The real question is why shouldn’t you? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that on average, indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Air purifiers are designed to eliminate impurities in the air (even impurities that are so microscopic they are invisible to the eye.)Of course, you don’t have to suffer from allergies to experience the benefits of an air purifier. Personal air purifiers can filter dust, dirt, and viruses, protecting you from harmful airborne particles while keeping your home clean so you don’t have to dust as frequently. So you stay healthy and your home stays beautiful.
If you suffer from allergies (especially dust), the best place is your bedroom. If you have pets, place your Air Purifier in the room where they spend most of their time. No matter which room, make sure it is a few feet away from the walls for maximum airflow.
Microns are used to measure the size of microscopic airborne particles, including the microscopic impurities that your air purifier works so hard to eliminate. One micron is 1/25,000 of an inch. To put that into perspective, dust mites average around 300 microns and a grain of sand can be over 800 microns.
HEPA is an acronym for High Efficient Particulate Air. Any true HEPA filter guarantees that the filter will capture airborne particles down to 0.3 microns in size, 99.97% of the time. So it means you’re breathing clean, fresh air around the clock.
We suggest every 3-6 months, but it really depends on your usage and the quality of your air. Check your filter periodically to see if the filter needs to be replaced. You can change the filter by unscrewing the base cover, unwrapping the washable particle filter from the HEPA filter, wrapping it around a new HEPA filter and inserting it back into the unit. Hold the power button down for 5 second to reset the system. For more information, please read the Use & Care manual.