. So I was hoping this would be different. NOPE. This still trigged an asthma attack for them.
So I gave it only 4 stars because if I were using this in the apartment i moved out of, I would easily rate this 5.
Scents are very personal, what one likes, somebody else might not. Well, I like this scent, because it’s new to me, it’s kind of exotic, but it’s not overwhelming. And the spray is a fine mist that goes all over the room. It lingers about a couple of hours only, so if one wants to freshen the room, it must be sprayed again. It’s the type of air freshener to have not only at home, but at the office. For those occasions when somebody’s lunch aroma spreads all over our small business, and opening a window it’s not an option.
+ Lovely sweet pea scent
+ You can get continuous spray but pressing and holding on the pump
+ Spray dispensed as a very fine mist so can cover a large area
- Seems very deceptive to get a half-full bottle. At first, I thought my bottle had leaked during shipment, but that's how they all are packaged.
- Spray mist doesn't evaporate but can create wet spots. Tips/warning on bottle mention wiping up spots to avoid slipping, etc. Inconvenient to have to worry about.
I really like that this is a pump spray and not aerosol. It is compact packaging and it sprays a fine mist - much better than an aerosol can. The bottle is plastic - similar to a hair spray bottle. I don't love the scent though. It smells stringer Thani would like and more like a perfume than a air freshener. It reminds me of when you get into an elevator and someone I there has put on too much perfume. Maybe another scent would be better for me. Otherwise great product & packaging.
Nice floral scent. Just beware that you need very little to get a good scent. Spraying too much would definitely be overbearing.
This air freshener expells from the can as if you're spraying a water bottle... a good, well-uniformed amount comes out at ones. Since the bottle sprayer is like this, the spray covers more of the area at once... it also comes out thick.
To me, it smells like a mixture of cinnamon and vanilla...I honestly do not smell the coconut...either way, it smells very fresh and light. The only downfall is...the smell doesn't last long.
This arrived frozen during the extreme cold spell here in the Northeast, but defrost after one day. The fragrance is very appealing and is similar to the seeet pea pear in Bath & Bodu works. Sprays a most and lasting smell. Very good!
The jasmine-cedarwood, I smell strong heavy floral fragrance oil, not essential oil. I could not smell the bottom note of cedar wood that would typically hold down a top notes such as jasmine. The ingredient list is generic: water, emulsifier, propellant, solublizer, fragrance, and preservative. Don’t know which of each category, therefor if you have allergies, asthma, or any other respiratory issues I would proceed with caution. On the front it states fragrance infused with essential oils. Not sure what that really means, is it a combination of infused oils, absolutes and essential oils?? Jasmine is an absolute, that is extracted using chemical solvents or a maceration in a fixed oil. And is definitely at the top end for price, while fragrance oils are fine, they are chemically created to mimic the smell however they tend to give off a fake perfume like scent. The only saving grace is the innovation of the continuous spray button and the nice plastic bottle with cap. Hold down to stream a continuous spray, a little goes a very long way.
This smells fantastic! I use it in the bathroom and the flowery scent wafts its way throughout the entire condo. I find it lasts quite a few days and is always a pleasant scent without being too overpowering.
I received the Jasmine and Cedar Wood scented mist. The jasmine is up front in the smell, it reminds me of a very heavy baby powder scent honestly. It lingers long enough to be pleasant but not overpowering. I have a micro apartment and this is perfect to freshen up the small space. The spray mechanism works flawlessly. Recommended product over aerosols.
This fragrance is so light and delicate. I love that it sprays wide and only takes two sprays to fill a large room. The mist floats in the room, and gives you the feeling of being in the garden.
I love this freshener. Leaves a light delicate fragrance that lasts longer and you can really feel an exquisite coconut scent. It’s like I travel back to the condo in Sanibel, Florida. It is delicious. I not only spray some in the room but also in the bedroom to the comforters and pillows, sofa and rugs. It’s like magic in a little bottle.
Air fresheners often give me severe sinus headaches, which is why I have rarely ever used them. This Glade sweet pea & pear one interestingly does not. It's a nice pear scent, too, that lingers for hours. Thus, I'm happy with it, although it won't replace my essential oil diffuser and my peppermint oil.
I like this Glade mist in Sweet Pea. It is a little overpowering for me when first spraying but it dissipates pretty quickly and the scent tones down. I wouldn’t want this scent to linger any longer than it does, it is nice to freshener up a room.
This smells wonderful. It does leave what it touches damp but the smell does linger for a bit but only a few minutes so that’s a little disappointing. The bottle is cute also, no peel away labels - it’s more embedded in the bottle.
Like Most: The spritzer is pretty cool. The smell is great and lasted quite awhile. I sprayed about three sprays and it was heavenly. I am going to keep using this. I received the sweet pea pear sent.
Like Least: Nothing.
PROS: It smells great and the fragrance lasts. The mist is fine so that it doesn’t create a wet mess like some other non-aerosol sprays.
CONS: I’m not sure why the bottle is so big. It looks half empty.
I love the scent (coconut), but the warnings on the bottle are a little disturbing. I didn't see any ingredients that made me cautious to use it. Again, the scent is very nice and lingers. It does mask odors.
I am not a coconut fan, but my teenage daughter is. This scent is actually pleasant. Subtle and not too chemical smelling. I think that it smells fine and everyone else really enjoys it.
Wow. I am impressed. This fragrance mist smells absolutely great. You need very little to have the room smelling great. Jasmine and cedar wood is a great combination.

