Monday, February 26, 2024 | By Sarah Ling

No offense, but my Grampy is a pretty gross guy.

Not in like, a pervy way, but he just has always had major hygiene issues, and they have only gotten worse since my Grammy passed. His house honestly made me nauseous and I hated to go there, but I felt forced to spend time with him, since he didn’t have all that much time left.

But his house was pretty bad. It had this weird, sweet and bitter smell of death that really freaked me oout. I pointed it out to him only once, and he said I was making stuff up because I was looking for an excuse to abandon him all alone.

I told him that of course I didn’t want to abandon him, that I was just worried, but he just huffed and sulked and didn’t talk to me for the rest of the visit.

Ever since, I have held my tongue (and my breath) when I went to visit him, and did the best I could to clean up when he took naps.

But one day, I got pushed over the edge.

He had just laid down for a nap when I decided to get the lower cabinets in the kitchen. I had read online that they can be a major source of built up odor.

But when I opened the cabinet, I was in for the shock of my life.


I screamed SO LOUD and slammed that door shut and ran out of the house.

The commotion woke my Grampy, and he limped outside.

“What the heck are you hollerin’ about??” he asked.

“The… cockroaches… my god…” I could hardly make any sense.

He shrugged.

“I don’t bother them, they don’t bother me,” he said, matter-of-factly.

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.

“You know you have cockroaches like that, and you just… let them be?” I whispered. I felt like my throat was closing up, I was so freaked out.

“Sure, why not, live and let live,” he said with a chuckle, and walked back inside.

“I’ll be back later, Grampy,” I said, and went straight to the hardware store to get the biggest, baddest roach remover stuff I could find.

But when I brought the heavy-duty chemicals back, my Grampy said no.

“Those chemicals will hurt the cats, and I won’t have it! I told ya, live and let live!” he said, sternly.

I was at the end of my very last nerve.

It was time to bring in the big guns.

I decided to reach out to my strange cousin, Duncan. I wasn’t the biggest fan of talking to him. Even though he was my cousin, he had always been a weirdo, obsessed with creepy-crawly critters all our lives.

It made him pretty unpopular growing up, but he was doing well for himself now as a big-shot expert, making good money as a bug expert in all sorts of criminal cases. It was actually kind of cool to see him show up in newspapers and such helping put murderers away with his bug and rodent expertise.

I figured if anyone knew how to make a house a hostile environment for cockroaches, it would be Duncan.

I called him up and he told me he had a few minutes before he hopped on a plane to London (first class!!). So I quickly explained to him what was going on with Grandpa.

“I wish you had called sooner! It’s so dangerous for Grandpa to live like that!” he said.

“And there is a better way to take care of the cockroaches,” Duncan told me, “It’s affordable, natural, and effective, and no work at all.”

“What is it?” I was dying to find out!

“They’re called Nature Fresh bamboo charcoal bags, and they are incredible,” Duncan told me.

“Charcoal? How does that work for cockroaches?” I asked.

“It’s simple!” Duncan said, “Almost all bugs love a damp, smelly, bacteria-filled environment, because it provides them the comfort and nutrition they need to breed.”

“Airjoi bamboo charcoal bags work like a magnetic sponge for airborne toxins, and trapped humidity, with the tiny pores of the natural bamboo charcoal trapping the gross stuff, and holding it until it gets destroyed by UV light,” he told me.

Jeez, this sounded too good to be true!

“When you have Airjoi bamboo charcoal bags in your house, you have an extra layer of protection against all sorts of tiny invaders, from airborne bacteria, to cockroaches, to rats, without nasty chemicals or putting your family at risk,” he told me.

“They even suck up tiny eggs that are hard to see, and even harder to clean up!” Duncan said.

“Jeez!! These sound unbelievable!” I told Duncan, “But they must be expensive!”

“Not so, cuz,” Duncan said, “Airjoi gives you all those benefits for pennies on the dollar.”

I was impressed.

I thanked Duncan and told him I’d see him at the next family reunion, then I got on the computer. I had some research to do! I wanted to see for myself what the story on Airjoi was.

I was shocked!

There were 9,238 5 star reviews!!

A lot of people were talking about the many benefits of Airjoi, including acting as an air-purifier, dehumidifier, smell-killer, bacteria-trapper, allergy-smasher, toilet-plume vacuum, and pest-preventor.

When I saw there was a money-back guarantee, I decided there was nothing holding me back.

I had nothing to lose!

I ordered 10 bags right away. I figured putting a couple in my own house couldn’t hurt either.

The next time I went to visit Grampy, I secretly stashed the Airjoi bags all over his cupboards. Looking at those cockroaches in the eye made me feel like I was going to throw up, but I wasn’t going to let him live like that I f I could help it.

When I came back a few days later, I was shocked. His house smelled fresh and nice! He was even in a better mood than usual! He said that some fairy must have given his house a dusting, because he realized now how stinky it had been, but that he had been nose-blind to his own stale scent.

But the real test was the cockroaches.

When Grampy went to the bathroom, I walked into the kitchen, and slowly opened the cabinet, prepared for anything.

And to my shock, the cockroaches were gone!!!! There were some gross leavings that I quickly cleaned up, but not a single living roach in sight!! I was so happy!

I texted Duncan and gave him the good news, and he was happy to hear it too.

Now I’m obsessed with Airjoi, and I make sure that all our family has it in their houses. Even my hypochondriac cousin doesn’t get sick anymore!

Airjoi is a real-life miracle!

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