With so much disease and other stuff floating around in the air these days, you have to wonder how can you keep your home air quality good. If someone in your home was recently sick, how do you air out the germs from their sickness? Most of the time you can open some windows and let fresh air in. However, at certain times of the year, opening windows may not always be a good option because it’s too cold outside or maybe it’s too hot and there is no air circulating. So what can you do to help get rid of the bad air in your home? Homedics air purifiers, of course!
Get an Air Purifier
My affiliate partner, Homedics, offers a few air purifying systems that can help you “clear the air” so to speak. Here are a few great options that they have for your bedroom or living room.
The 5-in-1 UV large room air purifier above is perfect for getting rid of 99.97 percent of airborne allergens in the home. This air purifier has five settings and even allows you to infuse the air with aromatherapy which can help your overall well-being. The ultraviolet (UV) light within can help remove viruses, bacteria, and VOCs (typically present in paints). This unit is perfect for large bedrooms and living rooms.
This 4-in-1 small room air purifier can help you remove 99.9 percent of allergens and other pesky things floating through the air. It not only rids your room of dust and dander but also removes smoke. You can also enjoy aromatherapy with this model. This small unit is perfect for nurseries, dorms, and home offices.
The 5-in-1 Air Purifier does all that the previous products do but goes a step further to get ped odor out of the air. This unit is perfect for bedrooms, living rooms, and pet areas.
Are you ready to get germs and bacteria out of the air in your home? If you want to learn more about these products, including the prices, check out the Homedics website by clicking the image below to let them know I referred you.
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This blog article is the opinion of the author. It is not meant to take the place of professional advice.
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