Air Fresheners, Scented Candles May Spur Allergic Reactions
SUNDAY, Nov. 6 -- Pumpkin spice candles and pine-scented air fresheners may evoke the holiday season for some.
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#1 Nov 7, 2011
I'm throwing out my air sprays and using a more natural solution, like Quirky's Airee ( http://qrky.co/tnshd2 ). It's a container that holds baking soda, herbs, orange rinds, etc to scent your home naturally.
Since: Jan 12
#2 Jan 24, 2012
I totally agree with this article.......Ventilation is also important in maintaining indoor air quality which can aid in eliminating unpleasant odors.
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