I went to the website of the company that makes the carbon sheets and blankets. The manufacturer is Calgon Carbon. Carbon cloths are listed under specialty products. One type has this description:
Due to its microporous structure, Zorflex® activated carbon cloth has an extremely large surface area. To put its capabilities into perspective, just 1g of Zorflex® activated carbon cloth has the surface area of over half the size of a football field. This, combined with the strong electrostatic forces within the cloth, enables the cloth to be highly efficient at adsorbing both liquids and gases.
If you react to toxic cars, old or new carpets, wardrobes, basement mold odors, mattress fumes or more, then consider the use of carbon blankets to absorb the fumes and odors. The activated carbon felt can be reactivated by placing in very hot sun for a few hours in the summer and 5 hours in winter sun. if they tear the separate parts will be effective even in smaller pieces.. Encase to avoid dust particles if you are severely asthmatic let someone else encase the carbon before use. Only 2 people out of thousands have had to do this. Activated Carbon Felt is, inert and insoluble and does not present any environmental hazards and is an improvement to activated carbon conventional granular or powdered activated carbon.
Environmentally sensitive can use this felt material for protection from toxic fumes, mold odor or tobacco fume situations. The felt blanket will absorb fumes from the carpet and the air and protect you from fumes and chemicals while it is on or near the offending item. We recommend encasing the blanket with a duvet cover, sew into a flat shee,t make shawls or scarves with it or even masks.
After my success with the Honeycomb, I ordered one of their black lace masks
and wore it Friday to the Palm Springs Art Fair where I got comments like Nice mask, Where can I get one of them?, I need one of those things too. (from David) It looks like you're wearing your underwear on your face! (Stranger) You're a lucky guy.
Resources for environmentally and MCS-safe non-toxic bedding:
http://www.thefutonshop.com/Organic-Wool-Mattress-Topper-Soft-3-inch/p/731/5694 (not on Planet Thrive list)