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The Oransi Ionic Fridge Air Purifier is pretty small but helps a great deal in my fridge!  Which is nice because I don't always have that much extra space. :)  I was really happy to try out this product!  I have opened plenty of refrigerators in my life where I've been hit in the face with an odor that is not appetizing.  This little gadget can fix that and it will put your mind at ease when you have guests helping themselves in your kitchen :):)

Here are the top 10 features:

1. Save money – for starters there are no replacement filters and nothing to clean. The air purifier uses 2 AA batteries that require replacement approximately every 45-90 days. Built-in micro processor controls the operation of the air purifier so it will cycle on and off to save battery life.

 2. Silent – no fans.

 3. Intuitive.

 4. Effective in the removal of odors and bacteria to keep your refrigerator smelling fresh and your food fresher. 

 5. Conveniently fits anywhere in your refrigerator.

 6. Attractive neutral color and cool contemporary design. 

 7. Easy operating instructions: Turn it on Freshen your refrigerator

8. Patented Piezo-electric technology: allows for a high negative ion output to freshen your refrigerator without the harmful side effects of ozone that is found in standard ionizers.

 9. Safety: The Ionic Fridge air purifier has received safety certifications from GS and CE as well as the RoHS lead free directive. Made of durable fire-resistant ABS materials. Tested for ozone production by ITI (Industrial Research Technology Institute) and found to be 0.011 ppm which is 78% below FDA limits.

10. Operating costs: Ionic Fridge purifier average battery costs: $1/month.

Disclosure: instead of actually cleaning my fridge I retouched this pic a bit lol
I have been using this for at least 2 weeks now and I keep taking big whiffs whenever I open my fridge so I can see if I notice a difference.  What I haven't noticed in these 2 weeks is any overwhelming smells.  Or really any distinctive smells at all.   The fridge always smells fresh and clean, even though it could use a date with a damp cloth. :)

I love how it is silent and clean looking.  I don't love having to replace batteries, but it's actually helpful for me because I more readily have batteries around than extra boxes of baking soda that I would ALWAYS forget about replacing.  Plus I don't think baking soda ever worked this well.  This fresh clean fridge smell I currently have has only existed at my house after I've completely cleaned out my fridge.

As for keeping my food fresher longer...I'm not sure if I've noticed this.  My food is certainly not spoiling quicker!  I can say this...lately I've been buying our bread at the local bread thrift store.  Bread is super cheap because the expiration date is approaching.  As soon as I can I put the bread in the fridge and I haven't had trouble with moldy bread yet!!  Which is actually funny because before when I would just buy regular bread and leave it on the counter I always ended up throwing some out even before the expiration date.

The Oransi Ionic Fridge Air Purifier retails for $29.99 and ships FREE!  Keep up to date with Oransi Products on Facebook and Twitter!  So I hope you have Pinterest because you'll need it for this giveaway.  Good luck!!

One reader will win a Oransi Ionic Fridge Air Purifier! US Only and no PO boxes.  To enter Pin the first Oransi picture with the link to this giveaway post.

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Comments

MRP said…
Sounds like a good idea! My fridge could certainly use it!
Anonymous said…
Would love to win this!! I sure could use it. Thank-you for so a great giveaway.
Abigail Thomson said…
SWEET! I need one anyways, it'd be great to win one!
pat said…
good giveaway, i need one of these with 2 teenagers in the house!
Amy Rose said…
I put this on my "Being Green" Board, but I'm not sure it really is compared to good old-fashioned baking soda! Still would love to win it!
mahnrafjtb said…
What a great product.
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Robin O said…
I feel like this air purifier would make our home healthier. Thank you for the giveaway!!
Anonymous said…
I so need one! This is awesome! Thanks for chance!


Christine m
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mommysap said…
Would love this! Thank you for the chance!
mommysap@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
love to win.
Eliz said…
This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks!
Marti Parks said…
I'm keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks.
Brynn said…
Mr fridge could use this!! So in need of this!
deanna said…
I want to win this for my parents
xo
carole said…
thanks for the chance to win this
Tammy S. said…
What a great product to give away!
momma8385 said…
Sounds like a great product.
Thank you for the chance.
:)Jeanne Bates Tennant
Rachel said…
This sounds awesome and my fridge sure could use it! Thanks :)
Andra Eads said…
This is such a great idea...looks really compact...I would love to win it for my mom for Christmas!!!
Vonnie Bailey said…
Love to win this. Thanks for the giveaway! Love your site!!
Stephanie said…
Great product! Would love to win!
momma8385 said…
Love the product.
Thank you for having an awesome giveaway.
:)Jeanne B.T.
Dharper Sails said…
Thank you for posting this amazing giveaway! I really hope I win
Jose Gueits said…
GREAT GIVEAWAY THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY
Jen and Andy said…
Our fridge could definitely use this!
keisarogers said…
Thanks for the chance to win!
nicolesender said…
Would love to try this and get rid of the box of baking soda!
nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com
would love to own this!

hannah k on the form

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