PERK Vent Wraps make your car smell good

Michael James

Perk Vent Wrap air freshener installed on vent of a 2014 Ford Focus.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PERK for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

PERK Vent Wrap air fresheners are a novel idea. The approximately two-inch wrap fits discreetly on automobile and truck air vents — or anywhere else — and provides a fresh scent for 60 days.

With the sub-title “Wake Up Your Space,” the wrap grips the vent tightly with a slight push. And unless you know it’s there, you’d never know it was there.

Perk Vent Wrap air freshener installed on vent of a 2014 Ford Focus.

If truth in advertising counts, the PERK Vent Wrap vent air freshener marketing folks are spot-on. The wraps are advertised with the statements:

“Fragrance you’ll notice, an air freshener you won’t,” and “It’s virtually invisible and won’t block the air flow.”

The products is available in five scents: Lush Valley, Absolute Zero, Golden Vanilla, Clean Laundry and New Car. I received Lush Valley, Golden Vanilla and New Car to try.


A four-pack fo PERK Vent Wrap Air Fresheners.

Lush Valley was by far the strongest. Within a few minutes after slipping it on my car’s vent, I sneezed and my eyes became slightly irritated. It was just too strong for me.

Golden Vanilla and New Car were appreciably more subtle. I liked both scents and would recommend them without hesitation, with one possible exception.

PERK does not list the ingredients of its vent wrap air fresheners on its packages or on the company’s website,

A spokesmen for the company wrote via email:

PERK Vent Wrap air fresheners are safe for people and the environment. They comply with all national and international laws and regulations, as well as the International Fragrance Association’s strict standards. The specific ingredients we use to manufacture our products are considered proprietary information.”

Each package of PERK Vent Wrap air fresheners includes four wraps. The product is available at Advance Auto Parts, Walmart, Target and or other automotive parts and accessory retailers.

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Article Last Updated: July 28, 2023.

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