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What are Air Ionizers? Air Ionizers are used to purify the air in your home. Through the positively or negatively charged ion particles in the air of your home, Air Ionizers create more negative ions in the air. These negative ions are highly charged and can be spread about the rooms of your home with fans within the home air ionizers themselves. How do Air Ionizers work? The negative-charged ions attract contaminants that may be floating around the air of your home, negatively affecting the air that you breath and possibly making you sick. These contaminants that home air ionizers attract and then eliminate are nasty particles such as mold spores, dust mites, and other particulates, microbes, and odors from the air. This gives your home a more pleasant smell and a healthier environment to be breathing in. Who uses Air Ionizers? Many people with allergies and severe respiratory conditions use home air ionizers to increase the quality of the air they breathe and, ultimately, their standard of life. But it doesn’t take a sensitive person to recognize the large amount of debris, dust, spores, motes, hair, and skin cells along with all the other air particulates that pollute the very air we are breathing every day, whether you're awake or asleep. The next time a ray of sunshine is peeking through your window, take a look at just how poor your air quality is, you may be shocked.