Thumbs down on air cleaners

With two small children and a city apartment, I've thought about buying one of those
Amey Stone

With two small children and a city apartment, I've thought about buying one of those "ionizing" air cleaners that promise cleaner air. Now I'm glad I didn't fork over the dough. The current issue of Consumer Reports found that some of the top brands emit potentially harmful amounts of ozone. You need a subscription to read the full report, but you can check out the press release here.

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