Milk Glass Perfume Lamp is beautiful and approximately 6″ high.
Perfume lamps have been purifying the air for over 100 years in homes all over the world. The primary function of these stylish glass perfume bottles is to purify the air of offensive household, pet and smoke odors. They can eliminate bothersome bacteria and germs, and ultimately increase oxygen levels while permeating the air with a gentle fragrance or even be fragrance free with our neutral deodorizer.
The process used by fragrance lamps sets them apart from candles, reed diffusers, oil burners, incense, room sprays, potpourri and sachets. All other home fragrance products “mask” existing odors and, in some instances, contribute to additional smoke and other airborne pollutants.
Perfume lamps use a method of catalytic combustion to move large volumes of air through the lamp’s heat chamber. This heat mixes with the room’s cooler air creating a continuous flow, a process known as catalytic conversion. Airborne molecules that contain cause foul odors are filtered through the lamp’s chamber and converted into oxygen. The catalytic burner reaches 140 degrees Fahrenheit to combust a special alcohol based fuel. The burning fuel releases molecules (negatively charged ions) into the air that capture and destroy impurities, resulting in purified air. In just 25-40 minutes, one fragrance lamp will deodorize and fragrance 1,000-1,400 cubic feet and under most circumstances, the effects will last for days.
Don’t just cover up odors in your home, eliminate them!