Airocide annihilates that ‘lived in’ smell
It seems sad that we have to pay for certain necessities. You can’t very well walk up to a stream and expect to pull clean water from it anymore, so you have to pay for the H2O you can drink. It’s sad, but the air we breath is slowly becoming fairly polluted as well. Thankfully the air outside has a long way to go before we start worrying about a big company selling it to us, but it’s a different story inside of our homes.
Hopefully we won’t have to see the day when we have to buy clean air, but if you want your house to smell as fresh and clean as a medical facility, then the Airocide is the way to go. OK, it’s not going to have it smelling like bleach, but it will cut all the UN-pleasantries from floating around. This isn’t just a plain Jane air filter either. It will literally suck up and destroy mold, viruses, bacteria, fungi, and a lot of the smaller stuff as well.
There’s nothing left to change out or clean as all of the airborne nasty things are forced into a “packed matrix of highly reactive catalysts that are activated by a high intensity 254-nanometer light, which destroys pathogens on contact”. It’s approved by the FDA, and comes from technology that was developed by NASA. Those two names are plastered everywhere there is product information available so you feel validated in putting down $800 on this.
Available for purchase on Airocide, found via BookofJoe