Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Keep your home fresh with Febreze Air Purifiers

Disclosure: This is a sponsored posting with Honeywell Fans. All opinions are 100% my own.

A Febreze Air Purifier is just what you and your family need for a hands-and-stress-free cleaning day. The Febreze Air Purifier has a powerful, replaceable dual action filter that traps up to 99% of airborne particles such as dust, pollen, and pet dander and it’s the ONLY air purifier that releases a fresh scent once it’s done cleaning. Equipped with three air-cleaning levels and a freshness control dial for the scent cartridge, this air purifier eliminates undesired odors and not to mention can be a cleaning time saver.

Key Features

· HEPA-Type filter removes up to 99% of air pollutants

· 3 air-cleaning levels

· Freshness scent control dial

· Automatic filter and scent replacement reminders ENERGY STAR® qualified

· Available in 3 sizes: Tabletop, Mini Tower and Tower

· Available nationwide at the suggested retail prices of $59.99-$89.99

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My Thoughts

The Febreze Air Purifier comes in several different sizes. I chose to get the smaller tower to be used in a smaller room. I'm currently using it in a larger room than it recommends, but it seems to be working well. But I'm sure when I move it into the room it's sized for, it will work better.

This is not an air purifier that you leave on at all times. Instead, you turn it on for the desired amount of time. I usually turn it on in the afternoon for a few hours. I couldn't find anything in the instruction manual that said how long to run it. I was looking for a little more information as far as the unit itself, but the manual really only gave detail on how to set it up.

It was easy to set up. Find a spot. Open the back part and remove the plastic off the filter then put in the scent pack on the top. Plug in then pick the settings that you'd like. My first time using it, I kept it on low and the scent in the middle. I didn't notice much "scent" in the air. So the next few times I used it, I put it on the middle fan setting and cranked the sent up a little more. I was then able to smell it.

I've checked the filter several times and so far it's staying clean, which surprised me with the amount of animals I have. I figured it'd be full of hair after a few uses. The scent that comes with the unit is a fresh smell, nothing over powering yet it's pleasing. I wouldn't say it was feminine or masculine, so it should appeal to most anymore using it.

The unit is meant to suck in the air in your room and filter it out, leaving the air fresh and clean. It's one of those things that's hard to judge is it's working, but I can't see any reason to report it isn't. I've enjoyed my Febreze Tower. I like that it's collecting dust and dander as well as giving my room a pleasant scent.

If you're looking to freshen the air in your home, I think the Febreze Air Purifier is a great option for your home.