WARNING: Indoor Air Pollution 2-5 Times Higher Indoors than Outdoors, This Device “Ionizes” Your Home’s Air
“Ionize” Airborne Particles
Your home’s air could be more dangerous than the air you breathe outside . That’s why Clarifion™ uses negative ions to remove air particles from a certain area and to repel some airborne bacteria and viruses. So you can breathe cleaner air at home.
Americans Love Clarifion™
“My allergy symptoms have decreased a lot since using this for the last few weeks. I also have a dog, but you would never know because our air is clean. I love this product.”
Change Your Home’s Air
Indoor air quality can be 2-5 worse inside than outside. Clarifion™ uses ionizing technology to attach to certain airborne particles. The heavy weight drops many of these particles to the floor.
Other air purifiers can cost you $800 or more! Plus you might have to spend money on air filter replacements every few months. Clarifion™ gives your family ionized air for a fraction of the cost without any expensive upkeep.
Clarifion™ was designed to be super easy to use, you just plug it in any standard wall outlet and it goes to work.
The truth is - not everyone wants to spend thousands of dollars on home air purifiers or spray their home with air fresheners.
That’s why Clarifion™ ionizes your home’s air for a fraction of the cost.
So Easy That Anyone Can Use It
“Why Should I Use Clarifion™ to Clean the Air in my Home?”
Clarifion™ Created an Affordable Air Ionizer for Every American Home
Finally, a device that can reduce allergens so you can fight off the sniffles.
Clarifion™ uses negative ions to repel certain airborne bacteria and viruses... to remove air particles wherever you plug it in… and to reduce allergens. So your home’s air is cleaner and more crisp.
Americans are getting peace of mind knowing Clarifion™ is ionizing airborne particles all day long.
Where Can I Get This?
Clarifion is ONLY available online and can't be found in stores.
What is Clarifion™?
larifion™ is an air ionizer that cleans your home’s air by removing air particles (2).
Clarifion™ was created to help Americans “scrub” the air inside their home and repel specific bacteria and viruses from the air (3)(4).
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does Clarifion Work?
Clarifion™ uses negative ions to remove air particles and repel specific airborne bacteria and viruses.
Do I need Replacement Filters?
No, Clarifion does not need any replacement filters or maintenance.
How many do I need for my Home?
Clarifion™ is perfect for an average sized room. We recommend using one in bedrooms, bathrooms, dining rooms, living rooms & more!
Do you have a Physical Store?
No, Clarifion™ is exclusively sold online and can't be found in any stores.
Why Should I Use Clarifion™ Instead of Other Devices?
“Since buying clarifion, my allergies and asthma has improved drastically! It does work!”
Clarifion™ is perfect for every room in your home:
Repels Specific Bacteria & Viruses
Might not effect bacteria & viruses
Super Easy to Use
Can Reduce Allergens
Might not reduce allergens
No Filter Replacements
30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee
No money back
Air Quality Indoors can Be Much Worse than Outdoors
Just think about it, how many hours do you spend at home? All this time you could be breathing in risky airborne particles if you don’t have a way to make your air cleaner.
(1) Why Indoor Air Quality Is Important to Schools. 25 Oct. 2018, www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/why-indoor-air-quality-important-schools.
(2) Shiue, A., Hu, S.C. and Tu, M.L. (2011). Particles Removal by Negative ionic Air Purifier in Cleanroom. Aerosol Air Qual. Res. 11: 179-186. https://doi.org/10.4209/aaqr.2010.06.0048.
(3) Shepherd, S.J., Beggs, C.B., Smith, C.F. et al. Effect of negative air ions on the potential for bacterial contamination of plastic medical equipment. BMC Infect Dis 10, 92 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2334-10-92
(4) Escombe, A. R., Moore, D. A., Gilman, R. H., Navincopa, M., Ticona, E., Mitchell, B., Noakes, C., Martínez, C., Sheen, P., Ramirez, R., Quino, W., Gonzalez, A., Friedland, J. S., & Evans, C. A. (2009). Upper-room ultraviolet light and negative air ionization to prevent tuberculosis transmission. PLoS medicine, 6(3), e43.
(5) Colbeck, I., & Nasir, Z. A. (1970, January 1). Indoor Air Pollution. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-90-481-8663-1_2
(6) Goodman, N., & Hughes, J. F. (n.d.). Long-range destruction of Der p 1 using experimental and commercially available ionizers. Retrieved from https://europepmc.org/article/med/12569983