How do you deal with airborne reactions in general?
Are there certain measures or products you're currently using to help reduce airborne allergic reactions to peanut dust in enclosed space (such as airplanes, cars, schools, etc.)?
If so, what can be improved about the product you're currently using/what does it lack?
If not, what is an innovation that would be of value to you in a situation like this?
The reason I'm asking these questions is because I'm a student who also has a peanut allergy working on a solution to help alleviate airborne peanut reactions. I think I've found a solid solution, but I want to make sure that it's not overlapping anything else that currently exists, and at the same time trying to improve its functionality. Thanks in advance for all of your help!