Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Pure Ayre Review

PureAyre was created in 1998 to provide consumers with a safe and strong solution for odors.


Everyone at Clean Earth is focused on the health of people, animals and our environment. The company's founder, James Mitchell, has a passion for PureAyre that stems from being extremely sick as a child with severe asthma, food and environmental allergies. James knows what it's like to not be able to breathe easily. As an adult, James became aware of the dangers of indoor air pollution, and increasing cases of asthma, chemical sensitivities and respiratory illnesses. James knows this product has to reach a broader market because it would benefit so many people. Not only does PureAyre get rid of odors that annoy; it literally cleans the air so people and pets can breathe easier.

As part of its mission, Clean Earth supports various environmental, animal welfare and socially responsible organizations. Clean Earth always seeks to have a positive impact on people, pets and the planet. For example, Clean Earth contracts with SKCAC Industries to package PureAyre. SKCAC is a non-profit organization that employs people with developmental disabilities.




I recently had the opportunity to review the products shown above, Pure Ayre Odor Eliminator for Baby. While I do not have a baby, I was able to use the spray on various other household smells. I sprayed it in the trash can and when someone vomited on my carpet (GROSSS!!!) and it worked to remove the smell. Rather than mask smells like most of their leading competitors (Ahem Febreeze!) Pure Ayre works to completely remove the odor without leaving any stinky perfume smell! I LOVE IT!!! Now it should be noted, when I first sprayed Pure Ayre, I noticed a slight vinegar smell, but after 10-15 mins that smell was gone and no smell remained.


I definitely recommend you buy soon to eliminate odors in your house :)


Disclosure: I was provided with Odor Eliminator from Pure Ayre to review. No monetary compensation was offered or accepted. The opinions above are my own.

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