Safe, Clean Conditioned Air – A Natural, DIY Solution for All – It’s Thymol.

Thymol Originates From Fields of Thyme

Are we really ready for the new normal?

We’ll continue wiping down surfaces, groceries and items entering the home; taking care to change shoes and clothes upon returning from our travels. We’ll wash our hands and face often to prevent contamination, and wear the safety masks in restaurants and use gloves when handling objects when shopping. But, what about the air we breathe and the air duct systems in all the places we frequent that provide us conditioned air? One of the largest contributors of the coronavirus has proven to be the spread of the contagion in the air handling systems in cruise ships and restaurants.(see Reference 1.) Not to worry, Thymol is here. (see Reference 2)

Thymol is now available in a new all-natural product for your air handling systems. It’s the Duct Aid with Thymol Fogger. This do-it-yourself air duct sanitizer and deodorizer is available at a reasonable cost. A single can of the product retails for $29.99 including shipping. It’s a pleasant smelling fogger that can be added to any air duct system through a return vent or the air handler.
Traditional air duct cleaning by air conditioning companies can cost as much as $2000 or more, and the cleaners can be irritants to our respiratory systems. In less than 10 minutes, offensive odors as well as fungus, mold, bacteria and viruses are eliminated, without exposing your pets and family to harsh chemicals and cleaners.

How Does it Work? Well Let’s Go Geek for a Moment.

The active ingredient in Duct Aid is Thymol. It comes from the oil of common herbs and is a naturally occurring anti-microbial which means that it’s a plant-based anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-mold product. Thymol breaks down quickly and is less toxic and less harmful to the environment in comparison to other chemical cleaners. (See Reference 3.) In Duct Aid, Thymol crystals are the base of the formula used to clean these microbes from the air ducts.

The inventor, Ef Martinez, of Venice Florida, spent years assuring the fogger produced a fine mist propellant that would be carried through the system. The user turns off the air-conditioner and removes the filter but turns the fan on high for the short period that it takes to dispense the product. The patented fogger nozzle and actuator prevent the fogger from spraying the user in the face; and assures that the mist propels upward for the dispensing period. The self adhesive pad attaches to a clean surface in the air handler or at the return vent. The product can be dispensed hands-free on a clean surface, pointing to the return vent. Once the product is fully dispensed, a clean filter can be put into the air conditioner and its operation returned to normal.

Where Can I Use the Product? Can it help to reach a new normal? Yes, it can.

The product was developed by Ef to improve the air quality in his own home after struggling for years with allergies, and realizing that one of the primary concerns in his home was his duct system. After researching Lysol and other cleaning products, and even applying them to his own duct system in an effort to combat sleepless, allergic nights, he discovered Thymol as a natural solution.

The product can be used in cars, RVs, trucks, homes, apartments, Limos, buses, trains, planes. His travel size pump spray can be used to freshen masks. For those of us whose apartments or condominiums share retail and medical office spaces on the ground floors this product will put your mind at ease.

Does your office space or your car smell musty from being closed up during the pandemic? The Duct Aid with Thymol Fogger sanitizes musty, moldy areas and its odor. Additionally it kills bacteria, fungus preventing other microbes from moving in. The product can be used in innumerable ways for personal and commercial spaces and vehicles.

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  1. Links associated with the spread of the virus through air systems and confined spaces: and and
  2. Links to EPA and Thymol.
  3. Thymol in the News.   and   and  and  and