If the smell of a used ashtray is a problem in your favorite smoking area and you want to have some variety in how you freshen it up, Whiff Industries has announced the launch of two new scents for its ashtray deodorizing powder.

At the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, two new scents will be released, Vintage and Rustic, though the company did not provide details on just what the two new scents smell like. They join the company’s original scent, which is described as a “fresh, clean aroma.”

“Our objective is to provide a product that is of the highest quality and provides an odor neutralization of your ashtray long after your tobacco product of choice has been enjoyed.” said Michael Howard, Director of Sales, Whiff Industries.

The two new scents are only available in the powdered option–the company also offers spray deodorizers–and are priced at $10 for a six ounce jar.

“We have spent countless hours researching and curating not one, but two additional scents that resonate fondly with the user, yet not overpowering the aroma of a fine cigar,” said Holly Gordon, sales manager for Whiff Industries.

The IPCPR Convention & Trade Show runs from July 11 – 14 in Las Vegas, Nev.

Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.
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