Glade® Aerosol

Freshen in a flash with Glade® Aerosol Spray. Crafted spray to elevate the energy of any room, this product instantly refreshes with a burst of fragrance. Perfect for adding a refreshing spritz of personality to your space. 

Our steel cans contain at least 10% post-consumer recycled material and are recyclable.  

Designed to fight tough odours and instantly freshen the air in your bathroom. With 2.5x smaller droplets* there’s no starchy residue left behind, just freshness that floats. Use Glade Room Spray as a final touch after your cleaning routine. Available in a wide variety of fragrances.

*When compared with Febreze Air Effects

Do not use near fire, flame, or pilot light. Do not set on stove or radiator, or keep where temperatures exceed 120 F, as container may burst. Do not puncture or incinerate. Store in a cool, dry place.


Use only as directed. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. Help stop inhalation abuse. For information visit

You can recycle the Glade Sprays steel containers. Call 1-800-558-5252 for recycling information.

Shake well before each use. Hold can upright. Press button and spray in side to side sweeping motion.

Do Glade Sprays contain CFCs?
No, Glade Sprays and all other SC Johnson aerosols have been chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) free since 1975.

Are Glade Spray cans recyclable?
Yes, Glade sprays and other SC Johnson empty steel and aluminum aerosol cans can be recycled along with other empty steel and aluminum cans in many communities that operate recycling programs.

Steel can is recyclable. Filling process uses more than 30% renewable energy. Did you know that each year, if every aerosol can produced were recycled, the steel saved could build 160,000 cars? Recycling those aerosol cans would also save the energy equivalent of 5.7 million barrels of oil.

For more information about recycling steel cans, call the Steel Recycling Institute 1-800-YES I CAN (1-800-937-1226) to find out if your community accepts aerosol cans with other empty steel cans.