Charcoal Air Purifying Bag Odor Eliminator Becomes Amazon’s Choice

Source Essentials' recently launched bamboo charcoal air purifying bag has been shortlisted by Amazon as an Amazon's Choice. Each set of this product includes nine natural odor eliminator bags for different applications.

Gilbert, AZ, United States - February 14, 2020 —

Source Essentials is pleased to announce that its recently launched bamboo charcoal air purifying bag has been recognized as an “Amazon’s Choice” product. This designation is offered by Amazon to well-priced products that have been recommended by many users. The idea behind this is to help Amazon buyers make informed purchasing decisions. The air purifying and odor eliminator bags from Source Essentials have received an encouraging response so far from its growing clientele.

The odor eliminator bag from Source Essentials comes with nine charcoal bags in three different sizes. The two large bags with 500 grams each are suitable for larger areas such as kitchen, living room, closet, and bedrooms. Each pack also contains three medium bags with a capacity of 200 grams each, ideal as an air purifying bag for car, refrigerator, gym bag, or pet area. Also in the pack are four small (50-gram) bags for shoes, lunch bags, trash cans, etc.

“Activated charcoal is an odorless and tasteless substance that is extremely porous. One teaspoon of charcoal comprises a surface area of more than 10,000 square feet. Activated charcoal that has been treated with oxygen results in millions of tiny pores opening up between the carbon atoms. These tiny pores catch dust particles and absorb odors. Activated charcoal can remove all sorts of smells and odors, including burnt food, strong spices, cigarette, pet odor and new paint or carpet smells after a home renovation,” said Mike York, the senior spokesperson for Source Essentials.

“I sew baby quilts that I donate to a hospital nursery. A friend brought over a large bag of fabric she bought at a yard sale. After washing and the drying fabric, some still smelled old and musty. I hated to throw away the beautiful fabric. Put it in Sterlite container with Source Essentials’ bamboo charcoal bag, and in 24 hours, it smelled fresh and ready to sew. Now, I’m going to put some in my closets in my old farmhouse,” a satisfied user mentioned in her Amazon review.

To find out more about Source Essentials’ charcoal air purifying bag for large rooms, please visit the company’s Amazon storefront.


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Address: 3479 E Lowell Ave, Gilbert, AZ, 85295, United States
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