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What’s Polluting Your Home?


  • VOCs

  • Pollen, dust and dander

  • Residue from household chemicals

  • Mold and fungal spores

  • Poor outdoor air quality

  • Garbage cans

  • Athletic clothing

  • Cooking orders

  • Pets

The average senior citizen takes in 20,000 breaths of air in a day, 90% of which are at home.

According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), indoor air contains the same pollutants as outdoor air, but also contains additional pollutants, such as from fuel burning home heating and  appliances, tobacco, cooking, construction materials, furnishings, pets, cleaning products, mold, mildew, dust mites, viruses, bacteria, and others.


Eradicates up to 99.96% of virus that causes COVID-19.

According to the American Thoracic Society (ATS), air pollution, including indoor air pollution, is associated with many respiratory diseases. The detrimental effects include:

  • Decrease in pulmonary function

  • Increase of infections

  • Increase in respiratory symptoms

  • Lung cancer

  • Acute exacerbations of COPD

  • Onset of asthma

  • More hospitalizations

  • Increased respiratory mortality

  • Onset or exacerbation of mental illness from inflammation and oxidative stress on the brain

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