Monday, July 25, 2011

Solutions for Controlling Pollen

Regardless of whether it’s tree, grass, or weed pollen, there are some common denominators for minimizing the effect that pollen has on you in your indoor space.

Know when the pollen that triggers your symptoms is most prevalent and avoid the outdoors during those hours.

If there is no way around being out in it, make sure that you remove your clothes and shoes, and shower before going about your daily routine at home.

Minimize the exchange of indoor air with outdoor air. Keep windows and doors closed as much as possible in both your home and your car.

Use air conditioning rather than fans. Fans will send any pollen that has settled out of the air airborne again making it available for you to inhale.

Even with these precautions it is almost impossible to keep all pollen outdoors. The best way to effectively eliminate the pollen that gets in on pets, packages, and through doors as you come and go is to filter the air.

An effective purifier for pollen should contain a series of filters designed to filter the biggest down to the smallest pollen and particulates from the air. A HEPA or high efficiency particle arresting filter is a must to insure effectiveness.

By definition this type of filter must be able to remove 99.97% of all particles down to .3 microns in size. Particles that small are invisible to the eye, but if you’re allergic you know that you don’t have to see them to know they’re there.

The good news is that this type of filtration will also take out other pollutants that are common allergens in addition to the pollen. These particles include household dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, bacteria and viruses. offers an air purifier for pollen that thousands have been using successfully for years. See it now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Asthma and Allergy Relief

If you struggle with chronic asthma and allergies symptoms are probably triggered by a combination of irritants.

There is so much “stuff” in our air today, and because our homes and offices are so well insulated there is often no way to naturally expel pollutants.

Cleanliness has some effect on the amount of indoor allergens you will have, but there are some pollutants that are present regardless of how clean the indoor space is kept.

Typical allergens found indoors are dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, bacteria, and viruses.

Indoor air is also subject to outdoor allergens that make their way in through doors, windows, attached to packages, on hair and on pets.

Typically in the spring it is tree pollen, then in summer grass pollen, and in late summer and fall weed pollen, particularly ragweed causes problems.

Between the indoor and outdoor irritants it can really feel like there is no place to go for relief. Using an air purifier that is specifically designed to remove both indoor and outdoor irritants from your air, you can take back control of your life. offers a 4-stage filtration cleaner that is designed to remove particles as small as .3 microns in size. And because it is designed to run continually, the allergen level is never allowed to reach a level that is high enough to trigger an attack.

See the air purifier specifically designed to give relief to those who suffer with asthma and allergies at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Pediatric Asthma Air Purifier

If you have child who has asthma you know how terrifying an attack can be. And even when all seems calm, the anxiety about if and when the next flare-up will occur seems to be always looming just over the horizon.

Triggers for asthma are usually a combination, and indoors might feel safe, but unless you control air quality, it can be the source of many potent triggers for your child. The cleanest of homes usually has thousands of particulates, which when breathed in heavy doses can trigger symptoms.

Normal household pollutants include but are not limited to household dust (that often has everything in it except the kitchen sink), dust mites in high numbers in bedrooms, mold and mildew spores, bacteria, viruses, and pet dander even in homes without pets.

And even though many of these particles are microscopic in size, anyone who suffers from asthma doesn’t have to see them to know they are there. They can cause tightening of the chest, constriction of the throat, and trouble breathing in just seconds.

Add to this list gaseous pollutants such as smoke, fragrances from personal and cleaning products, and the air in your home can make you feel like you’re living in a mine field.

Your child doesn’t have to suffer physically or emotionally any more if you filter the air with the right type of purifier. You will need one that is able to remove both particulate and gaseous irritants. It also needs to be able to keep air quality high 24 hours a day every day without fail.

Continuously cleaning will insure that your child always walks into a home that is clean, fresh, and healthy, making it a true haven from the world outside. offers an air purifier designed especially with asthmatic children in mind. See it now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Allergies Triggered by Birds

Birds are one of the most popular pets in the United States. They are also one of the fiercest causes of allergies. Generally it is the protein in the dander that causes people to have such strong reactions---sneezing, coughing, watery eyes, and congestion.

