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As we learn about the air around us that we breathe in, we start to understand the importance that air cleaners in Singapore have on our overall health. Unfiltered air contains dust and dirt particles, chemicals, and bacteria unseen to the naked eye, but potentially harmful to your health. If anything, the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that airborne viruses can spread with frightening ease. Having an air purifier in Singapore helps filter out these viruses and dirt particles, ensuring that we’re breathing in clean and healthy air. This is why it’s important to keep these purifiers in excellent working condition so they can continue to provide you with clean air for the years to come. With that in mind, here are some dos and don’ts you should observe  to prolong your purifier’s lifespan.


Dos-Air purifier Singapore

1. Choose the right location

Did you know that there is a correlation between the efficacy of your air purifier in Singapore and where you place it? A general rule of thumb to observe is that the purifier should have sufficient space to allow for a proper exchange of air  to achieve optimal efficiency. Your air purifier in Singapore needs breathing space, so ensure that it has some clear space around the top and all four sides for unobstructed air circulation. An ideal location to place it would be on the ground, as that is where more pollutants are located. Hallways are also an ideal location as that is usually where more air exchange takes place. More importantly, point the purifier towards a general area where you’ll stand to receive most of the clean air.

Learn more: Best Areas to Place an Air Purifier in your Home

2. Wash or change the filters regularly

This goes without saying, but filters that have been used for too long will eventually lose their efficacy as more and more dirt particles accumulate around the filter over time. If left unchanged or unwashed, your air cleaner in Singapore won’t be able to do its job properly. Make it a point, therefore, to change or wash your filters (if they are washable); and when doing the latter, ensure that they are properly dried before placing them back into the purifier.

3. Clean in and around the purifier to prevent dust from collecting

The last thing you’ll want to do to your air purifier in Singapore is making its job harder than it already is. As dust accumulates in and around the purifier over time, you’ll want to clean it regularly to prevent even more dirt from being trapped within its filters, as that will lead to you having to wash or replace your filters instead. To clean your purifier, unplug it and use a dust cloth or vacuum the external grills and panels to remove dust build-up. You are also advised to follow the cleaning manual that comes with the appliance.


Donts-Air cleaner Singapore

1. Turn it off

You may think that you’re helping to save energy by turning off your air cleaner in Singapore whenever it’s not in use, but equally important is keeping the air around you clean at all times, especially if there are smokers or household members with respiratory health issues that require clean air. Most modern air purifiers today are energy efficient, so you can leave them on without worrying about energy consumption.

2. Let water or other liquids and flammable detergents enter the appliance

This is a fairly straightforward rule, but it’s not something that is done on purpose either. Like all electronics, avoid letting liquids, especially if they are flammable, enter your air purifier in Singapore so you do not run the risk of getting electrocuted, or causing a fire by short-circuiting the electronic parts within the appliance. Avoid placing the purifier near places that store the aforementioned liquids.

3. Block the air inlet and outlet

Most air cleaners in Singapore have noticeable air intakes and outlets to indicate where the air comes and goes. When these are blocked by objects, or by being placed too close to a wall, your purifier won’t be able to properly circulate the air. Therefore, ensure that the purifier isn’t closer than about two feet to the nearest wall or large object.

Lastly, investing in a durable and reliable air purifier could also go a long way in ensuring that you’ll have uninterrupted clean air for a longer time. To that end, check out Neosys’ range of high-quality air purifiers in Singaporemore information about our products can be found on our website.

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