A new system that helps you remove odors and prevent mold from entering your home is coming to your door.
The iKas closet system uses an electric blanket to capture and trap the odors, then uses sensors to track them and determine what the source of the odor is.
The company claims that the blanket system is the safest and most effective indoor cleaning tool available.
“The iKasa closet system is safe, easy to use, and inexpensive,” iKash said in a press release.
“With iKAs technology, we can capture odors from any closet and use them to identify the source.
Our technology also allows for efficient cleaning with minimal waste, making it ideal for homeowners.”iKas is using a company called Alesys, a startup that provides systems that help businesses, universities and schools install and operate energy-efficient systems.
The system uses a sensor to detect the source odor, then analyzes it to determine its type and how much moisture it contains.
Once it has identified the odor source, it uses infrared sensors to determine what level of moisture is in the room and what level is acceptable.
When an odor causes mold growth, the system can be activated and the system is able to collect moisture that can then be disposed of by using an energy-saving vacuum cleaner.
The iKitas system uses four LED lights, each of which can be programmed to emit an infrared light, which indicates the source is moldy.
When it detects mold growth in the closet, the lights light up and emit a green light that indicates mold growth.
Once the mold growth is identified, the infrared lights light on, and the room is then cleaned.
If the odor does not change in the time it takes to clean the room, the sensor lights will turn off, and when they do turn on, they emit a red light.
The iKOA system uses two sensors that can be configured to emit different wavelengths of light.
When a mold grows in the same room as a light sensor, the two sensors light up green, indicating mold growth and indicating that the room should be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner or a humidifier.
Once mold growth occurs, the sensors light on and emit an orange light indicating mold.
When mold growth stops, the iKOAs lights turn off and the sensors lights go on.
When mold growth does not occur, the systems lights turn on and they emit the green light indicating that mold growth has stopped.