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EnviroKlenz Makes Safe Personal Protection Products

More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies at an estimated annual cost of $7.9 billion to the U.S. healthcare system and businesses. The millions suffering from hypersensitivity to common allergens such as pollen, dust mites, animal dander and molds, as well as those suffering from multiple chemical sensitivities and environmental illnesses, are all too familiar with the feeling that their lives are a constant battle between their body and environmental substances that trigger symptoms.

Through feedback and recommendations from customers that suffer from common allergens, chemical sensitivities or environmental illness, EnvioKlenz, located in Fort Myers, has been able to create an effective personal protection product line that is safe for everyone.

EnviroKlenz’s vigor and diligence in testing products in the categories of liquid and granule odor eliminators, indoor mobile air systems and heating, ventilation and air conditioning and high-efficiency particulate arrestance filters for clean air, gentle hand soap and deodorizer, as well as liquid and powder laundry enhancers, is reaping rewards for humans and the environment.

EnviroKlenz is a trusted source for removing fragrance and toxic vapors from clothes and linens, neutralizing odors at the source without the use of masking agents such as synthetic fragrances and improving indoor air quality. The EnviroKlenz Mobile Air System is a portable air purifier that utilizes hospital-grade technology to provide maximum air cleaning efficiency. The patented EnviroKlenz Air Cartridge contains a proprietary blend of materials to neutralize odors, chemicals, gases, volatile organic compounds and larger particulates.

EnviroKlenz is located at 12557 New Brittany Blvd., Ste. B31 2, in Fort Myers.  For more information, call 239-330-9650 or visit EnviroKlenz.com.

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