Let’s face it; there are a lot of automobile air fresheners on the market. You can drive in a vehicle that smells like a Pina Colada, a vanilla cookie, or the ever-popular pine tree. The problem with these is they all cover the stink with a stink of their own. I don’t know about you, but I don’t find anything pleasing about fast-food/dogs/artificial scent combos. What is wrong with eliminating the odors and replacing it with the smell of nothing? There is a lot to be said for fresh air.
That is the idea behind the incredible PURGGO Car Air Eco-Purifier. It all began when the inventors were trying to discover a way to eliminate the odor of a lovable Golden Retriever from their friend’s car. Air fresheners, sprays, and baking powders were not an option due to the dog’s sensitivities and the owner’s asthma. Following the advice of their dear Grandmother, they discovered that bamboo charcoal has been used in Asia for thousands of years to purify both air and water.
It made sense that an air eliminator using a renewable resource such as bamboo charcoal would allow air to pass through the pores, and cavities trapping the odor particles inside. PURGGO is made with natural hemp and designed using Japanese simplicity as well as, Zen philosophy. I love the look of it. No more little rearview mirror trees for me!
The biggest question is; does it actually work? Let me tell you the experiment we used here on the bayou. First, you need to understand that we tested it on my husband’s 1997 Chevy truck. He bought the truck new and has taken impeccable care of it. The truck has been our go-to vehicle for traveling with dogs. Recently, we bought a new SUV and with a new wire kennel, it is now our dog mobile. This has left Skipper’s poor truck locked and left sitting idle in our garage. Last week, we decided to take the truck for a ride to keep its motor purring. Whew! After being closed up for a few days, the truck had a musty dog odor. It was the perfect trial for the PURGGO. I’ll be honest; I wasn’t expecting it to get rid of the smell completely. When Skipper went out to test it four or five hours later, the unpleasant odor was gone. He called me out to smell it for myself. There were no masked odors and no nauseating fruity/flowery smells. The smell was just a neutral odor.
The awesome people at PURGGO want one of my readers to experience this incredible air purifier. We are giving away one PURGGO Car Air Eco-Purifier and will announce the big winner on BFTB NETWoof News April 13th. Enter on our Rafflecopter and be sure to come back each day to tweet!
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*Disclaimer: Barking from the Bayou received one PURGGO Car Air Eco-Purifier in exchange for our honest review. There was no monetary compensation. I only share information about things that we like and believe that you will benefit from as well. PURGGO is not responsible for the content of this post.
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