It’s the same sweet pea sent but really strong so a little goes a long way.

Smells great! I love the packaging and the super fine mist!

This air freshener would likely have been considered average but it does have a few positive points and unfortunately a few negative points.
On the plus side, the main reason you buy air freshener, is it isn’t overpowering or artificial smelling, it leaves the room flowery that’s true but there aren’t a lot of alternatives to that if you are fond of using air fresheners. It’s not a very strong fragrance so if you’re trying to mask heavy odors this may not be the product for you.
Also in the plus column is that it is a liquid in a clear bottle with a mechanical pump as opposed to an aerosol in a metal can. So you’re not breathing in fluorocarbons and you can see exactly how much is left.
How much is left is the sore point. They put it in a bottle that looks like it will last a long time. If you think that’s true, it’s not, in fact the bottle is only filled half way. They are cagey and use a semi-opaque wrap to hide that but it’s easy to see if you hold the bottle up to the light. That took a lot away from being able to consider this product an acceptable value at a price that’s twice or more what a typical can of air freshener would cost. And it also borders on being purposely misleading, a disappointment for a company with a reputation like Glade. I assume the fluid ounces stated on the bottle are honest but that’s not the point for the price I would expect to get a full bottle.
Overall the product is fine, the value is not.
Too sweet for me. If I were a teen-age girl or a woman who just loves sweet scents this would have gotten five stars.
I did like the package design and the fine mist spray.
Would love to try it in something with citrus or pine scents.
This is just awful. It's pure perfume and doesn't smell remotely like any beach I've ever been at. If you concentrate, you can pick up the faintest hint of coconut, but that's it. The synthetic perfume in this product is so overpowering, I was still coughing a few hours afterward. It gave me a headache, too. And I hadn't even sprayed much at all -- only three very tiny squirts. I had to throw this away.

I wish it lasted in the air longer but I love it because it isn't a aerosol and I feel like it is safer overall compared to other products. Smells great!

This is a really nice product. It looks gorgeous. Usually fragrance sprays are not 'classy or stylish' but this is a gorgeous bottle. Its plastic which I personally think is nicer than the metal ones. The scent is a touch heavy so a very small spray goes a very long way. The oils are awesome. The scent lasts and lasts.

It is Jasmine, lady apples, sweetheart rose petals, and cedarwood. It is a complex mix that is gorgeous and very enticing. A very small spray goes a long way and it is based with oils so be cautious in rooms without carpeting. I took it and did a light spritz on my curtains and on each of my runners in my home. It was perfect. Not overwhelming but you could smell a light fragrance.

The price is fair because this bottle will last a long time. With cheap sprays they barely linger...this has real staying power

I like this air freshener. It sprays fine mist, and a little bit goes a long way. It smells like coconuts and wood, very pleasant and it stays for a long time. The smell is not overpowering. Interesting thing about the bottle is that it is clear in the lower part so the contents is visible. It is unusual for an aerosol product.

