Commercial Air Fresheners Mask Odors
Air fresheners are consumer products used in homes, commercial setting and industrial areas. They are often used in restrooms to mitigate unpleasant odors. We are all exposed to air fresheners in some manner: homes, cars, office, toilets and public restrooms. Most of the time, air fresheners are placed in the toilets and cars. The use of air fresheners to deodorize and control odors are not always recommended in certain instances. Due to an air fresheners direct contribution as an indoor air contaminant, air fresheners should be used sparingly with adequate ventilation. This is especially true for elderly patients and our beloved pets who may be more sensitive to respiratory irritants.
With the development of new products like scented candles, battery-operated dispensers, plug-in devices and a multitude of scented aerosols, advertising and marketing of these products are aimed at convincing consumers that air fresheners are essential to a healthy and a good-smelling home.
Fragranced products emit a range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Air fresheners for example are utilized to scent the air with favorable fragrances in a multitude of spaces. Depending on usage, air fresheners can be metered, passive , or battery operated. The problem with air fresheners is not the scent but the properties of synthetic chemicals. Although the EPA has not advised against utilizing air fresheners, you should exercise care with usage. Bamboo charcoal have a multitude of benefits. It’s an effective, environmentally friendly deodorizer and dehumidifier. Commercial air fresheners mask smelly odors. Bamboo charcoal adsorbs and removes odors. Bamboo charcoal is 100% natural, perfume free and non-toxic. Activated bamboo charcoal air fresheners are versatile enough to be placed in any enclosed space like pet areas, gym bags, sneakers, closets or cars.