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What's in the New CARB Laws?While the California Air Resources Board oversees almost all matters of air quality in the state, the new laws going into effect for 2020 specifically address air purifiers and air cleaners that can legally be sold in the state. Beginning on January 1st, 2020, all air purifiers must be certified by the CARB. The certification process tests both electrical safety and ozone production. Per the new rules, all air purifiers must produce 0.050 parts per million of ozone or less. While these rules affect all air purifiers, it should be noted that there are certain types of purifiers that typically do not produce ozone at all. Specifically, units using a mechanical filter, such as HEPA air purifiers, usually do not produce ozone because they act simply by forcing air through a filtering medium.
What's the Thinking Behind These Rules?As officially stated by CARB on its website, the goal of the air cleaner regulation is to reduce public health risks by ensuring that people buying air purifiers in the state are not exposed to unsafe levels of ozone. Although most people think of ozone as an important compound in Earth's upper atmosphere (which it is), the compound is quite dangerous to human health when it is breathed in. Ozone exposure has been found to lead to coughing and lung irritation. It can also aggravate existing respiratory conditions such as asthma and emphysema. If exposure lasts long enough, it can even increase the risk of developing chronic pulmonary obstructive disorder (COPD). Part of the reason for the California CARB laws addressing air purifier certification is that ozone-generating devices are sometimes sold as air cleaners. Unfortunately, there is a widespread and greatly mistaken belief that ozone can combat air pollution at ground level, making home air healthier to breathe. According to the EPA, however, these claims have no scientific basis and are directly refuted by the known effects of ozone inhalation. In addition to preventing ozone exposure, these rules also ensure that air purifiers sold in California are tested for electrical safety. Now, when Californians buy air purifiers, they can be sure they are getting only the safest models. It should be noted that the air cleaner regulation does not necessarily reflect air purifier efficiency or efficacy, only the safety rating of each approved model.
What Air Purifiers Can Be Sold in California Under the New CARB Rules?While these rules may sound restrictive, there are many leading air purifier brands and models that already meet the standards and can be purchased by California residents. Below, you'll find a list of the brands and models currently approved for sale in California that we offer here at US Air Purifiers. To find the full list of all models currently approved by the California Air Resources Board, follow this link.
- Lotus- Filterless air purifier with color changing mood light. Covers up to 650 square feet.
- P3000 Iris- Filterless air purifier with night light. Covers up to 650 square feet.
- P1000- Filterless air purifier. Covers up to 450 square feet.
- P2000- Filterless air purifier. Covers up to 550 square feet.
- Tulip- Filterless air purifier with color changing top light. Covers up to 450 square feet.
- T800- Filterless air purifier for small spaces. Covers up to 180 square feet.
- UV600- Triple filtration model with UV germicidal lamp. Covers up to 2,000 square feet.
- UV600-V- Upgraded version of the UV600 with enhanced VOC and odor protection.
- R600- All-purpose unit. Covers up to 2,000 square feet.
- T600- Targeted to tobacco smoke and odors. Covers up to 2,000 square feet.
- T600DLX- Upgraded version of the T600 meant for heavy smoke and cigar smoke.
- T600 220V: 220-volt version of the popular T600 model.
- C600- Targeted to airborne chemicals. Covers up to 2,000 square feet.
- C600DLX- Upgraded version of the C600 for heavy chemicals and VOCs.
- V600- Targets VOCs and specific chemicals, recommended for wildfires. Covers up to 2,000 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 5 Exec w/o UV- Broad spectrum protection. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 5 Vocarb w/o UV- Targets pollutants, odors and VOCs. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 5 HDS w/o UV- Targets indoor smoke. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 5 MG MCS Supreme- Filtration for chemical sensitivities. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 5 HD MCS Supreme- 23-pound carbon filter for MCS patients. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 6 Exec w/o UV- Broad spectrum protection. Covers up to 1,800 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 6 Vocarb w/o UV- Targets pollutants, odors and VOCs. Covers up to 1,800 square feet.
- AirMedic Pro 6 HDS w/o UV- Targets indoor smoke. Covers up to 1,800 square feet.
- AirMed 3 Exec w/o UV- Focus on particles with carbon filter. Ideal for smaller spaces such as bedrooms.
- AirMed 3 Vocarb w/o UV- Small space purifier with a focus on VOCs, odors and gases.
- AirMed 1 MG Exec w/o UV- General coverage for up to 400 square feet.
- AirMed 1 MG Vocarb w/o UV- VOC, odor and gas protection for up to 400 square feet.
- Allergy Machine- HEPA and carbon filtered, targets allergens. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- Allergy Machine 220V- 220-volt version of the Allergy Machine.
