What's the first thing you do when you step outside? You probably don't ever realize it, but for most people, taking a deep breath is their first impulse when leaving the house. Why is this? Outside air certainly has a different quality to it that is clean, invigorating, and quite enjoyable. It's... FRESH!
When it comes to the air inside our homes, something is lacking. And perhaps its absence of freshness has become ordinary to the point that you don't notice or don't know better. When air is trapped inside your home, it becomes stale, loses its energy, and becomes polluted. It doesn't have the same level of constant chemical interactions that manifest outside and it's missing the crucial element of direct sunlight. This issues has become even greater in recent years, as home insulation has improved. Not only does insulation keep the hot and cold out, it keeps the toxins in, and restricts a cycling of fresh air moving through your home.
Nature cleans itself. And the air in nature is no different. Where do bad smells