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What You Didn't Know You Were Missing This Thanksgiving: Clean Air

What You Didn't Know You Were Missing This Thanksgiving: Clean Air

Same routine, different Thanksgiving. Wake up, watch the Macy’s Parade, then start cooking. Since most of the day is spent in the kitchen preparing the meal, the last thing you want to think about is keeping the indoor air clean for your family and friends. An air purifier can be the perfect solution to this. 


We have the top reasons you need an air purifier in your home for Thanksgiving this year

Holiday Gift Guide for the Health Conscious

Holiday Gift Guide for the Health Conscious

Ready or not, here comes the Holiday Season! Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift for the essential oil lover in your life or the one always suffering from allergies, Filter-Monster has a variety of health-conscious gifts that will check another person off your list. We’ve put together a list of our favorite products for a happy, healthy holiday!
  • Alex Price
How-To: Replacing your Alen Air Filter

How-To: Replacing your Alen Air Filter

Your air purifier collects a lot of annoying particles in your home - but then what happens to those particles? If you have ever wondered how your air purifier is filtering out all those particles and allergens, the answer is simple: They get trapped in the filter. That's why it's so important to clean your filter or replace it on a regular basis. When the filter is dirty, air can't pass through the filter, which means the air purifier won't clean efficiently. 
  • Alex Price
How-To: Replacing your Coway Air Purifier Filter

How-To: Replacing your Coway Air Purifier Filter

The filter in your air purifier is the ultimate cleaner. It traps all those pesky particles and allergens that cause you to cough, sneeze, and be annoyed. It's crucial that you are replacing and cleaning your air purifier filter on a regular basis. When it's dirty, air won't be able to pass through the filter causing inefficiency with your air purifier.
  • Alex Price
HEPA Air Purifier for Allergies

HEPA Air Purifier for Allergies

If you search Google for a True HEPA Air Purifier for allergies, you are going to be searching for days to find the best air purifier for your exact needs. Every brand advertises that they have the best air purifier to remove allergens from your home but it’s important you do your research to find the best bang for your buck. 

In this blog post, we’ll explain some of the most common terms you’ll find while looking for air purifiers, and some of the air purifiers we think will work best to fight allergies. 

  • Alex Price

Sustainably Grown Coconut Carbon

Coconut carbon continues to grow in popularity in a variety of filters because of its ability to absorb and capture particles passing through it. Up to 85-90% of coconut shells are covered in micropores which happen to be the same size as many of the contaminants we don't want in our air and water. This small micropore size makes it ideal for absorbing and capturing these particles.
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Healthier Water with NSF/ANSI 42, 53 and 401 Certifications

It's important to make sure your refrigerator water filter is held to the highest standards. All Filter-Monster water filters are certified by IAPMO Research and Testing to NSF/ANSI 42, 53 and 401 for the specific performance claims verified and substantiated by test data. 
  • Alex Price

True HEPA Filtration

Clever marketing has flooded the market with filters that are not effective at filtering the air you breathe. Claims like HEPA-Type, HEGA and more are creative ways to hide that a filter doesn't meet industry standards. A High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter must satisfy certain standards of efficiency, according to the United States Department of Energy. In order for a True HEPA filter to meet this standard, it must remove 99.97% of particles from the air as small as 0.3 microns in size.
  • Alex Price
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