The problems never seem to stop around here. I am sorry to report that we must temporarily remove our new Smell of Books product from the market. I want everyone to understand that this has NOTHING to do with those ridiculous claims being made by the bohemians at “The Authors Guild.”
We have just learned that our aerosol can supplier in China mistakenly shipped us a small number of recycled cans. In some cases, our manufacturing partner inadvertently affixed New Book Smell labels to cans that actually contain New Car Smell.
Please note that this mixup will not cause any harm to the consumer or to the electronic books. It is just that these cans will not produce the scent that you are expecting.
If you have already purchased a can of New Book Smell, you may return it to the store for a full refund. However, it is important to understand that you are under no obligation to do so. We strongly encourage you to use these cans in an automobile. They will work exceptionally well if you have an old automobile. It probably will not be noticeable if your automobile is new.
I must apologize for this unfortunate incident. This is obviously not what we had in mind when we created the Smell of Books. However, we are working to address this problem and return the product to market as quickly as possible. Please continue to check this website for updates.
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