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How do I wash the charcoal filter of XL-15 living air classic air purifier or the BreezeAT Living Air Purifier?

Posted by admin on May 15, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments

Have you recently purchased the XL-15 Living air Classic air purifier from Alpine Air Technologies? What about the BreezeAT Living air purifier? Well, we would like to congratulate you on your recent purchase! These are some of the top air purifiers available in the market today and you won’t be disappointed with the performance of your unit! In order for your unit to efficiently remove all of the bacteria and dust particles in the two step sanitizing process of releasing negative ions and ozone, you must make sure all parts are functioning correctly and are maintained. You want to clean the air purifier thoroughly each month so that it is able to effectively combat the indoor air pollution in your home. For the XL-15 and BreezeAT air purifiers, you must maintain the black charcoal filter on the back of the units. For these models, we recommend cleaning this part of the unit every 30 days. The charcoal metal frame filter is washable and can also be washed monthly. However, just like the newer back carbon filter for the newer models, you can also hand vacuum them once a month, or use a can of compressed air to dust it. Then you can wash it every 3 months depending on the amount of pollution where the unit is placed in your home. Remember, you must clean your air purifier so that it can function fully and to its best capability! Not doing so will prevent fresh indoor air quality, and may also result in your air purifier breaking down.

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