Alternative solutions for better air quality in the home and office are being sought by everyone who want cleaner indoor air. We spend 90% of our time indoors and the impact of air pollution affects us more in these spaces than outdoor air. Buildings often emit toxic chemicals from paint, carpet, cement, glue, mold, and other indoor pollutants. In addition, there are issues with air conditioners and heating ducts recirculating bad air. The forced air dries out mucus membranes, further aggravating allergies and causing inhabitants (especially in office settings) to catch colds and flus and contract other respiratory tract infections.