And since these dead skin flakes (dander) attach to feathers, dried pieces of feces, and other more normal household pollutants like dust, it is difficult to get control of air quality.

The best way to keep bird dust and dander down, and air quality high is to filter the air continually. Bird-related pollutants are constant and if you are going to be able to get your allergies under control, filtration needs to be constant as well.

The best type of filter for particles like dander, dust, and feathers is a HEPA filter. High efficiency particles arresting filters are able to remove 99,997 out of every 10,000 particles that are .3 microns or greater, with a micron being defined as one millionth of a meter.

See the air purifier that professional aviaries use as well as thousands of bird lovers in the United State and Canada at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, July 15, 2011

Relief From Severe Allergies

One of the most agreed upon strategies for getting relief from allergies is still to avoid the trigger.

If outdoor irritants bring on miserable symptoms, you can be quite successful at planning times to be outdoors when there are least allergens in the air.

If your symptoms are triggered by indoor allergens such as household dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, bacteria, viruses, chemical fumes or smoke, you will have to work harder to avoid irritants.

Those who are allergic are usually sensitive to a combination of things, and this is not good news since it is estimated that most people spend 90% or more of their lives indoors.

Before you throw up your hands in frustration, an air purifier that is designed to remove both gaseous and particulates is the most effective, yet non-invasive way for you to avoid the trigger.

To trap the wide range of particles found indoors, a cleaner must contain filters that can remove the large and medium size particles that you can see, as well as the microscopic particles that are often such potent allergens---dust mites, and pet dander to name two.

Pre-filters are great are removing the big stuff, and a HEPA or high efficiency particle arresting filter takes out every other size particle down to .3 microns in size.

For gaseous pollutants a carbon-based filter is essential. And one that is made of carbon cloth gives you the benefit of carbon’s ability to remove gases and a cloth’s ability to remove particulates. offers an air cleaner that contains 2 pre-filters, a HEPA, and carbon cloth. All in one portable, self-contained unit.

By the way, carbon cloth was originally invented by the British Military as a defense against chemical warfare. And since we are sure that’s not the situation at your house, we are confident that it will work for you.

See the air purifier that can give you swift and continuous relief from allergies now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Is Bird Dander Harmful?

In a word, yes, bird dander is harmful. These microscopic flakes of dead skin are constantly being shed as it is replaced by newer, healthier skin.

This process is a natural part of your bird’s growth and development and will continue for as long as you have your bird.

For birds in captivity it is harmful if large concentrations remain in the air and force your bird to constantly inhale these particles.

Because their air passages are so small, they are easily clogged. And it doesn’t take long for these flakes to attach and constrict their airways.

Clogged air passages are often the start of disease and infection. And because they instinctively hide illness, it is often too late to save them once they start to show signs that something is wrong.

For humans, the effects of dander are not much brighter. The protein in bird dander is a fierce allergen. Inhaling air that has heavy concentrations for even a small period of time can cause sneezing, congestion, watery eyes, and even a feeling of not being able to breathe.

Filtering the air is the only way to keep air quality healthy for the bird and its people. The cleaner needs to be one that can run 24 hours and has filters that can deal with the not only the additional bird-related particles and odors, but normal household pollutants as well. has been sending the Bird Dander Air Purifier to thousands of bird lovers and professional aviaries across the United States. And if it works for them, it will surely work for you.

See it now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Saturday, July 09, 2011

Nail Salon Air Purifier

If you work in or own a nail salon, you know how thick the air can become when chemicals from many of the products evaporate into the air.

Acute exposure isn’t good, but long term exposure day after day can cause some pretty serious health problems.

Treating you, your staff, and your clients to fresh, chemical-free air is one of the healthiest things you can do.

And even though many localities now require proof that there is proper ventilation, a cleaner that is able to remove the chemicals will do the most towards improving the overall air quality in your shop.

