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RE: now scents-

Thanks Theresa... 

Didn't want to waste my money and no achieve the results... might take a
ride to the tree farm and see if they have a deal on parts left behind
by others...

And no Jim... it doesn't smell like I cleaned the bathroom... well from
what I remember anyways:)


> Nah-no spray needed.  When you bring the branches into a warm house,
> volatile oils release the fragrance.  You'll even notice it in the car
> the way home if it's warm!
> Theresa

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