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Explanation: Your problem may come from the fact that it means something similar to deodorant, which gets rid of odours. This seems to be using capteur in the sense not of a sensor but something that catches, traps, contains or captures odours.
I can't think of a good phrase for now but I hope this helps nonetheless.
mckinnc Local time: 06:47 Native speaker of: English