In a sea of charcoal air purifiers, the Moso Natural Air Purifying Bag stood out. It was one of the only ones we tested that was specifically designed to be a purifier, rather than just a bag of charcoal leftover from grilling a steak.
The main selling point of the Moso bag is that it can last two years if you rejuvenate it by exposing it to sunlight for one hour per month. This saves you money and makes the purchase more environmentally friendly.
The only downside we found with the bag is that it’s not great at trapping odors in small spaces—it’s better for open areas like larger rooms and garages. You can also use it to purify garden soil and water for plants, but it will take about six months to do so.