I’ve been known to leave my windows rolled down one too many times during a pop-up thunderstorm and by the time I realized it my car seats were soaked. The next day my SUV smells like a cross between smelly socks and sweaty shinguards. Not good!
The new Moso Bag from Moso Natural is a natural air purifying bag that absorbs and filters odors, harmful pollutants, allergens and bacteria while dehumidifying to prevent mildew, mold and moisture.
Last week we had an afternoon thunderstorm and by the time I realized my car windows were partially rolled down my car had already gotten rained in quite a bit. I tossed the Moso Bag in the front seat, cracked the windows open after the rain had passed, and the next day there was virtually NO stinky car odor greeting me as I got in to head to work.
Made from 100% bamboo charcoal, Moso Bags neutralize and remove all odors while remaining fragrance-free unlike many air freshening sprays where you are basically just covering up the smell with other strong scents and perfumes. The high density bamboo charcoal also absorbs excessive moisture, preventing mildew and mold growth.
The Moso Bag is available in two sizes, perfect for every room in the home including the 200g bag (MSRP $9.95), which covers 90 square feet of space, and the 500g bag (MSRP $22.95), which covers more than 250 square feet, and will last up to 2 years before needing to be replaced. Our utility room also tends to get musty so I am definitely buying another Moso bag. And come to think of it, this would also be perfect for our sports storage container and all that smelly gear!
The Moso bag is available at retailers nationwide, including The Container Store and online at Amazon. For more information about Moso Natural and to find a retailer in a certain area, visit www.MosoNatural.com.
Disclosure: I received s product sample from Moso in order to facilitate this review.
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