- Allergy Machine JR- Compact version of the Allergy Machine. Covers up to 700 square feet.
- Allergy Machine JR 220V- 220-volt version of the Allergy Machine JR.
- Healthmate- Powerful overall protection from particles and gases. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- Healthmate Plus- HEPA and carbon filters for MCS and other sensitivities. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- Healthmate JR- Smaller version of the Healthmate model. Covers up to 700 square feet.
- Healthmate Plus JR- Smaller version of the Healthmate Plus model. Covers up to 700 square feet.
- Healthmate 220V- 220-volt version of the Healthmate.
- Healthmate JR 220V- 220-volt version of the Healthmate JR.
- Healthmate Plus 220V- 220-volt version of the Healthmate Plus.
- Healthmate Plus JR 220V- 220-volt version of the Healthmate Plus JR.
- Bedroom Machine- HEPA + carbon purifier designed to promote better sleep. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- Bedroom Machine 220V- 220-volt version of the Bedroom Machine.
- Pet Machine- Designed to optimally deal with pet hair, dander and odors. Covers up to 1,500 square feet.
- Pet Machine 220V- 220-volt version of the Pet Machine.
- Baby's Breath- Airborne contaminant protection for children's rooms. Covers up to 700 square feet.
- Baby's Breath 220V- 220-volt version of the Baby's Breath.
- Pro M- Small-space purifier performing 5 air changes per hour. Covers up to 390 square feet.
- Pro L- Higher-capacity variant of the Pro M. Covers up to 780 square feet.
- Pro XL- Largest of the Pro Series. Covers up to 1,180 square feet.
- 480i Classic HEPA- Broad spectrum model with optional dual protection filter. Covers up to 434 square feet.
- 605 HEPA- HEPA coverage for large rooms and open areas. Covers up to 775 square feet.
- 211+- Particle and carbon filtration for mid-sized spaces. Covers up to 540 square feet.
- TRIO- Medical-grade air purification with UV germicidal lamp. Covers up to 1,000 square feet.
- TRIO 220V- 220-volt version of the standard TRIO model.
- HealthPro- Advanced particle filtration with HyperHEPA technology. Covers up to 1,240 square feet.
- HealthPro Plus- Adds gas and odor cell to HealthPro standard filtration. Covers up to 1,125 square feet.
- HealthPro Compact- Smaller version of the standard HealthPro.
- GC Multigas- Focus on gases, odors and VOCs. Covers up to 1,125 square feet.
- Minus A2 700A- Wall-mountable air purifier for broad spectrum protection. Covers up to 700 square feet.
- Minus A2 780A- Higher-capacity version of the A2 700A. Covers up to 815 square feet.
- BioGS 2.0 550A- Broad-spectrum air purifier for larger rooms and apartments. Covers up to 550 square feet.
- BioGS 2.0 625A- Higher-capacity version of the BioGS 2.0 550A. Covers up to 625 square feet.
- AC-3000i- HEPA, carbon and ionizer to reduce harmful pollutants. Covers up to 180 square feet.
- AC-2102- HEPA, carbon, TiO2 and UV germicidal lamp for maximum protection. Covers up to 465 square feet.
What If the Air Purifier I Want Isn't on the List?While the list above reflects the products currently certified by the CARB, there will very likely be new additions to the list as time goes on. To ensure the broadest possible selection to all of our customers in California, we've reached out to all of our suppliers to stress the importance of going through the certification process required by the new California CARB laws. As the list of manufacturers going through this certification process continues to grow, California residents should gain access to a wider selection of air purifiers for their homes and businesses.
Will Non-California Buyers Be Affected?Because it is a state law only, the new CARB regulation will not affect what buyers outside of California can purchase. With that said, buyers outside of California may still want to check out the state's list of certified air purifiers as a resource. Because the units on this list meet the high safety standards required in California, they may also be good options for buyers in other states who are looking for the safest air purification possible.
Our Support of the California CARB Law on Air CleanersIn closing, we'd like to state that we firmly support the efforts to reduce ozone exposure from air cleaning products. As a company, we strongly believe in ozone-free air purification. Ozone-free air purifiers are a superior option for customers from a health perspective, and they are also more environmentally responsible. Still have questions about the California CARB law taking effect in 2020 or how it affects people purchasing air purifiers in the state? We're here to help! Feel free to send us your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations to fit the unique needs of your home and family.
What Are Probiotics?Probiotics are beneficial, microscopic organisms that can be cultivated in order to promote human health. Probiotics can serve many roles both inside and outside of the body. While most probiotic organisms have specific health benefits, it's also important to understand that they compete with other living organisms, including harmful ones, for the scare resources they need to live and reproduce. This ability of probiotic organisms to keep harmful bacteria in check is an important concept to understand, as it is a key mechanism in probiotic air purification.
