Thursday, March 10, 2011

Housedold products emiting chemicals classified as toxic or hazardous under federal laws

A University of Washington study analyzed more than two dozen commonly used scented household items - all of them emitted chemicals that are classified as toxic or hazardous under federal laws. Watch this CBS news report - it follows a short commercial for colon cancer screening...


Will an air cleaner remove these airborne chemicals? Don't be fooled by misleading advertising! A HEPA filter cannot remove airborne odors, fragrances and chemcials. Only an air purifier with a deep-bed activated carbon filter (like what you'd find in a military gas mask) can remove airborne chemicals, gases and odors.

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