Diy Air Purifier.

“The EPA has noted that indoor air can be almost ten times worse than the air outside. Thus, air purification has rapidly become a multi-billion dollar industry. While a small, no-frills air cleaner for your personal space can be had for less than $100, a state-of-the-art medical-grade air purifier aimed at microbiological abatement can cost over $1000. For those who wish to breathe in healthier air without spending a lot of money, read the directions below on how to create your own air purifier from inexpensive materials.” Continue Reading

Does the Ionic Breeze Really Work?

Here's a question to coincide with badbadivy's query about cutting down on indoor pollution with plants. I've been kicking around the idea of getting an Ionic Breeze for awhile now, but they sound too good to be true, if you ask me. Has anyone had any experience with these? Anybody have success with them cutting down allergy symptoms? Are they worth the price tag?? (I have a rather large Honeywell air purifier right now, which actually works, but when running it sounds like a small aircraft engine!) Continue Reading