A nail salon cleaner should be carbon-based with an additive to enhance its ability to remove the VOCs (volatile organic chemicals).

It should also have particle filters that include several sizes of pre-filters (for large and medium size particles) as well as a high efficiency particle arresting (or HEPA) to take out microscopic particles like bacteria and viruses. has sent the Nail Salon Air Purifier to LV Nails, Nail Pro Inc, Miss Vietnam Nails/Tattoo Supply and countless other salons that do nails across the United States and Canada and Puerto Rico.

See the air purifier that others in the nail salon industry depend on to get rid of airborne chemicals now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Cat Smell Air Purifier

That are lots of awful smells in the world, but few are more offending that cat smell, and mores specifically cat urine.

The ammonia is what usual makes it so objectionable, not to mention embarrassing when entertaining family and friends.

If you’re reading this you’ve probably already tried your share of remedies. And unfortunately have found that many of them only work for a little while, or don’t work at all. Many are probably require your time, money, and effort repeatedly which makes them expensive in terms of life style.

One of the most effective yet effortless ways to deal with cat urine odor is to use an air purifier that can continually scrub the air. A unit that contains a carbon filter with a special additive designed to remove the ammonia smell from the air will be best at doing the job right.

Aside from getting rid of the smell, a low maintenance purifier with a long filter life will let you and enjoy your cat and the other things that interest you in life. Getting rid of the smell and freeing up your time is an unbeatable combination.

See the air purifier from that is specifically designed with pet urine odor in mind now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Monday, July 04, 2011

Dorm Room Air Purifier

If you are continuing your college studies with summer school courses and are finding the air in your room hard to take, you’ve come to the right place.

For sure, you’ve got both particulate and gaseous pollutants floating around, so you need an air purifier that can eliminate both.

Since particles come in all sizes you need filters that can remove large, medium and microscopic size particulates.

A large and medium particle pre-filter should be the first filters that particles encounter followed by a HEPA filter.

A high efficiency particle arresting filter (abbreviated as HEPA) is designed to remove particles as small as point .3 microns in size including bacteria and viruses. This is the type of filter hospitals use to insure clean air.

As for the gaseous pollutants, carbon is well known for its ability to eliminate odors, gases, and airborne chemicals. And 5 to 7 pounds of activated carbon (from coconut shells) in a unit is adequate for removing gaseous pollutants.

This unit should also be light weight and able to be placed anywhere in your room, which probably does not have loads of space. But even if it is a spacious place, being able to put the purifier where you want it is a real convenience. offers the Dorm Room Air Purifier, and on this 4th of July we are proud to say that it is made by Americans in the United States of America!

See it now at

Happy Fourth of July!

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Sunday, July 03, 2011

Spray Foam Insulation Fumes

Daniel called yesterday to replace his filters. He said they had been doing a wonderful job, and he could tell that they needed replacing because the smell was starting to bother both he and his wife again.

When I asked him about what was happening he shared his story with me.

About 6 years ago they decided to have polyethylene foam sprayed as insulation between the living space and the roof. Somehow it was applied incorrectly and their sensitivity to the smell caused them to have to move out of the house.

They took a few of their possessions not realizing that the smell had permeated those as well. They were finally forced to start with all new things to make sure that there were not continuing to be exposed to the fumes that off-gas from even small amounts of the insulation.

They have lived in 6 homes since that time, and were never able to return to the original home that they had insulated. They feel fortunate that they were able to rent it out to someone who did not even notice the smell. They eventually sold their home.

Some people have absolutely no reaction to the insulation, and are not even aware that others can be sensitive to it.

But, if you are having trouble with chemicals that are off-gassing from insulation (for whatever reason), we recommend the air purifier from that is specifically designed to eliminate airborne chemicals.

Daniel is a scientist and has done extensive research because of the problems he and his wife have had. See the air purifier that he not only uses but recommends now at

Take good care,

Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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