So, How Does Probiotic Air Purification Work?Most people are familiar with probiotics as a dietary concept, where they are often used to promote digestive health. However, the same basic idea can be applied to cleaning the air and surfaces in a home. When probiotics are dispersed into the air, they begin competing with harmful organic contaminants for resources. Over time, the probiotic microflora win out over the harmful living organisms, resulting in a healthier overall environment. Interestingly, the same process can also render the surfaces in your home cleaner. When the probiotic mixture is deposited onto surfaces, the probiotics will begin consuming organic debris on those surfaces. As a result, the surfaces will require less frequent cleaning and be less likely to host harmful bacteria. It's also worth noting that the building of a healthier environment with probiotics is an ongoing process. Unlike traditional filtered air purifiers, probiotics won't deliver their maximum benefits immediately, as it will take a bit of time for the beneficial organisms to successfully overtake the harmful ones in your home. Once this has happened, though, you'll have a robust defense against many kinds of unwanted organisms and contaminants.
How Does This Compare to More Traditional Air Purifiers?Needless to say, the idea of using tiny living things to keep air and surfaces clean is a novel and relatively new one. Probiotic air purifiers work very differently from traditional HEPA and carbon models. Normal air purifiers operate by passing air through a filter. This filter traps contaminants, while the purified air is released back into the surrounding area. Though seemingly simple, this basic principle is what drives almost all standard air purifiers. By contrast, probiotic air purifiers work on the idea of combating contaminants throughout a large space, rather than just removing them inside of a fan-driven machine. Once dispersed, a probiotic mix is free to remain in the air and settle on nearby surfaces, combating harmful organisms wherever it happens to end up. In other words, the cleaning that takes place from a probiotic air purifier occurs outside of the purifier itself, while more traditional models focus on dragging air through themselves where it can be filtered and cleaned. While this dispersed approach to air cleaning doesn't necessarily make probiotic models better than traditional units, it does result in certain benefits. Most importantly, probiotic organisms are allowed to build up in the area around the purifier, forming something of a protective bubble where contaminants will have a difficult time reproducing. Unlike regular air purifiers, which focus on removing such contaminants, probiotic units attempt to target them at their source and prevent them from entering the air in the first place.
Why Choose a Probiotic Air Purifier?There are many good reasons to select a probiotic air purifier like the BetterAir Biotica800 (see next section for details). First and foremost, a good probiotic mix will provide protection against harmful contaminants both in the air and on the surfaces surrounding the purifier. This means less required cleaning and greater protection from the bacteria that can be found on almost all hard surfaces in the average home. Another good reason to use probiotic air purification is that it's completely organic and environmentally friendly. Unlike units that use chemical treatments, a probiotic purifier will have no negative environmental impacts. This makes units like the BetterAir Biotica800 a great choice if you're trying to make your home more environmentally friendly but still want the benefits of advanced air purification. Finally, probiotic mixes do a good job of removing common household odors. While bacteria, dust and other such contaminants may be more concerning, keeping your home free of unpleasant odors is a major reason to use an air purifier. With probiotics, you'll have a natural, organic approach to eliminating odors.
Introducing the BetterAir Biotica800As mentioned above, one of the best probiotic air purifiers you'll find is the BetterAir Biotica800. This unit is designed to cover up to 800 square feet by dispensing a patented probiotic blend. With BetterAir's unique technology, this blend is able to disperse through the air, eventually settling on hard surfaces and helping to combat harmful contaminants on them. Through the combination of airborne and surface deposited probiotics, this air purifier creates a protective bubble in your home where contaminants will have a harder time spreading. The Biotica800 releases a 30-second spray of probiotics once every 70 minutes. During the time in between sprays, the unit is entirely silent, though it will produce a very quiet misting sound while the probiotic spray is being dispensed. As a result, the BetterAir Biotica800 is among the quietest air purifiers available on the market. This low noise level also makes it suitable for use in work and study spaces. Another advantage of this BetterAir unit is its compact size. At just 3.8x2.1x9.7 inches, the Biotica800 is extremely small for the size of the area it's capable of covering. Weighing in at only 3.3 pounds, this air purifier is also easy to pack up and take with you wherever you go. In fact, it's a great option for using in hotel rooms when you're on the go, since these rooms are notoriously dirty and the surfaces in them are often home to some very unpleasant bacteria. BetterAir's probiotic mixture has been proven to reduce common allergens, restore microbiome balance and combat dust mite waste in the home, as well as help reduce the spread of germs. Other benefits currently undergoing certified testing include inhibiting mold growth, conferring residual anti-microbial properties on surfaces and the elimination of so-called "sick building syndrome." With all of these benefits available from a simple, easy to use unit, it's no wonder that there's so much interest in probiotic air purification. Each BetterAir Biotica800 comes with a replaceable cartridge that will last for approximately 3 months of continuous usage. The unit also offers an immediate release function, as well as the standard timed release setting.
