Air purifiers are great at trapping the dust, pollen and pet hair floating around your home, but what happens to all of these tiny particles? Once these particles are trapped in your air purifier, they are stored in the filter. Over time these particles build up and decrease the efficiency of the air purifier. That's why it is important to regularly change your air purifier filters.
The smoke from wildfires can make air unhealthy to breathe indoors and outdoors. Using an air purifier can drastically improve your home's air quality. Here are three of our favorite products.