My media air cleaner comes with several filters

For the past six years, I only remember coming down with a freezing a single time.

It’s possible I was exposed to freezing and flu viral particles on several occasions, even though I either showed few symptoms if any or I failed to contract the viruses themselves.

When I was still in fall semesters ago, I would get sick up to several times a year if I wasn’t careful about hand washing and things like that. After I nearly came down with pneumonia as a sophomore, I started to get serious about using hand sanitizer and not touching my eyes or mouth with dirty hands. It might seem trivial for someone who is used to never being careful, but it came in handy years later when the COVID pandemic started. At least by this point I had years of experience being careful with handwashing and the like. These afternoons I’ve managed to stop myself from getting sick more than once a year. I still haven’t knowingly contracted COVID, simply out of my paranoia and constant mask-wearing tendencies when I’m in public near others. Currently I use an media air cleaner in my beach house that improves the indoor air quality even more than it is to begin with. I like how effective my media air cleaner is at air sanitization, as it contains several separate filters stacked on a single another. There’s a dust filter, an activated charcoal filter for aromas, and a HEPA filter for anything that isn’t collected by the first more than one. HEPA filters are rated to collect anywhere between 95% and 99.9% of airborne particles. Even tiny viral and bacterial particles are collected by media air cleaners as they run.


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