Clear The Air Naturally WITHOUT Chemicals!
Made of 100% Moso Bamboo Charcoal, this air purifying bag is non-toxic, eco-friendly and fragrance free. Bamboo charcoal is an extremely effective air purifier that absorbs odors, bacteria, harmful pollutants and allergens. It also dehumidifies, which helps prevent excess moisture, mold and mildew. Made of 100% Moso bamboo charcoal, the Moso Bag is a natural alternative to standard air fresheners, many of which contain toxic and/or carcinogenic chemicals such as formaldehyde, petrochemicals and p-dichlorobenzene.
This one is specially made to absorb odors in perhaps the most important area of your home: your refrigerator! It even comes with a space-saving suction cup, so you can simply attach it to the side of your fridge or freezer.
- Fragrance Free
- Non Toxic and Eco Friendly
- Naturally Removes Odors, Bacteria, Pollutants, Allergens
- Use in Fridges, Freezers, Coolers
- Includes Space-Saving Suction Cup
- Rejuvenate in Sunlight
- Reuse for Two Years
- Recycle Into The Soil
- 75g Bag
- CLICK HERE for the Moso Large Bag for areas up to 250 Square Feet
- CLICK HERE for Moso-Mini Bags for Smaller Areas
After the charcoal is exhausted as an air purifier, the bamboo charcoal makes a wonderful addition to your garden, where it promotes plant growth and completes its lifecycle as a product that comes from the earth and ultimately gives back to the earth.
Cut open the bag and put the charcoal into your soil, where it promotes plant growth due to its mineral-rich nature and ability to retain moisture.
About Bamboo Moso and This Process:
The Bamboo Moso bamboo is a species of giant timber bamboo native to China that grows to 55 feet and up. We get ours from a farm in China's Fujian Province.
The process of converting the bamboo into bamboo charcoal begins with cutting down the bamboo (it then grows back). The cut bamboo is dried for a few weeks, then treated in a kiln at 750°C for two weeks to create the charcoal.
As it cooks, the charcoal develops millions of tiny, porous holes. It is through these holes (one gram of bamboo charcoal has as much as one thousand square meters of surface area) that the charcoal absorbs impurities in the air such as chemicals and allergens.