At one time, businesses were encouraged to pump public spaces full of artificial fragrances. The marketers thought that doing so would spur consumers to spend more and be happy. But that school of thought, as evidenced by a recent article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, has slowly started to go by the wayside. Now, people are more apt to opt for a clean air smell than one filled with chemicals. Here’s why:
As the Las Vegas Review-Journal article indirectly pointed out, people have slowly become more aware of conditions like fragrance sensitivity. And as that awareness has grown, more human resources departments are focusing on implementing fragrance free policies. The policies currently vary widely from firm to firm. However, many contain provisions that prohibit the use of fragranced products by all staff and promote the use of workplace air purifiers.
Part of this newfound understanding may be traced back to the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was amended in 2008. After it was amended, some people started to consider fragrance sensitivity a disability. That, in turn, opened up uncharted territory that many firms were not prepared to deal with at the time.
Consequently, a few people afflicted with the condition began suing employers that did not make accommodations for them. Some won their cases and others did not. So at the time, that only added to the confusion. Needless to say, those types of adverse events also prodded more businesses to err on the side of caution and meet the needs of scent sensitive individuals as best they could.
Thankfully, businesses hoping to implement fragrance free policies of their own in 2014 have a lot more options to choose from than they did when the collective shift towards the new way of thinking began. On that list of options are air purification systems such as Rainbowair, Newaire and Queenaire. Slightly different in design but united in purpose, all three can remove irritating fragrances from the workplace and leave a comforting, clean air smell behind. To learn more about how they may help employers, please contact us by dialing (866) 676-9663.

We always think that we are doing everything in our power to keep everyone in our home from suffering from an illness. However, we may be overlooking some of the biggest offenders. These offenders can hide in a variety of places, especially the places that you don't expect them to be. Our homes are not always safe from germs like we think. We may think our home is free from all of the bacteria and germs from the outside world, but the fact is many of the items in our home attract bacteria. 
Killing bacteria can that has made a home in your house is important so you and your family will remain healthy. Bacteria can spread quickly, and it can cause deadly diseases and illnesses. Killing bacteria can be very cost-effective and easy on your wallet. 
Kitchen
Bacteria loves to play hide and seek in kitchens. The bacteria likes to hang out in the sink drains and the garbage disposals for those who have them. A kitchen sink can be a hotbed for bacteria because there are numerous of food particles and water that are around the sink area. If you keep sponges near your sink, the sponge is also a hiding area for germs and bacteria. When you want to kill the bacteria that hides in your sponge, you can place it in the microwave for at least two minutes. 
Although plenty of bacteria can be found in a kitchen, they have several other hiding places. 

Toilet bowl
Bathroom sink
Dog/Cat bowls
Garbage can
Dishes
Areas on the microwave
Remote control
Dish towels
Bathroom floor
Bathtub
Baby/children toys

How To Keep Bacteria Away

Keep your hands washed and cleaned.
Wipe down and sanitize surfaces in your home.
If someone makes a mess, do not leave it their to clean later. Clean it as soon as the mess is made. 
Keep your cleaning supplies cleaned. 
Wash clothes, towels, pillows, etc. on a regular basis.
Try not to spill food and drinks.
Teach your children how to be clean. Pass on everything that you have learned. 

No home will be free from bacteria and germs, but it doesn't take a big effort to lower the amount of bacteria you can find in your home. If you have tried the cleaning efforts, but would like some help by using air purifiers and ozone generators, contact us. We can recommend the technology that you are looking for the kill bacteria and filter them from the air. 

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The car is where most people spend a large portion of their day, either commuting to and from work, running errands, or for recreational reasons. With how much time is spent in the car, it can be frustrating to be dealing with unpleasant auto odor while driving. For a deep clean in your car, consider the following tips.
Begin with a Deep Clean
Cleaning out the interior of your car is the first step towards a clean car. Simply throwing out trash and using a microfiber cloth, along with a gentle cleaning solution, can go a long way towards removing grime and leaving your car looking great inside.
Air Out Your Car While Cleaning
When you’re cleaning using any kind of solution, it’s helpful to have the windows and doors open. This way, any cleaning solutions can dry properly and any stale air can be removed.   
Use an Ozone Plug-In
Instead of using any air freshener plug-in to improve the smell of your car interior, it’s a good idea to use an ozone plug-in that can help eliminate foul odors entirely. These plug-ins naturally freshen the air without any harsh chemicals that could be adding to the bad smell.  
Avoid Future Bad Odors
Prevention is an important part of keeping your car smelling good after a deep cleaning, so it’s a good idea to look into the common sources of bad odors. Making sure not to leave fast food in your car and avoiding moisture from sitting are just a few examples of ways you can keep your car fresh.
Contact us for more information about freshening the air in your car.

Auto OdorThe car is where most people spend a large portion of their day, either commuting to and from work, running errands, or for recreational reasons. With how much time is spent in the car, it can be frustrating to be dealing with unpleasant auto odor while driving. For a deep clean in your car, consider the following tips.
Begin with a Deep Clean
Cleaning out the interior of your car is the first step towards a clean car. Simply throwing out trash and using a microfiber cloth, along with a gentle cleaning solution, can go a long way towards removing grime and leaving your car looking great inside.
Air Out Your Car While Cleaning
When you’re cleaning using any kind of solution, it’s helpful to have the windows and doors open. This way, any cleaning solutions can dry properly and any stale air can be removed.   
Use an Ozone Plug-In
Instead of using any air freshener plug-in to improve the smell of your car interior, it’s a good idea to use an ozone plug-in that can help eliminate foul odors entirely. These plug-ins naturally freshen the air without any harsh chemicals that could be adding to the bad smell.  
Avoid Future Bad Odors
Prevention is an important part of keeping your car smelling good after a deep cleaning, so it’s a good idea to look into the common sources of bad odors. Making sure not to leave fast food in your car and avoiding moisture from sitting are just a few examples of ways you can keep your car fresh.
Contact us for more information about freshening the air in your car.

Permanently Eliminate Pet Odor
Keeping your home smelling pleasant can be a challenge if you have dogs or cats that spend most of their time indoors. While there are plenty of air fresheners on the market, they can often add to the problem instead of giving your home that clean air smell you want. With the help of Ozone Experts, you can finally rid your home of pet odors
More Effective than Masking the Scent
While using strong air freshener sprays and plug-ins may work in reducing unpleasant odors, they’re only temporary and can still leave a smell in your home. Whether these odors are from your pet having an accident or simply grime that they tracked indoors, an air purifier will be much more effective at eliminating these foul smells.
Safe to Use Around Pets
The most appealing reason to use an air purifier instead of relying on chemicals is due to the health risks you can avoid. Any types of chemicals can be bad for your pet to inhale or interact with, making an air purifier a much safer option.
Options Include Plug-Ins and Devices
Air purifiers can come in the form of a small machine that’s placed in the corner of a room or a plug-in that can be used in an electrical outlet. Both options can provide you with the ability to reduce these unpleasant scents without being obtrusive.
Contact us at Ozone Experts to learn how you can safely remove pet odors from your home without the risks that come with traditional cleaners.