Are plug-in air fresheners toxic?

Answer On One Hand: Harmful in the Home?University of Washington engineering professor Anne Steineman has found that many air fresheners contain acetaldehyde in levels she considers dangerous. "Consumers ... Read More »

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How to Make Non Toxic Air Fresheners?

Whether it's a bedroom, bathroom or kitchen, you may think your commercial air freshener is leaving your air clean and refreshed. Most air fresheners mask odors and usually contain dangerous chemic... Read More »

How do I convince my boss that Glade absolutely does make tequila-scented plug-in air fresheners...?

Oh darling, that's easy - just tell him you make your own air fresheners after taking a class in aromatherapy through your local adult education program.You can then go on a rant about how you woul... Read More »

How to Buy Car Air Fresheners?

Your home may be white-glove clean, but does your car leave much to be desired? If your car has developed a curious odor, you can banish it with a car air freshener. Of course, it's no substitute f... Read More »

Are air fresheners safe?

On One Hand: Air Fresheners are ToxicAccording to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), air fresheners are composed of formaldehyde, petroleum, p-dichlorobenzene and aerosol propellants. ... Read More »