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Do ionized surfactants dissolved in water bind to odors in air when sprayed?

Question asked by Lisa Young on Jul 12, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2019 by Karen Wisniewski

I'm wondering if you use a spray bottle, not an aerosol can, to spray a cleaner containing mostly water and ionized surfactants into the air, will this remove odors from the air? I know things like Febreze and baking soda have molecules that bind to odor-causing molecules so that we don't smell them anymore, but I haven't been able to find a discussion yet on whether ionized surfactants work in a similar way to these molecules.