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UniBond Aero 360 Pure

UniBond is driving the growth in the Moisture Absorbers category by 285%. This is one of the fastest growing categories in the DIY/Household sector and is driven primarily by the Aero 360 device and refills.

A typical family produces on average 12 litres of water a day through household activities like cooking, taking a shower or bath, washing and even turning the central heating on.

By absorbing excess moisture from the air, UniBond Moisture Absorbers protects your property from damage and improves your comfort. In addition it helps prevent the development of mould and dust mites, which could cause allergies

They can also create a special ambiance at home with the NEW aromatherapy fragrance refills. The refills are fragranced with Relaxing Lavender, Energising Fruit Sensations, and the NEW Comforting Vanilla.

The portfolio has recently been extended with the introduction of ‘Mini’ devices suitable for small spaces like closets, utility rooms or wardrobes.

http://www.moisture-absorbers.unibond.co.uk/en.html

 

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