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Banded Mallard Wicked Scents Scented Duck Call Auto Air Fresheners

Shop Banded Mallard Wicked Scents Scented Duck Call Auto Air Fresheners at Macks Prairie Wings! Low Prices and Quality Customer Service only from Americas Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
$14.99
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Banded Mallard Wicked Scents Scented Duck Call Auto Air Fresheners are the must have for all hunters who want to keep their vehicles free of those fowl odors. These duck call inspired air fresheners are available in a wide range of colors and fragrances. These hanging duck call auto air freshener features include a patent pending spill-proof design exclusive to Banded Mallard Company. These fresheners come equipped with a stretch lanyard, which allows you to hang your air freshener from any size rear view mirror in your car or truck. Banded Mallard Wicked Scents Scented Duck Call Auto Air Fresheners are refillable! Keeping your ride smelling fresh for months to come. Proudly made in the U.S.A.

  • Mountain Breeze offers a cool, clean fragrance.
  • Citrus offers fresh citrus fragrance.
  • Glacier Ice delivers a fresh and clean scent.
  • Wild Cherry provides a sweet cherry fragrance.
  • Strawberry delivers a sweet scent of fresh strawberries.
  • Grape delivers the sweet fragrance of grape.
  • Vanilla Bean gives you that distinctive rich vanilla fragrance.
  • Pine Mist delivers a fresh evergreen scent to your car or automobile.

Lindsay Pack from Sherwood, AR, USA
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The best freshener for my car!
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I love this product! I have the pick camo in Mountain Breeze scent. My car smells fresh but not over-powering.
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"Have been shopping with Mack's for the last 5 years. I am very satisfied with the inventory and customer service. I have visited the store 3 times while in Stuttgart and by far my favorite place to shop in the country! It's a waterfowlers weakness!" May 2015
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