Neutralising Odour

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Why do things smell?

In simple terms everything gives off a gas of some description, and the human hose has a special range of receptor cells that can detect and recognise thousands of different smells.
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Why are your products different?

Air Spectrum have spent 20 years perfecting their range of odour neutralising products, many of them were designed for industrial use, so you can rest assured they can handle domestic and light commercial odour easily.
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Are your neutralisers safe?

Many neutralisers on the market are not always what they appear to be. Our range of odour neutralisers are blended from natural essential oils and surfactants from sustainable sources. many of the ingredients in our products are actually food grade.
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So how do they work?

Without getting into the complexities of chemistry, the neutralisers work in several ways:
The neutraliser will will pair with an odour molecule changing it's properties and its characteristic smell.
Some of the essential oils will oxidise the odour molecule.
The neutraliser will adsorb and absorp odour molecules, both dissolving and combining with them to chemically change them, thus altering their character.
A combination of any of these effects are happening when the neutraliser is in contact with the odour molecules, resulting in a complete removal or substantial reduction in the original odour.
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