For comparison, the Glade brand plugins contain 19.8 ml, the Air Wick refill contains 20 ml and the scent plug from Yankee Candle contains 18.5 ml of fragrance oil. For comparison, the Glade brand plugins contain 19.8 ml, the Air Wick refill contains 20 ml and the scent plug from Yankee Candle contains 18.5 ml of fragrance oil. For your wick replacement, go to eBay. Enter the replacement wick and you’ll find the perfect replacement wick. It’s the right size for Air Wick, Glade, and many other plugins. You pay for 20ml, you have at least 20ml, often 21-22ml of fragrance oil.
They fit, but it’s safe to say they don’t go together as the Glade don’t really go together.
Can you use other refills for Yankee Candle plug-ins?
Here’s a link to the official statement from SC Johnson, the makers of Glade Plug-ins, the warmers most commonly associated with this myth. There is still a significant suspicion that these types of air fresheners that are plugged in can be a source of fire — it cannot be proven if they burn in the fire. I think the problems are that essential oils are more expensive than the glade refills; and since the wick is heated up, I doubt it can often be reused before it becomes unusable.
How do I make Yankee Candle fragrance plug?
Are Air Wick and Glade interchangeable?
According to this website, Glade Wisp, Febreze Noticables and Air Wick plug-ins can be refilled with fragrance. No, you should only use Bath and Body Works refills (other brands may not fit properly or may affect the function of the freshener). However, they recommend that anyone with health problems or concerns should consult their doctor before using Glade plug-ins. I brought a new bottle of Air Wick Midnight Summer, your most expensive one, and it doesn’t fit my adapter. The bottle is much smaller and falls out, it’s an air-wick adapter that I’ve used many times.
I have both Glade and Air Wick spray dispensers and use both Glade and Air Wick canisters in both.