We rent a house. Many people have lived there before. You can imagine them cooking or doing some cleaning with strange products that have a strong smell. The reason is that the girls and I are always imagining we detect odors. We often ask what smells funny, but we can’t find a cause. It could be the moldy walls and the ancient layers of paint leaking smells. It has become a game in our house, but frankly it is disturbing. I want a clean air environment and have to solve this problem. Anyone who owns or rents an old house knows what I am talking about.
I then found out about an air purifier with a hepa filter. I did a little research and agreed that this would work. Hepa filters eliminate 99.97% of the allergens and pollutants from the air without producing more harmful byproducts in the process. You can now enjoy the great indoors. They are quiet and won’t bother your sleep with its light white noise. You can count on quality – top rated hepa air purifiers produce totally clean air. You get peace of mind knowing your unit as long-term reliability and is easy to service. The machine is smart! It tells you when it’s time to check the filters. They are great for bedrooms, offices, living rooms, basements, and more to take care of dust, pollen, mold, pet dander, allergies, bacteria, and odors.
So we installed one of these marvels as soon as was humanly possible. We chose a popular brand that promised effective air cleaning. That was what we needed with an emphasis on odor reduction. From the day we started using the air purifier, we noticed the difference. Now it runs virtually all of the time. I suppose that wastes electricity but it is well worth it. Living with clean air is essential to good health and well-being. I don’t know why we put up with the smalls for so long. We were just about to paint the interior thinking that it would freshen things up. But odor sneaks up on you from anywhere, especially bathrooms and kitchens.
We are protective of our new air purifier and make sure it is always in good running condition. If it needs a replacement filter, then by all means it gets one. Who knew how important something as mundane as an air filter could be. Do we miss our “what’s that smell” game? Not at all. We used to think it was funny and it was done in a mocking tone; but now it no longer applies. I recommend an air purifier to anyone with a similar problem. It beats lighting scented candles all the time as they are rather intense fragrances. You can plug in things to disguise odors and you can spray the house daily. But why not go the easy route and get an air purifier. It is the modern solution to the odor problem.