How do we remove unwanted smells in the bathroom? We use candles, sprays, and/or the fan. Candles and sprays don't eliminate the odor, they simply mask it. We add a nice smelling fragrance to the air in hopes of not smelling the unpleasant one by covering it up. Then you have bathroom fans which work by removing the smell, but they take a long time to work in most cases.
There is a new toilet seat making news around the globe on Kickstarter. The creator is trying to raise money to produce the Fresh Air Plus. This toilet seat is designed to remove unpleasant smells from the air. The toilet seat works with a built in fan that vents the air outside via a tube and a hole cut in your wall.
One of the downsides of an electronic bidet toilet seat having so many amazing features is that some of these amazing features have to take a backseat. With the hype of this new toilet seat we wanted to bring attention to a lesser known feature on many of the electronic bidet toilet seats.
The fact is we have several bidet seats that have built in deodorizers, and the best part is you don't have to cut a hole in your wall to use it. The bidet deodorizer also has a built in fan but this fan works a little differently than the Fresh Air Plus. Through the process of adsorption the bidet deodorizers remove the unpleasant smells from the air. Adsorption occurs through the carbon filtration system in the toilet seat, actually removing the odor instead of just covering it up.
Adsorption utilizes a filtration system that contains active carbon. Oxygen activates the carbon and causes this material to develop millions of pores, and this greatly expands the surface area of the charcoal. This surface attracts unwanted odor particles in the air in large amounts, so air that comes through the filtration system is much cleaner and without unwanted odors.
Bidet air deodorizers use a fan to increase the air that circulates, and this means more air is cleaned and deodorizers. The fan pulls in air that has odors and removes the particles with the carbon filtration system, and this is very effective at truly deodorizing rather than simply covering up the odors in your bathroom.
The bidet deodorizing process works very well. Why cut a hole in your wall if you do not have to or try to just mask odors with fragrant chemical sprays? Here are our most popular bidet models that have a built in deodorizer:
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding deodorizers or any of our bidets.