Are Your Room Fresheners Safe? Is There Any Other Odor Elimination Technique?

Room Fresheners and air fresheners are always been used for masking unpleasant odor around you. The first type developed for uses in the home were aerosol, which when sprayed in the room creates a fine mist of fragrance to calm your senses. However, the aerosol based room fresheners become unpopular. Since the bad odor can have a negative effect on health and environment. Soon, the manufactures come out with high-tech versions of gel, liquid and heat-activated fragrances that can automatically mix into the environment and stay for longer hours.

Fragrance in Room Fresheners

Most air fresheners contain a variety of fragrances and chemicals. Fragrance is an umbrella term, which may include many chemicals mixed together, to mask the toxic products present in the room freshener. According to the Environmental Working Group, the fragrance is linked to allergies, asthma and other respirator concerns, hormone disruptions and other. This is definitely not the best, but the worst odor elimination method for any indoor.

Hazardous Chemicals in Room Fresheners

According to a report submitted by the Environmental Protection Agency, a store-bought air freshener contains chemicals like formaldehyde, petrochemical, p-dichlorobenzene and aerosol pollutants. A study from the university of California at Berkley confirmed the presence of ethylene-based glycol ethers and terpenes, which in dangerous and react with the ozone layer causing environmental problems.

Continuous exposure to these products can risk health and environment since room fresheners contain Volatile Organic Compounds that easily changes into a gaseous state at moderate room temperature. This compound can easily enter into the respiratory channel causing eye, nose and throat irritation, headache, loss of coordination, nausea. Some organic compounds can even cause cancer. The room air freshener is not only the sources for VOC at the home, but you can also come in contact through paints, wood preservatives, cleansers, disinfectants, pesticide and much more.

How to manage a bad odor?

All the above information gives clear information about how hazardous the common air fresheners are. You cannot control the bad odor with a simple method; rather find something reliable which can keep your indoor clean and breathable. Choose an eco-friendly substitute for harmful odor elimination techniques.

Is there any better solution to it?

Thankfully, you have a nanotechnology based odor elimination method to deodorize your indoors with something fresh and clean. This is an innovative method that utilizes photocatalytic technology with nanotechnology to effectively decompose the stink directly at the molecular level and convert them to a harmless inorganic substance such as water and carbon dioxide. This is one of the safest alternatives to chemical agent and fragrances; it does not cause any additional pollution and stays for a longer time. You can use this for pet odor control, smoke smell, bad odor at the textile industry, large manufacturing units and others.

You can ask TiPE for other pollution control solution, such as antimicrobial coating, water treatment, VOC removal, air purification, NOx removal and much more. We are completely involved in finding the best alternative to the chemical method. Feel free to contact us, send your queries directly to us!


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