December 3, 2008

Smelleze 'Green' Nursery Deodorizer


It's a fact of life that poop happens. Couple that poop with a confined area and a diaper genie that works well, but isn't miraculous, and sometimes things can get pretty stinky.


I wanted to find a way to deodorize Olivia's nursery without resorting to toxic air fresheners that would leave harsh chemicals and damaging particles lingering in the air, while doing little to eliminate odor. I found the Smelleze Nursery Deodorizer pouch, and it truly works, while remaining eco-friendly and healthy for people and the planet.

When you hang or set the Smelleze pouch near your diaper pail or changing table, it alleviates odors without emitting a scent. One pouch lasts 3-4 months, so its pricetag of $9.99 is a bargain. You can also replenish the pouch by exposing it to sunlight, and you may recycle it when it has run its course.

Here's how it works:

SmellezeTM is negatively charged whereas odoriferous gases ride on positively charged particles. As a result, SmellezeTM draws in nursery odors like a strong magnet... it traps, neutralizes, and encapsulates the odors without smelly cover-ups. The molecular structure of SmellezeTM is made up of a lattice structure arranged to form a honeycomb framework of billions of interconnecting channels. This gives SmellezeTM an enormous surface area that is larger than several football fields. The latter enables SmellezeTM to absorb phenomenal amounts of nursery odors and work for months.


I don't know what the exact ingredients are in the Smelleze pouch, but it is odorless, and it has the consistency of sand. Take care when deciding where to place your pouch, as once it's removed from its packaging, a bit of the sandy powder seeps through.

Smelleze is a great option for keeping the air in your home clean and chemical free. Especially in the nursery, where baby spends most of her time.

1 comment:

badhuman said...

Interesting. Not having a baby I've found putting baking soda on the carpet for about 10 minutes before vacuming along with airing out the house every couple weeks works well for everyday and pet odors. I also put baking soda in the bottom of the trash can and that helps mitigate those smells.