Air purifiers are a great tool to have for improving the air quality in your home. Air purifiers can help to reduce harmful pollutants and other allergens in the air. However, owning an air purifier is only one step in keeping your air fresh and clean. It is just as important to clean or replace the filter in your air purifier at regular intervals. This can range anywhere from three (3) to twelve (12) months.
The filters in your air purifier work by trapping dust, pollen, and other pollutants as air is circulated through your device. Over time however, the filter can become clogged and will be less effective at purifying the air. Dirty filters can become a breeding ground for mold and bacteria, further reducing the effectiveness of your air purifier. Neglecting to clean or change your filter can potentially cause your air purifier to malfunction.
Cleaning or replacing your air purifier’s filter at recommended intervals can help ensure that the device is running at peak efficiency and remains effective at removing harmful contaminants from the air. Regular maintenance to your filters also helps to extend the life of your air purifier and prevents any unnecessary repairs or replacements.
Regularly cleaning or changing your air purifier’s filter is crucial for keeping your device running at maximum efficiency. Check your device’s user manual for recommended filter replacement or cleaning times. Often an air purifier will also have a filter indicator that alerts users when it is time for filter maintenance