Germs are Gross

Hunter is a popular brand for home shopping channels. The air purifiers they make are also available at mass merchants and home centers, including Walmart, Best Buy, and Lowe’s. So apparently there are a lot of people out there who find germs to be gross and want to use a machine to tackle them in the air, along with dust, pollen, allergens, bacteria, smoke, and odors. This is a marvel of an appliance that makes you feel that your home has really had the once over beyond a little dusting and a floor mop. They can’t produce enough of these fast enough to supply the rampant demand.

During cold and flu season, my parents always would drag the Hunter out. They thought it would make us well faster if we breathed in better air minus the respiratory irritants and airborne pollutants. They were probably right and are not taking too many precautions. Since I grew up this way, I decided to buy my own appliance at the opportune moment since I, too, believe, that germs are gross. It is a small price to pay for good health.

You would be surprised at what is floating about in the air, and you can’t avoid it. If you open your windows and doors a lot, more stuff comes in to plague your lungs and sinuses. It is no wonder so many people have allergies. Thank goodness someone invented a high-tech remedy. High-tech innovations are on standby to help with almost any human ailment. After all, the air we take into our bodies is just as important as the food and beverages we consume. It is said that air quality ranks among the most significant factors on our health. This means that air purification is one of our top priorities. It is for me. It pays to learn what you can and consult with expert staff in stores where you can get information and a quick demonstration. It also pays to listen to people who own them and get their opinion. You are all part of a club of people who believe in self-protection through modern technology. Anyone who has struggled for a breath at night due to allergies knows of what I speak. You will, like me, run out and get a quiet, highly effective machine that has the best rating. A Hunter is not a bad choice. Since 1886, Hunter has provided the world with fans, lighting, humidifiers, whole house air purifiers and air filters of the utmost craftsmanship and quality. With styles ranging from classic to contemporary, products are not only ultra-quiet, but are also beautifully built. Intent on making your comfort a priority, Hunter designs products with quick, easy installation and maintenance in mind. If this sounds like an ad, it certainly is. I use it and can attest to the veracity of these words.

I know that I can clean my house top to bottom, but still smell lingering odors when I walk in the front door. An air purifier takes cleanliness to the next level through carbon pre-filters and permanent HEPA filters that together capture almost 99.9% of dust, pollen, mold spores, and odors (including acetone benzene, ethylene glycol and formaldehyde) that pass through the unit. I get improved air quality instantly. Plus the machine actually tells me when I need new filters. Amazing! Plus, the 3-speed fan control means I can dampen noise when I want. Did I say a marvel of high-tech yet? I believe that I did.