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Zeolite Pack

$43.00

Zeolite – nature’s answer to a dehumidifier!

Zeolite is a natural mineral found in volcanic ash and its millions of micropores increase its surface area allowing it to adsorb and hold many times its own weight, and thus eliminate moisture and odours.

It naturally reduces humidity in the air and can adsorb VOCs and other indoor air contaminants such as formaldehyde.

It offers:

  • 24/7 protection
  • a chemical-free and environmentally friendly alternative to other dehumidifying products
  • the ability to regenerated (see “Care for your Zeolite Pack” below)

Can be used in wardrobes, drawers, shoes, baby rooms, kitchen cupboards, laundry cupboards, clothes hampers, cars, boats, small storage rooms, your office, restaurant, motel rooms.

This mineral is safe to use with food – USDA and FDA approved.

Only 2 left in stock

Description

Zeolite Pack:

Colour: Cream

Size: 907 grams

What it can assist with:

A Zeolite Pack can reduce:

  • bacteria related to moisture and mildew
  • smoke
  • ammonia
  • methane
  • formaldehyde
  • hydrocarbons
  • carbon dioxide
  • carbon monoxide
  • and many odours.

Using a Zeolite Pack can significantly reduce off-gassing and fumes from a recent painting, new carpets and cabinetry.

Care of your Zeolite Pack:

Regenerate your Zeolite Pack by either:

  • placing it the the sun for a few hours, or
  • placing it in a dry environment for a few days

The Zeolite Pack will remain active for over 2 years.

Disposal instructions:

Simply put the zeolite rocks onto your garden; the packaging can be disposed of in normal household waste.

Being Creative with your Zeolite Pack:

Zeolite is fantastically useful for so many applications, and clearly an almost-1kg pack is too large to put into your shoes and drawers. So, here are some ideas to get you started:

  1. pour some into a pantyhose leg, and tie it off (this is great inside shoes and bags)
  2. pour some into a mesh laundry bag (a wonderful way to have a small amount in a drawer
  3. simply hang the pack (using the attached hooks) inside wardrobes and linen cupboards

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