Airwick Coupons Printable 2012-Airwick Coupons Printable 2012: This page provides links and resources to Airwick coupons, free coupon codes, discounts, specials and promo savings for this popular air freshener grocery store product. Free printable Air Wick coupons online and discount savings are a great way to save money on the products you buy. Air Wick was introduced in 1943 and was one of the first stylish looking odor eliminators for the home. Today Airwick home fragrance products can be found in over 60 countries. They manufacture and distribute a full line of fragrancing products which include continuous release, aerosols and slow releasing gels. You can also choose from a variety of fragrances such as floral, tropical, lavender, fresh, fruity, outdoor, vanilla, spicy, citrus, aromatherapy and aqua essences. Air Wick is an air freshener produced by Reckitt Benckiser. It was first launched in 1943 in the United States and is now sold worldwide. Air Wick was first introduced in 1943 in the United States. The Air Wick company was for a brief period owned by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Ciba Ceigy (now Novartis), before being acquired by the British household products company Reckitt Coleman (now Reckitt Benkiser). In October 2007 Reckitt Benckiser won a High Court ruling in a with Procter & Gamble over claims that the design of Air Wick Odour Stop was an exact copy of P&G's Febreze air spray. Air fresheners are consumer products used in homes or commercial products used in restrooms that typically emit fragrance. There are two broad air freshener categories: continuous action and instant action. Continuous action products include: scented candles and devices which use a candle flame or some other heat source to heat and vaporize a fragrance formulation; Incense burners; wall plug-ins which either use piezoelectric technology to aerosolize fragrance or heat to vaporize it; fragrance impregnated gels which release fragrance as the gel evaporates sometimes with the help of an electric fan; wick and reed diffusers which release fragrance by evaporation from fragrance-soaked wicks or wooden reeds; and fragrance impregnated materials like floor wax, paper, plastics, wood which release fragrance by off gassing; and lastly nebulization systems which convert liquid fragrances into a vapor in a cold process without the use of heat.