As one of the estimated 10% of people who suffer from allergies, I would like to make a plea to those wanting to odorize more and more products and places--don't. I had to stop using perfumes in college, then a few years later I had to start looking for odor-free versions of everything from facial tissue to laundry detergent. When a department store or magazine includes a perfume sample I start sneezing. My problem gets worse with age.
I can't believe that in the future I might have to shop for odor-free furniture or look for the odor-free store and suffer from fewer choices because the majority of products make me sneeze. As was pointed out in your article, fresh, clean air is the best smell.
NANCY L. C. STEELE