After extensive research and development, a breakthrough has allowed ECOBOND Paint to successfully create a smoke and odor blocking paint specially formulated as a defense and protection against odors from cigarettes, marijuana, fire and pets.
“We are passionate about restoring our environment and protecting people from the hazards of smoke and odor with our patent-pending ECOBOND OdorDefender paint technology. We are pleased to announce our latest breakthrough in smoke odor removal,” stated James Barthel, President and creator of ECOBOND. “As we researched the prevalence of this problem, we discovered facts and statistics on both the staggering number of cigarette as well as marijuana smokers, combined with scientific studies on an interesting phenomenon called ‘thirdhand Smoke’, we knew we had to develop a solution, and I’m pleased to report that we have!,” continued Barthel.
Thirdhand smoke consists of the tobacco residue from cigarettes, marijuana, and other products left behind after smoking that builds up on surfaces and furnishings. The National Institute of Health found that these toxic brews can then reemit back into the air and recombine to form harmful compounds that remain at high levels long after smoking has stopped.
- the CDC reported that 37.8 million U.S. adults were current cigarette smokers. This represents an estimated 14,590,800 households impacted by cigarette smoke.
- Gallup reported that over 40 million U.S. adults say they smoke marijuana. This represents an estimated 15,440,000 households impacted by marijuana smoke.