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Q: What kind of air filter do you use?

I need one. Want to know what you use at the work or at the home.

 

I hear many expat use foreign brand like IQAir or BlueAir, but some use local brand like Yadu or even Phillips.

 

Please tell yours.

6 years 51 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Other cities

 
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Cigarettes. Filters the air better than anything else. There's a guide on how to make your own air cleaner on the 'net (a lot cheaper). I just wonder what's the benefit of using an air purifier at home because eventually you'd have to step outdoors and then...?

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The BlueAir model is great. We had one and you could absolutely feel the difference when you walked through the front door. We stopped using it because the filter was a little expensive. But it's definitely a great buy.

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i use plants

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I use nose hair.

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