Ultimately, you want to know if this is worth an extra $2-$3 on top of what a typical can of Glade will cost you. In a word, "YES!" This is definitely a step up from typical air freshener sprays. The spray smells 100% natural with no foul soapy or chemical smells. Just gorgeous, lush, soft, floral notes that linger for hours and smell absolutely wonderful. It's homey and romantic and relaxing in one. Definitely an accent to a nice clean space than a heavy chemical meant to cover up odors. I will definitely be trying the other scents as soon as this one runs out. Well worth the price of purchase.

Who doesn't love the scent of coconut, apparently lots of people. I think this spray is reminiscent of the beach and has a nice light scent. I like the fine mist that the bottle produces but it doesn't really cover any odors as much as quickly replace them with coconut then dissipate, leaving the offending scent behind. For lighter scents or just a quick room freshener, this is fine. I wouldn't put it in my bathroom and expect it to be helpful.

I don't use air fresheners often since I prefer incense and scented candles, but there are times I want a quick spray of fragrance when lighting candles or incense is not practical or I'll be leaving soon and not be home to attend to them. But I don't often find sprays like that much. Some smell too strong and fake. I really like this Glade Atmosphere fine fragrance Mist though. I tried the Coconut and Beach Wood scent and really like it. It comes out in a very fine mist, and I am able to spray just a quick, light spray. I would like to try the other scents sometime too. As for the bottle not being full, I am sure those spray cans you can't see through are also not totally full. Seven to eight ounces is typical for these types of spray bottles and products. If I am not getting quite that much in this Glade Atmosphere, it's okay, because I actually like it and will use it. There are other air freshener sprays I've tried and I had to throw out because they bother my allergies or the scent was much too strong. This one seems more balanced.

This is a definite step up from the traditional spray cans I remember in our bathroom as a child. This is a pretty bottle with an easy to use spray nozzle. Love that it is plastic and a smaller convenient size. It smells nice and not cheap as others often smell. Now I need to try out the other scents.
It's hard to think an air spray would be different but this one is. The bottle is beautiful and it's the first one I've seen in plastic. Also, it's a nice big button to press. I took this to work. Quite often, people will bring in sprays to the bathroom and leave them there so women can use them. I work at a huge place and trust me, this is needed. I always leave Poopourri there too. I sprayed it and left with the spray. When I returned about an hour later, there was a faint hint of it in the air. It lasted a very long time and I'm assuming it's the essential oils. It's now back home with me in our master bath. After I vacuumed today, I did spray a little in my living room. It's beautiful and different. You only need a quick spray. This stuff does have staying power. It's a complex scent. At first it smelled flowery but later it smelled woodsy. I can tell this is different and I think I'll purchase a new bottle when I'm done. It just looks so pretty too!

Finally. No fruity, pine nor seemingly neutral air fresheners. This is the first air freshener I've ever used that actually smells GOOD. As in, I wouldn't mind using this to liven up a room versus cover death by scent.

Yes, at $6 it's about 1.5x the price of competing products. But you barely need any, the bottle actually looks somewhat classy, it mists versus the defogger of doom, and the leave behind is pleasant.

Seriously: I'm never going back to another cheap air freshener again, let alone those stupid plug ins lasting 2 weeks at most. Well done, Glade people.

This new line of “fine fragrance mist” air freshener from Glade comes in a plastic bottle rather than a can. That’s certainly different. It’s labeled as “the Glade Atmosphere Collection” and the sample I got was called Coconut Beach Woods.

I can’t say that it smells much like coconut, but it does have a refreshing, outdoorsy odor that is very pleasant. The scent lingered in the air just right, not too heavy or sweet, but rather subtle, which I liked. I found myself thinking that it smells just right, and I guess that’s a good thing. The scent hung around long enough for me to decide I liked it and then disappeared, which is what an air freshener should do. In the end I decided I liked it very much and will probably look for this line in the grocery store to try whatever other scents they come out with. A winner and highly recommended.

This is a fine product from Glade. I like that it is made from essential oils, which give it a light yet effective scent for use throughout the house. For me, personally, this scent it a little on the sweet side, but it does smell very fresh. I like the see through bottle much better than an aerosol dispenser. Gone are the days of flowery, over-perfumed air freshener. This one is light and clean smelling. I would love to try the jasmine/cedarwood scent, too. 5 stars.

I have been moving away from aerosol air fresheners for a while now, because they had starting irritating my respiratory system. I typically diffuse using essential oils and even make homemade sprays with them. When I saw that Glade put out an air freshener that wasn't aerosol and was "infused with essential oils," I was intrigued. I have been using this continuously to really gauge how I feel about it, and my overall impression is somewhat mixed.

