EnviroKlenz products irreversibly capture, destroy and neutralize toxic chemical pollutants and offending odors—safely and effectively—without releasing any harmful chemicals, masking agents or fragrances into your home or the environment.
Better than an air freshener, more effective than a carbon air filter, EnviroKlenz products actually break down harmful pollutants into their elemental parts, so they are gone forever.
EnviroKlenz products create clean indoor air for everyone by utilizing our advanced technology to neutralize a broad spectrum of odors and chemicals.
Why is this important?
Because indoor air contains so many toxic pollutants, there is a whole field called Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). And it’s a problem.
The EPA conducted a 17-year study and found that women working in their homes had a 55% greater risk of dying from cancer than those who worked in an office, due to the use of ordinary household products. Look under the kitchen sink, in the bathroom, the garage, and the basement for examples. There you will find oven cleaners, paint removers, bug killers, solvents, drain cleaners, and more. These products are potentially harmful to people and to the environment
EnviroKlenz products can quickly restore the indoor air quality in your home without releasing chemicals, fragrances, or masking agents while reducing odors and VOCs that are present in your indoor air environment.
Here is just a partial list of indoor air pollutants that can be eliminated by EnviroKlenz products:
Remove Smoke & Tobacco Smell from Your Home
There are at least 40 carcinogens among the more than 3,800 chemicals in tobacco smoke. The chemicals in tobacco smoke include nicotine, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, acetaldehyde, methyl chloride and pyridine. Many of these toxins are found in higher concentrations in tobacco smoke than in mainstream smoke (the smoke inhaled by smokers). The U.S. Surgeon General and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health have found that simply separating smokers and nonsmokers in the workplace or in public places doesn’t adequately protect nonsmokers from these chemical hazards.
The residual odor left from tobacco smoke is evidence that these toxic compounds still persist even after the “smoke” has dissipated. These toxic chemicals settle on walls, drapes, furniture and floors where they still pose the same toxic health threat days or weeks after they were released. Simply masking these odors offers no health benefits to individuals who are exposed to these compounds regularly.
The chemicals listed below are components of tobacco smoke. These chemicals, in particular, are known to cause serious adverse health conditions for individuals who are exposed to them over a prolonged period of time.