Wandawega Air. .The air fresheners that we know today are the result of a milkman in 1952 complaining about the rotten smell in his truck- and so the modern car air freshener was born.Weve always wanted to make our own- So for our own little camp versions, We decided on a cedar cone and pine branch for scents. (the maker didnt have the ability to mix in some of the other prevailing fragrances here of wet dog, bluegill & smoke)..These just launched this morning in the camp store. Theyre in an antique display for a brand that is now defunct Presto-Roma- the popular car air freshener in the 1940s.The retail sign explains that theyre recommended for kitchens, bathrooms and closets- so youll find them everywhere at camp.The original advertisement didnt include dogs, and clearly Frankie is not a fan of cedar scent. Breathe deep, campers.DEETS: 3.5 x 2.5 packed in our souvenir set Made in the U.S.A. Lasts 3 months