Febreze, along with most other commercial air fresheners are in no way environmentally friendly or “green”. They contain volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) called 1,4 dichlorobenzene(1,4 DCB) which cause soil, groundwater, as well as air pollution. Scariest of all, this 1,4 DCB was found to be a carcinogen, which is something that causes cancer, and being around this product too much can also cause lung damage. So not only is it bad for the environment, it is also bad for your health.
When you take into account the production process of this product, the plastic involved, the chemicals in the fragrance, and so on, then yes, it can be considered bad for the environment. Here is a natural way to freshen your home:
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