In one aspect, the scent is quite lovely. I do smell the light aroma of coconut in it, which is nice. The overall scent offers a somewhat fresh aroma, almost like clean laundry, but not particularly that usual "clean linen" scent that we all know. I actually like it a lot. I do wish that the fragrance lasted a bit longer, though. Upon initially spraying, it fills up the whole room and I then move onto another room, but when I make my rounds and get back to the first room, the scent is already gone.

I do like the non-aerosol spray option, it's cleaner and I don't have to worry about nasty propellants clogging our breathing space. Having said that, I did notice that this does tend to give me a little bit of a scratchy throat upon first spraying it. Luckily, it's a short lived irritation, but one that I thought would be worth mentioning. I checked the ingredient list and I am a bit concerned with how much of this is made using artificial fragrances verses true essential oils. There is a propriety blend that is not divulged, which always leaves me a little leery. While, I do enjoy this better than aerosol room fresheners, I am very particular where I spray it and who I spray it near.

Wow! Glade Atmosphere Collection Jasmine Cedarwood scent is quite unique. Unlike other spray fragrances, this one hangs around in the air for a while. It has a nice pump style applicator that ejects a fine mist into the air. The scent is nice - like good perfume.

This comes in a very lightweight, plastic bottle. The spray is clear and visible from the outside of the bottle. Perfect for the bathroom.

I will definitely buy this product in the future. It's worth the few extra bucks you spend, as the scent lingers.

I am going to keep one in my bathroom and one in my car, for times I need a little pick me up, scent wise.

I had no idea what the "beach woods" part would smell like, but I love coconut so I wanted to try it. The coconut is definitely identifiable, but unfortunately, the beach woods part is most unpleasant for me.

I love scented things, but I have a lot of allergies and I'm very picky because of it. This ends up with a cloyingly sweet, very pervasive smell. It's got some kind of baby powdery feel to it. Sort of like that "thick", hideous Diamonds perfume.

Put out a straight coconut and I'll be right there, but this "beach woods" stuff just gave me a headache.

Scent is highly subjective, though, so I'm going with 3 stars because those who like heavy, thick scents might enjoy this. It certainly does cover the area well, much to my pounding head's annoyance ;)

Glade's new air freshener is unlike any supermarket brand air conditioner I’ve used (and inevitably tossed). This actually smells good and lacks whatever the nasty under-scent is that always tells me I’m smelled the cheap canned stuff.

Coconut & Beachwoods smells primarily like coconut to me, with a whiff of freshness underneath – that must be the beach woods. A small spritz is all you need for a medium-sized room. I sprayed my large living room with a couple of spritzes, left for an hour, and when I came back, I could still smell the faint, pleasant odor.

I’m very sensitive to fragrances and most man-made ones make my sinuses twitch and give me a slight headache, but Glade’s new scent doesn’t set off any nasal alarm bells. It’s neither heavy nor cloying, just a lovely fresh scent. I'm very pleased with it.


