The air purifier filter has to drip-dry and then it goes right back into the machine.
Air purifiers remove allergens from the indoor air. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes and can handle many different jobs both large and small. Indoor air purifiers are found in a number of businesses and doctors offices. Smaller machines can be purchased for home and personal use. I recently purchased an air purifier for my home. I found out that my youngest son suffers from asthma. He’s had three asthma attacks in the last 2 months. The pediatrician believes these attacks are triggered by dust and pollen. I’ve cleaned the house multiple times and used plenty of dust spray that is supposed to keep the dust away. I had the ductwork cleaned and sanitized by a professional HVAC company. I also purchased a room air purifier for my son. The room air purifier sits in the corner and runs all day and all night. Once each week I remove the washable air filter and clean it with the special solution that is provided in the box. The air purifier filter has to drip-dry and then it goes right back into the machine. I don’t even turn off the air purifier when I remove the filter from the machine. I know that isn’t helping the indoor air but I hate to turn the machine on and off again. So far, I think my son is feeling much better and I can thank the air purifier for his good health. I didn’t think one small machine could make such a huge difference for one little boy.
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