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Ugh! As we were leaving the family gathering today, it began to storm. In fact, we left because the first crack of thunder boomed. But we had to close the windows on the car for part of the ride home. Can you say unbearably muggy The first thing I did when the car stopped was to throw open the door and stick my head out. Ionic Pro seems like just the ticket! It:

  • Traps airborne allergens like pollen, smoke, dust, and pet dander
  • Traps particles as small as 1 micron
  • One unit recommended for rooms up to 500 square feet.
  • Operates in complete silence
  • No costly filters to replace
  • Energy efficient (operates on less than 12 watts)
  • Easy to clean (simply wipe the collection plates
  • Comes with 3 steel collection blades
  • Stable base stand

I have three children, in addition to myself, who have some “air transfer issues”, so it’s something that I think about as the seasons change. And the kinds of mold* we have here in the wonderful South, are only outnumbered by the kinds of bugs. Cause nothing does grumpy like “I can’t breathe.” Clean air is good air, and wet air just blows.

*Funny story here. Well, funny to me anyway. We have (mostly) used cloth dipes on the kids since my new-13 year old was born. When we moved here, my now 6 year old was in dipes and I remember one day dh changing the baby. Now, he worked out of town during the week and was only home on weekends, so bear this in mind. So, he comes out, and says “Is DS#2 sick?” And I said not that I knew of. And so he told me “about the weird orange stuff in the diaper pail.” Yep, you guessed it. I checked out the diaper pail, and said, “Honey, welcome to the South, home to five bazillion kinds of mold.”

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