By Air-Catalyst reactions, SELFEEL decomposes toxic substances that cause sick house building syndrome and are the source of unpleasant odors. Most of products used as deodorants depend on neutralization and/or absorption. Whether absorbents or neutralizers, spray type deodorizers are intended to have an immediate effect.
Deodorizers require periodic application to maintain their immediate effect. They do not maintain their effect over a long period of time. Also, deodorizers are not practical for use on walls or ceilings. Most of these products, even those claiming to be scent-free, have a trace of fragrance after application. At times, curtains and furniture have a noticeably different scent when sprayed over and over again.
In comparison, SELFEEL is scent-free and applied ONCE to the entire room. SELFEEL is a clear, colorless and odorless solution. It can be sprayed directly onto walls and ceilings without any change to the color, finish or texture of the surface.
Wall compositions may have absorption properties. Toxic substances are absorbed by some deodorizing agents in their present state and may be released back into the atmosphere. Unlike these products, SELFEEL solves the problems by decomposing the source of odor.
Experimental data: Reduction of toxic substances by SELFEEL
Comparison with ordinary deodorizers
●In case of SELFEEL
SELFEEL is the Air-Catalyst. SELFEEL does not absorb or neutralize toxic substances. It decomposes them into harmless substances. SELFEEL itself is not consumed in the decomposition process. SELFEEL decomposes toxic substances with the aid of atmospheric water and oxygen. According, theoretically, the effect continues semi-permanently. SELFEEL remains in its original molecular state and, therefore, does not need to be renewed provided it is exposed to circulating air.
Catalyst image SELFEEL
●In case of ordinary deodorizers
Ordinary deodorizers offer a temporary effect with their neutralization and/or absorption function. Once neutralization has been accomplished by a neutralizer, no further reaction can be expected. Once the capacity of an absorbent has been reached, no further absorption is possible. In both cases, the process has to be repeated over and over as long as the source of the unpleasant odor exists.
Image of neutralization
Image of absorption