Purify

The porous structure of bamboo charcoal provides countless tiny holes that effectively absorb odors, moisture, and polluted air particles such as formaldehyde, ammonia, and benzene.

Use bamboo charcoal as a:

  • deodorizer in your fridge, freezer, bedroom and bathroom, gym bag, hockey equipment, footwear, kitchen, car, pet area, renovation area, garage, compost pail and diaper pail
  • decoration for home and vivarium
  • air filter to absorb toxic chemical substances for commercial and industrial applications

When submersed in water, bamboo charcoal softens the water, absorbs harmful minerals including chlorine and releases its natural minerals (calcium, sodium, magnesium) into the water.

Use bamboo charcoal as a:

  • aquarium filter
  • water filter for bath water and non-drinking water for general household and industrial use
  • decoration for aquarium and floral arrangements

Dehumidify

Bamboo Charcoal retains the high density and porous structure of its raw material moso bamboo. This structure enables bamboo charcoal to absorb excessive moisture effectively. When humidity is low, the retained moisture would be released back into the atmosphere.

Use bamboo charcoal as a:

  • dehumidifier in your drawers, cabinets, closets, rice bin, garage, basement, and other storage areas. Bamboo charcoal deters moths, prevents mold buildup, and keeps your linens and clothing fresh.

Gardening

By mixing bamboo charcoal granules with gardening soil, countless pores from the granules absorb and hold excessive moisture. This moisture gets released back into the soil when it gets dry; providing better aeration for plants and vegetables.

Disclaimer: All information is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. The information should not be considered complete and should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation or advice of your physician or other health care provider. Should you have any health care-related questions, please refer to your physician or other health care provider.