How do you shop for the most efficient air filters for your house?
I like to pay the least amount that I can for air filters while making sure that I obtain the best quality that I can afford. I manage to accomplish this task by shopping at Walmart for my filters. If I am low on cash, I may have to compromise by purchasing a cheaper filter, but I will only do this occasionally, and when I do, I do not leave the cheap filter in place for too long. A cheap filter will usually do a fair job for approximately one month, I find. If you have the cash, that is, if you can afford to purchase the better filters, you are better off for it. Best regards, Dr. Haddox
If you wanted to keep it cheap, buy a washable one. Although why would anyone who needs to have clean air for a health issue buy cheap. also a good way to keep the air clean in your home to really keep your bedroom clean since you are spending 8 or more hours a day in this area. Wash sheets and pillow cases at least every 2 days. Wash your pillows too or put them in the freezer it will kill all of the dust mites on them. Take a UV light over the bed and kill all of the dust mites. Although this is extreme it does work, I have been a pro at this since 1997.
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