Question about Ionic Pro TURBO Air Purifier
I just purchased an Ionic Pro Turbo and after reading a lot of information on the internet I am afraid to use because of potential ozone danger. Should I return the product before my 30 days are up?
It is advertised by the manufacturer to convert the ozone into oxygen which of course is ok to breathe. Upon using this item for 3 weeks myself according to the manual in all respects it did nothing to help me with my allergies to mold and cat dander so I feel that these air purifiers in general just literally take some of the dust from the room it`s in and that`s it.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
The Consumer Products Safety Commission is going to be making a decision on all ionizers. It's possible by the end of the year that no one will be selling them anymore.
This industry should have been regualated years ago even after the EPAs own reports on their own website.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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