Bad Air Sponge Air Freshener

The Bad Air Sponge - Fighting Odor for 50 Years

The Bad Air Sponge is not new to odor removal. It has been around for the last 50 years as an odor remover eliminating some of the worst odors imaginable including sewer odors, gas leak odors, watewater treatment odors, garbage odors, and smoke damage odors.

Learn About the Bad Air Sponge

The Bad Air Sponge is a patented formula that consistently outperforms every odor removal product on the market. The patented odor removing formula is comprised of natural ingredients that entrap and neutralize odor causing molecules rather than mask odors with perfumes or scents. The molecular odor entrapment is what sets the Bad Air Sponge apart from every other air freshener. And, big businesses and industrial complexes have relied on the Bad Air Sponge for the last 50 years to provide the most efficient and safe odor removal on the market.

Unlike other air freshener products that work by filling the air with powerful fragrances, the Bad Air Sponge works by trapping odor causing molecules. The secret of the product is an odor removal process we refer to as “Deghosting”. During this process, the Bad Air Sponge will actually draw out odors from materials and objects in your room including wall board, upholstery, fabric, carpet, curtains, furniture, and any other porous product that has trapped odors within itself. The Bad Air Sponge also emits a very light trace fragrance that becomes undetectable as the product disperses itself throughout the room. This entire process leaves you with air that is fresh and free of pollutants.

A History of Odor Removal

The Bad Air Sponge has a long history of use as an air freshener and odor removal agent. It has been used very successfully in wastewater treatment facilities to reduce odors. It has been used as an air freshener and odor eliminator in trains such as Amtrak, The New Jersey Transit Authority, The Indiana Rail, and many others. It has been used in The Smithsonian museum in Washington D.C. as well as the White House. And, the Bad Air Sponge was used exclusively for smoke odor removal after the Twin Towers bombing in 1993. Since its inception almost 50 years ago, the Bad Air Sponge has become the standard air freshener and odor remover for the disaster restoration industry.

Common Odor Removal Applications

Applications for the Bad Air Sponge are universal. Anywhere there are foul odors you want to get rid of, you can use the Bad Air Sponge. Some of the more common places the Bad Air Sponge is used include homes, offices, cars, boats, hospitals, hotels, daycare centers, veterinary clinics, schools, locker rooms, RVís, campers, kitchens, basements, garages, and nursing homes. Some of the most common uses of the Bad Air Sponge include removing odors from carpets, dirty laundry, pets, bathrooms, dog or cat urine, cigarette or cigar smoke, mold, mildew, diapers, and garbage.

Usage and Technical Information

The Bad Air Sponge is safe for the environment, people, pets, and children. There are no known adverse effects of overexposure for the eye, skin, inhalation, or even ingestion.

The Bad Air Sponge will remove odors and freshen your air and last anywhere from 30 days to 120 days. One jar of the sponge will freshen a 400 square foot room. Unopened, it has a shelf life of 2 years. And, if necessary, the Bad Air Sponge cleans up with water.

To activate the Bad Air Spongeís odor removing qualities, just remove the lid and place anywhere odors exist. The sponge can even be placed behind the air filter of your air conditioning or heating system to be dispersed throughout your entire house. And, for very bad odors, just eject the Bad Air Sponge onto its lid for maximum effectiveness.