Chikuno Cube Natural Air Freshener

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A 2008 Good Design Award winner, the Chikuno Cube is made from activated bamboo charcoal powder and clay minerals. It is highly absorbent of air particles that cause odor. The material is carefully processed at a high temperature in order to make it extremely porous, while the micro-honeycomb structure increases its surface area. Product Features:
  • Made 100% from natural bamboo charcoal and clay minerals
  • Non-scented and free of any chemicals
  • Extremely porous material and micro-honeycomb structure for increased absorbency
  • Reusable for 12 months: renew by exposing it to the sun for 6 hours every month
  • Compact size (1.6 x 1.6 x 1.6″) makes it ideal for refrigerators, closets, laundry room, etc.

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Weight .250 lbs
Origin

Japan

Awards

2008 Japanese Good Design Award

Dimensions

41 × 41 × 41mm

Handle and Care

Expose in sun for 6 hours once a month, and gently wipe off surface dirt with dry cloth

4 reviews for Chikuno Cube Natural Air Freshener

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    ippinka

    “This litlle charcoal cube is a piece of art! It works but also is beautiful to look at! Small piece of inspiration.” – Hara D.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    ippinka

    “I have replaced the baking soda in the fridge with one of these. it works better, looks better and is reusable. I am planning to buy a couple more to put in our garbage room and bathroom.” – Schelley

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    ippinka

    “Amazing! First, I was bit suspicious how well this little cube would work, but….wow!! It is going to be the gifts to all my friends from now on.” – Rena

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    glgoodwin (verified owner)

    Works great! I have mine in the refrigerator and have noticed a huge difference. After a couple of months, I noticed a smell returning to the fridge, so I put the cube out in the sun for a few hours. This restored the cube to its smell-killing self, and now all is good again.

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