Light Up Your Life With Botanical Lighter Fluid

So as I was reading this ingredients list I was wondering why in the hell Butane, Isobutane, and Propane are needed in a talc spray for your sheets?! Add the fact that mine won't stop seeping out of the nozzle and you have a very nervous momma. This is going up in the closet with the other chemicals. I don't feel like making my house explode just because I wanted to vacuum.
Published:
Pros:
Smells Good
Cons:
Nozzle doesn't work, oily, is full of flammable substances
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review
Silky Sheets is a water based talc spray infused with pheromones to freshen up your sheets before or after play. It is also said to dry up wet spots.

This product comes in a 4 oz. can similar to aerosol hair spray. I wouldn't say that it isn't discreet, depending on what your definition of discreet would be. It does say that it is infused with pheromones on the bottle, but I personally don't mind leaving mine out. I use it as carpet and room deodorizer.

Silky Sheets comes in 7 different scents, ranging from vanilla fields to mystical musk. I chose the botanical breeze scent. I really wanted to try the spring rain, but from reading others' reviews I decided to go for this one instead.

Botanical Breeze does indeed smell like flowers to me. It almost reminds me of Lilacs, and there is a hint of freshness and baby powder to it. It does have an aerosol smell to it when first sprayed, but after it cools down that goes away.

It comes out in a mist, and dries like baby powder. It is kind of oily on the hands, and shows up on darker areas or hardwood floors.

To use this product, you simply spray it around the room, on your sheets, or wherever you desire. It will spread evenly through the air and land nicely across a wide area. My bottle did not want to stop spraying though! It just kept on coming out until I finagled the nozzle back into place properly, and it is now slowly leaking all over the place.

I have sprayed my sheets with this, and it washed out fine (no strange spots or stains). I haven't tried anything other than sticking them in the washer though.

This is extremely flammable so beware not to spray it around candles! Make sure all your flames are burnt out (except the one that got you into this predicament in the first place) before using.

Ingredients are as listed on the bottle: Alcohol Denat, Talc, Propane (yeah... um...), Butane, Isobutane, Fragrance, Mineral Oil, Copulandrone, Copuline-alike, Reconstituted Andronone.



I love the smell of the Botanical Breeze, it gives my house a nice fresh scent that lasts for a while. I like to walk in the door and smell that fresh clean aroma of flowers and spring wind in my house. Makes me miss summer time!
Experience
Alright I don't know what the deal has been lately with Eden, or the manufacturers I have chosen to order from, but the last 4 things I have reviewed have been very disappointing. My leopard balls fell apart (both pairs in a day), my rabbit doesn't work, my lingerie fell apart, and now I have leaking explosive spray all over my kitchen.

This stuff smelled wonderful when I sprayed it, but it wouldn't stop spraying, and now the nozzle is messed up. I went to pick up the bottle and got a handful of oily talc substance. Oh wait, I mean, lighter fluid.
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Comments
  • Jul!a
    Jul!a  
    That's crazy! It sounds like a malfunctioning bottle to me, I've got a few cans of this stuff and haven't ever had a problem that sounds anything like that.
  • Purpleladybug
    Purpleladybug  
    Thanks for the review!!
  • cherryredhead88
    cherryredhead88  
    I know! It's like everything I have reviewed in the last week just malfunctions. I don't know what the hell is going on lol
  • Jul!a
    Jul!a  
    Well for what it's worth, I feel comfortable telling you that if you're willing to give another can a shot, you should get another one. I hope your next batch of stuff goes better
  • ToyTimeTim
    ToyTimeTim  
    Do you think there is any concern with the talc when used before fooling around? Aside from the flammability, that worries me.
  • tits only
    tits only  
    Thanks for review.
  • Selective Sensualist
    Selective Sensualist  
    I love your title! I wonder if most aerosol sprays have butane in them? (Makes a mental note to check...). I am in favor of keeping flammable products to a minimum in my home!
  • ~LaUr3n~
    ~LaUr3n~  
    I'd return it. I'm with others on it being a dud. I have this and have never had a problem with the nozzle.
  • seaofneptune
    seaofneptune  
    I don't think I want the product any more since it is flammable. That makes me nervous. Thank you for the review!
  • P'Gell
    P'Gell  
    I think there is something wrong with your can. I have a can of this and have had none of the problems you've had. I wonder if there damage to your can. I'd get hold of Eden and let them know.

    As for the Propane, Butane and Isobutane, they are most likely there for dispersal and flow reasons. Talc tends to clog small holes (like those on spray cans of things) and these most likely prevent that. Although not always, as your malfunctioning can proved.

    I love mine. I have just notices a little talc around the opening today, but I've had mine since summer and mine is almost all gone.
  • P'Gell
    P'Gell  
    seaofneptune, almost everything in a spray can is flammable. As soon as it is dry (which takes about 2 seconds) the fear of flame is over. Really.
  • cherryredhead88
    cherryredhead88  
    Thanks everyone! I wonder if Eden will take this one back? I will submit a ticket and see what I can do.

    Tim- I don't recommend talc for use on the body, since it puts women at risk for cervical cancer. Not sure for the guys, but I wouldn't use it that way!
  • laiken
    laiken  
  • KnK
    KnK  
    WTF? Butane. Oh God no!
  • Alura Une
    Alura Une  
    Propane, Butane and Isobutane are pretty common in sprays. It is what makes heavier things come put of cans, I believe?
  • Shellz31
    Shellz31  
    I got this in vanilla and the chemical odours drown out the scent. I have to say that it makes me extremely nervous to sleep on such strong flammable chemicals like butane, propane, isobutane and then talc on the top of it all.

    Great review
  • Stinkytofu10
    Stinkytofu10  
    Wow that sounds like a string of failed products, sorry to hear you went through them and experienced those failures!
  • dbm6907
    dbm6907  
    Great review!
  • jmex83
    jmex83  
    Thanks for the review
  • sugar&spikes
    sugar&spikes  
    thanks for the review!
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