PlaneAire Surface & Air Purifying Travel Mist

by Holly Riddle

Sep 20, 2019

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Products / Travel

Stay safe and germ-free the next time you travel with PlaneAire Surface & Air Purifying Travel Mist. The lab-tested and scientifically proven formula kills nearly 100 percent of the surface bacteria travelers encounter in airports, planes and hotels, while still being organic and all-natural. The formula includes a blend of just six certified organic essential oils and ingredients from organic fruit, but still manages to kill serious bacteria and viruses, from staph and MRSA to salmonella. There are no harmful chemicals like alcohol or bleach.

 

PlaneAire is safe for use on every part of your travel experience, including your plane seat and pillow, tray table, air vent, seat at the airport — anything. The non-offensive smelling formula is even fine to just spray in the air around you and there’s no oily residue left behind. The formula doesn’t stain and is quick to dry.

 

“As the barrage of news about the inescapable issue of germ-infested airplanes and hotels continues, PlaneAire is a well-timed solution for travelers who want to stay calm and protected. PlaneAire provides a scientifically-proven, all-natural option to combat germs on surfaces you touch to avoid harmful bacteria someone else has left behind,” said Deborah Lu Lynch, president, EverywhereAire, LLC.

 

PlaneAire is available for just $15 at select U.S. airports such as LGA, JFK and EWR, as well as on Amazon. It comes in a TSA-approved, two-ounce mist bottle, rather than an aerosol can.

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