I sprayed this across a small room to test the scent. It was pleasant but not really identifiable as to what it was. A few minutes later I returned and couldn’t smell a thing. Next I tried a larger bedroom and really misted it in the air. Again, nice, light and pleasant scent but it didn’t last more than a minute. Finally I sprayed the whole bottle throughout the house. Left it with closed doors and window and no heat pump on. When I returned two hours later neither I or the people I brought in with me could smell a thing. I really like light, nonintrusive scents but I do want some lingering effect, otherwise why bother at all? I don’t think I’d give this a second chance, too bad, it was quite pleasant on the immediate spray.
Jasmine and cedar is lovely fragrance, but you get a lot less than it appears. Photo for size. 6.2 oz = about half a soda can
This (Jasmine and Cedar wood) smells much better than the average air freshener, partially because it is not as strong. I do not smell much cedar smell initially, this is fairly floral when you first spray it but a little later there is some cedar odor.
It comes out in a fine mist and is easy to cover a large area.
I am docking a star as the bottle looks much larger than the amount of contents. There is a sort of inner bottle and then the outside is covered with a plastic wrap that makes it hard to tell how much is in it. I attached a photo for scale, if you note it is much larger than a soda can, but it holds about half as much as a soda can would (6.2oz for this bottle, vs 12 ounces in a can)
We got this for our guest bathroom that doesn't have a fan. The scent is fresh, definitely does the job, without being cloying or overpowering. Like the name suggests, sweet pea and pear, the scent is fruity with a hint of herbal accent, which I suppose is the sweet pea scent. The dispenser is nice with a modern flair. I like it that it's an aerosol pump rather than a spray.
It's amazing that one spritz of this and you can smell it in a room. Because of the coconut (I have coconut and beachwoods), it has a slightly sweet smell - with a touch of vanilla. It's not offensive or acrid. I hate sprays that have that bite or sting of something that just make my nose feel horrible. This is and easy going smell. It's hard to know how long it lasts because we get used to it. The only reason I took a star off is that it is more sweet than fresh in the scent. But that is a personal choice. I think I'm going to try a different one - maybe the Jasmine and Cedar Woods.
Glade's Jasmine/Sandalwood scent is distinctive in a few ways. The scent is pleasingly aromatic without being cloying or overbearing as some of the fruit and lavender aromas (that bane of bathrooms everywhere) can be. Others have noted one pump goes a long way and I would definitely reiterate that. You DON'T want to be holding down the pump and waving your arms like a distressed motorist as I see some apply their fragrances. It would be overdoing it to the point of gagging. I currently use Fabreeze and will definitely try a few more Glade scents. They're an improvement.
The Coconut and Beach Woods scent is excellent in the cold winter. No really, it reminds me of being on a beach and distracts me from the cold. A little goes a long way and the scent lasts so very much longer than any other air freshener I've ever used. The pump is really easy to use, sprays an even mist and like I said, a little goes a long way.
The Jasmine and Cedar Glade Fine Fragrance Mist is a truly wonderful fragrance, but the jasmine is a bit overpowering at first. Like perfume, there’s a dry down period and the cedar component emerges. Since neither jasmine nor cedar are my favorite, I like don’t love this iteration, but applaud Glade for coming up with air fresheners that don’t smell like them.
In all fairness, I spritzed this around the house before my very fragrance-picky husband came home from work. He sniffed the air and said, “Wow! What smells so good?”
This a wonderful smelling air mist. I got sweet pea and pear and just love the smell. It's fresh and not cloying. It's unique and I like that. It comes in a plastic bottle and not a can which is quite nice. It looks good and you can leave it out as it looks so nice. This is a great new product from Glade that I will continue to use.
for me personally, I'd rate this Glade Atmosphere Fine Fragrance Mist Air Freshener 5 stars.
it's the quality I'd expect from glade and smells great. But the main reason I chose it was because it wasn't an aerosol spray. I recently moved and the people I live with, aerosol sprays mess with their asthma. So I was hoping this would be different. NOPE. This still trigged an asthma attack for them.
So I gave it only 4 stars because if I were using this in the apartment i moved out of, I would easily rate this 5.
Scents are very personal, what one likes, somebody else might not. Well, I like this scent, because it’s new to me, it’s kind of exotic, but it’s not overwhelming. And the spray is a fine mist that goes all over the room. It lingers about a couple of hours only, so if one wants to freshen the room, it must be sprayed again. It’s the type of air freshener to have not only at home, but at the office. For those occasions when somebody’s lunch aroma spreads all over our small business, and opening a window it’s not an option.
+ Lovely sweet pea scent
+ You can get continuous spray but pressing and holding on the pump
+ Spray dispensed as a very fine mist so can cover a large area
