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air sanitizers, neutralizers, fresheners - buyer\'s guide to odor control
3 billion to 2010.
While the design of the smell control product is safe, people with asthma or other breathing difficulties know that it is better to open the window to eliminate the smell.
For others, this article will provide a simple 101 education for common odor control products such as air disinfectants, air neutrals and air fresheners.
Odor control can be achieved in one of five ways: 1. Anesthetics -
Instead of treating the air, these odor control products use an anesthetic to reduce the smell. 2. Absorbents -
This method is used to absorb chemical odors from the air we breathe. 3. Sanitizers (
Also called disinfectant)-
These products kill bacteria that smell in the air. 4. Neutralizers -
This method involves the chemical reaction that causes the smell of acid (like vinegar)
To launch a proton into a base (
Like baking soda).
The reaction is said to neutralize the smell. 5. Fresheners -
This term is widely used to represent the mixing of the above mentioned substances, as well as to add a fragrance to cover up the smell.
There is usually only one cover-up fragrance for this product.
Narcotic Drugs are rarely used only to control odors, but the most common is to control pain in the hospital operating room.
An absorbent like charcoal is most often present in a filter for purification equipment.
The absorbers do not eliminate the source of the smell, they are just capture (absorb)
Smell like a sponge.
When the filter is fully saturated, the smell is released back into the air if the filter is not changed.
It is also possible to spray granular adsorbent in spills, ashtrays, cat litter, etc.
Most granular adsorption agents also contain neutrals.
When the granular adsorbent absorbs the liquid containing the smell, it neutralizes the smell at the same time. The D-
Vour absorbent made by the big D industry is an example of granular adsorbent.
While baking soda and urinal are also considered absorbent, they are actually in the category of neutrals.
Urinal blocks can only be used in well-ventilated areas as they are found to contain a chemical suspected of cancercausing agent.
The most popular household product is air odor control.
Air sanitizer, air neutralizer and air freshener are the three names that describe these air-transmitted odor-controlled products.
Sometimes these products are combined in a more generic name, such as smell control products, air freshener products, or air care products.
These household odor control products can be used in various types of dispensers.
Aerosol is the most common distribution container for these products.
The term \"aerosol\" refers to liquid fog suspended in gas.
When aerosol is not used, the hand pump spray container and container designed for connection to the garden hose can also provide pressure.
Finally, most manufacturers offer metering dispensers for their products.
These metering dispensers can be programmed to release a certain amount of fog at intervals.
When the smell is caused by bacteria, air disinfectant should be purchased.
The air disinfectant contains a variety of disinfectants used to kill bacteria in the air.
Since they are specifically designed to work when suspended in the air, they should not be used to disinfect surfaces and can only be used in small quantities.
In order to disinfect the air continuously, electronic purification equipment should be used.
When the source of the smell is unknown, it is better to buy a product containing disinfectant and neutralizer.
Many products labeled with air disinfectant can also be used as neutrals in the air, including spices.
Ozium®And Oust®The brand is an example of killing bacteria and neutralising smells caused by smoke.
Febreze®, SeBreeze®Yankee Candle®The brand is an example of Zhonghe, it also has a fragrance.
Finally, the timeist®The brand includes air fresheners, with only fragrance, in addition to the products of the combination of Zhonghe and spices.
Release VOCs from all odor control products (
Volatile organic compounds
Thousands of other household products have also given us such products.
Short Research-term and long-
The adverse health effects of using these odor control products continue to indicate two things: 1)
Patients with asthma and allergies, as well as those with respiratory problems, should consult their doctor before extending the use of any odor control product. 2)
Families with mothers, young children and elderly people who spend 80% or more of their time at home should avoid using air-borne odor-controlled products on a regular basis through metering dispensers.
Limited use recommended by container labels is not considered a health issue in these families.
Manufacturers continue to stress that warning labels on their odor control products are sufficient to alert users.