Electric Air Fresheners Can Create Carcinogenic Smog in Your Home

Fragrance molecules emitted by air fresheners that plug into electrical outlets can react with ozone gas to create a potentially harmful smog inside your home, according to EPA researchers. The reactions generate formaldehyde, classed as a probable carcinogen, and related compounds that many experts believe are responsible for respiratory problems. It's best not to introduce any chemicals into your home--and this includes air fresheners. If you are trying to eliminate unpleasant scents try...

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