- Seems very deceptive to get a half-full bottle. At first, I thought my bottle had leaked during shipment, but that's how they all are packaged.
- Spray mist doesn't evaporate but can create wet spots. Tips/warning on bottle mention wiping up spots to avoid slipping, etc. Inconvenient to have to worry about.
I really like that this is a pump spray and not aerosol. It is compact packaging and it sprays a fine mist - much better than an aerosol can. The bottle is plastic - similar to a hair spray bottle. I don't love the scent though. It smells stringer Thani would like and more like a perfume than a air freshener. It reminds me of when you get into an elevator and someone I there has put on too much perfume. Maybe another scent would be better for me. Otherwise great product & packaging.
Nice floral scent. Just beware that you need very little to get a good scent. Spraying too much would definitely be overbearing.
This air freshener expells from the can as if you're spraying a water bottle... a good, well-uniformed amount comes out at ones. Since the bottle sprayer is like this, the spray covers more of the area at once... it also comes out thick.
To me, it smells like a mixture of cinnamon and vanilla...I honestly do not smell the coconut...either way, it smells very fresh and light. The only downfall is...the smell doesn't last long.
This arrived frozen during the extreme cold spell here in the Northeast, but defrost after one day. The fragrance is very appealing and is similar to the seeet pea pear in Bath & Bodu works. Sprays a most and lasting smell. Very good!
The jasmine-cedarwood, I smell strong heavy floral fragrance oil, not essential oil. I could not smell the bottom note of cedar wood that would typically hold down a top notes such as jasmine. The ingredient list is generic: water, emulsifier, propellant, solublizer, fragrance, and preservative. Don’t know which of each category, therefor if you have allergies, asthma, or any other respiratory issues I would proceed with caution. On the front it states fragrance infused with essential oils. Not sure what that really means, is it a combination of infused oils, absolutes and essential oils?? Jasmine is an absolute, that is extracted using chemical solvents or a maceration in a fixed oil. And is definitely at the top end for price, while fragrance oils are fine, they are chemically created to mimic the smell however they tend to give off a fake perfume like scent. The only saving grace is the innovation of the continuous spray button and the nice plastic bottle with cap. Hold down to stream a continuous spray, a little goes a very long way.
This smells fantastic! I use it in the bathroom and the flowery scent wafts its way throughout the entire condo. I find it lasts quite a few days and is always a pleasant scent without being too overpowering.
I received the Jasmine and Cedar Wood scented mist. The jasmine is up front in the smell, it reminds me of a very heavy baby powder scent honestly. It lingers long enough to be pleasant but not overpowering. I have a micro apartment and this is perfect to freshen up the small space. The spray mechanism works flawlessly. Recommended product over aerosols.
This fragrance is so light and delicate. I love that it sprays wide and only takes two sprays to fill a large room. The mist floats in the room, and gives you the feeling of being in the garden.
I love this freshener. Leaves a light delicate fragrance that lasts longer and you can really feel an exquisite coconut scent. It’s like I travel back to the condo in Sanibel, Florida. It is delicious. I not only spray some in the room but also in the bedroom to the comforters and pillows, sofa and rugs. It’s like magic in a little bottle.
Air fresheners often give me severe sinus headaches, which is why I have rarely ever used them. This Glade sweet pea & pear one interestingly does not. It's a nice pear scent, too, that lingers for hours. Thus, I'm happy with it, although it won't replace my essential oil diffuser and my peppermint oil.
I like this Glade mist in Sweet Pea. It is a little overpowering for me when first spraying but it dissipates pretty quickly and the scent tones down. I wouldn’t want this scent to linger any longer than it does, it is nice to freshener up a room.
This smells wonderful. It does leave what it touches damp but the smell does linger for a bit but only a few minutes so that’s a little disappointing. The bottle is cute also, no peel away labels - it’s more embedded in the bottle.
Like Most: The spritzer is pretty cool. The smell is great and lasted quite awhile. I sprayed about three sprays and it was heavenly. I am going to keep using this. I received the sweet pea pear sent.
Like Least: Nothing.
PROS: It smells great and the fragrance lasts. The mist is fine so that it doesn’t create a wet mess like some other non-aerosol sprays.
CONS: I’m not sure why the bottle is so big. It looks half empty.
I love the scent (coconut), but the warnings on the bottle are a little disturbing. I didn't see any ingredients that made me cautious to use it. Again, the scent is very nice and lingers. It does mask odors.
I am not a coconut fan, but my teenage daughter is. This scent is actually pleasant. Subtle and not too chemical smelling. I think that it smells fine and everyone else really enjoys it.
Wow. I am impressed. This fragrance mist smells absolutely great. You need very little to have the room smelling great. Jasmine and cedar wood is a great combination.

It’s the same sweet pea sent but really strong so a little goes a long way.

Smells great! I love the packaging and the super fine mist!

This air freshener would likely have been considered average but it does have a few positive points and unfortunately a few negative points.
On the plus side, the main reason you buy air freshener, is it isn’t overpowering or artificial smelling, it leaves the room flowery that’s true but there aren’t a lot of alternatives to that if you are fond of using air fresheners. It’s not a very strong fragrance so if you’re trying to mask heavy odors this may not be the product for you.
Also in the plus column is that it is a liquid in a clear bottle with a mechanical pump as opposed to an aerosol in a metal can. So you’re not breathing in fluorocarbons and you can see exactly how much is left.
How much is left is the sore point. They put it in a bottle that looks like it will last a long time. If you think that’s true, it’s not, in fact the bottle is only filled half way. They are cagey and use a semi-opaque wrap to hide that but it’s easy to see if you hold the bottle up to the light. That took a lot away from being able to consider this product an acceptable value at a price that’s twice or more what a typical can of air freshener would cost. And it also borders on being purposely misleading, a disappointment for a company with a reputation like Glade. I assume the fluid ounces stated on the bottle are honest but that’s not the point for the price I would expect to get a full bottle.
Overall the product is fine, the value is not.
Too sweet for me. If I were a teen-age girl or a woman who just loves sweet scents this would have gotten five stars.
I did like the package design and the fine mist spray.
Would love to try it in something with citrus or pine scents.
This is just awful. It's pure perfume and doesn't smell remotely like any beach I've ever been at. If you concentrate, you can pick up the faintest hint of coconut, but that's it. The synthetic perfume in this product is so overpowering, I was still coughing a few hours afterward. It gave me a headache, too. And I hadn't even sprayed much at all -- only three very tiny squirts. I had to throw this away.

I wish it lasted in the air longer but I love it because it isn't a aerosol and I feel like it is safer overall compared to other products. Smells great!

This is a really nice product. It looks gorgeous. Usually fragrance sprays are not 'classy or stylish' but this is a gorgeous bottle. Its plastic which I personally think is nicer than the metal ones. The scent is a touch heavy so a very small spray goes a very long way. The oils are awesome. The scent lasts and lasts.

It is Jasmine, lady apples, sweetheart rose petals, and cedarwood. It is a complex mix that is gorgeous and very enticing. A very small spray goes a long way and it is based with oils so be cautious in rooms without carpeting. I took it and did a light spritz on my curtains and on each of my runners in my home. It was perfect. Not overwhelming but you could smell a light fragrance.

The price is fair because this bottle will last a long time. With cheap sprays they barely linger...this has real staying power

I like this air freshener. It sprays fine mist, and a little bit goes a long way. It smells like coconuts and wood, very pleasant and it stays for a long time. The smell is not overpowering. Interesting thing about the bottle is that it is clear in the lower part so the contents is visible. It is unusual for an aerosol product.

Ultimately, you want to know if this is worth an extra $2-$3 on top of what a typical can of Glade will cost you. In a word, "YES!" This is definitely a step up from typical air freshener sprays. The spray smells 100% natural with no foul soapy or chemical smells. Just gorgeous, lush, soft, floral notes that linger for hours and smell absolutely wonderful. It's homey and romantic and relaxing in one. Definitely an accent to a nice clean space than a heavy chemical meant to cover up odors. I will definitely be trying the other scents as soon as this one runs out. Well worth the price of purchase.

Who doesn't love the scent of coconut, apparently lots of people. I think this spray is reminiscent of the beach and has a nice light scent. I like the fine mist that the bottle produces but it doesn't really cover any odors as much as quickly replace them with coconut then dissipate, leaving the offending scent behind. For lighter scents or just a quick room freshener, this is fine. I wouldn't put it in my bathroom and expect it to be helpful.

I don't use air fresheners often since I prefer incense and scented candles, but there are times I want a quick spray of fragrance when lighting candles or incense is not practical or I'll be leaving soon and not be home to attend to them. But I don't often find sprays like that much. Some smell too strong and fake. I really like this Glade Atmosphere fine fragrance Mist though. I tried the Coconut and Beach Wood scent and really like it. It comes out in a very fine mist, and I am able to spray just a quick, light spray. I would like to try the other scents sometime too. As for the bottle not being full, I am sure those spray cans you can't see through are also not totally full. Seven to eight ounces is typical for these types of spray bottles and products. If I am not getting quite that much in this Glade Atmosphere, it's okay, because I actually like it and will use it. There are other air freshener sprays I've tried and I had to throw out because they bother my allergies or the scent was much too strong. This one seems more balanced.

This is a definite step up from the traditional spray cans I remember in our bathroom as a child. This is a pretty bottle with an easy to use spray nozzle. Love that it is plastic and a smaller convenient size. It smells nice and not cheap as others often smell. Now I need to try out the other scents.
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