Whole House and Commercial Probiotic Air PurificationWhile the Biotica800 is a great unit for small to medium-sized spaces, it isn't up to the task of covering an entire home. Fortunately, BetterAir also manufactures larger versions that are suitable for HVAC use. One of these units, the BA-1200, can cover up to 13,000 square feet, making it ideal for large homes or medium-sized commercial properties. Although it's much larger, this HVAC unit dispenses the same high-quality probiotic blend as the Biotica800 and confers all of the same benefits. For larger commercial spaces, BetterAir takes it one step further with the BA-1800. With the ability to cover up to 45,000 square feet, this unit is perfect for office buildings and other large workplaces. Thanks to the BA-1800, even large companies can experience the benefits of probiotic air purification and help their employees remain healthier and more productive at work.
Who Is BetterAir Probiotic Air Purification For?As with all types of air purification, probiotics are best for certain types of consumers. Because they target organic contaminants, probiotics are best for people who are worried about bacteria, mold, dust or allergens. Probiotic blends can also help to combat common odors, making them useful for dealing with ordinary household smells. Probiotic units are also great for people who are interested in improving their overall indoor air quality in a natural, organic way. Since they work without synthetic filters or chemical treatments, probiotic air purifiers are green alternatives that often appeal to our most environmentally conscious buyers. With that said, probiotics can't tackle everything and may not be suitable for all buyers. For example, a probiotic air purifier won't be able to target gases and VOCs. These compounds, which are often major concerns when it comes to home air quality, require a carbon filter. Since VOCs are especially harmful to people who suffer from asthma, COPD and other chronic respiratory conditions, probiotics on their own usually aren't sufficient for these customers. At the end of the day, the air purifier you choose should fit your personal needs. If allergens, dust and bacteria are your primary concerns, there's a good chance that a probiotic air purifier will be able the help deliver the home air quality improvement you want. If your concerns are more closely related to gases or non-living particulates, though, there are other purifier technologies that may fit your needs more closely.
Where to Buy BetterAir RefillsBecause they rely on probiotic cartridges, BetterAir units require refills when the old cartridges run out. Fortunately, you'll find refills for all of the units discussed above here at US Air Purifiers! Whether you're using the Biotica800 or one of the larger HVAC units, we have the refills you need to keep your probiotic air purifier running smoothly. To help make your cartridge maintenance easier, you can also use our filter change reminder tool! Although it's normally used to remind users of standard air purifiers to change their filters, this tool can also be used to remind you when your BetterAir unit is due for a new probiotic cartridge. *Note: Filter Change Reminder Tool is only compatible with BetterAir Biotica800 and older models and does not include options for the larger HVAC units.
Wrapping UpNow that you know what probiotic air purifiers are and how they work, you can decide whether this kind of air cleaning technology is the right fit for your needs. Using a unit like the BetterAir Biotica800, you can create a more healthful environment in your home, target organic contaminants and clean your air in an environmentally friendly way. Still have questions about the BetterAir Biotica800 or the benefits of probiotics in home air? We're here to help! Feel free to send us your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations based on your unique needs. If you're still not sure whether a probiotic air purifier is right for you, let us help you weigh your options to select the best possible air cleaning system for your home.
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Which of the Best Air Purifiers of 2020 Is Right For You?As you can see, all of these great air purifiers have different uses and applications. To select the right one, it's important to carefully consider your own needs. Whether you want a unit that covers several different types of contaminants or one that focuses specifically on certain types, there's an air purifier on this list that will meet your needs and help keep your home clean and healthy. Also be sure to consider the size of the space you'll be using the air purifier in, as different units are rated for different areas. Still have questions about the best air purifiers of 2020 or which one is the best fit for you? Don't worry, we're here to help! Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations to help you start the new decade out on the right foot by breathing clean, healthy air at home.
Why Use an Air Purifier for Marijuana Smoke Odors?Although many states now allow marijuana use, the smell can still be a problem. Much like cigarette smoke, the odor from marijuana smoke can permeate carpets, furniture and even walls, eventually making it very difficult to remove. Heavy smoke can also get into items of clothing, meaning it can be difficult to get the smell off of yourself when you're ready to go out. If you live with other people, it's also important to keep in mind that they may not want to be exposed to marijuana smoke. Smoke inhalation is aggravating to the respiratory system and can cause coughing or sneezing. For people with asthma or other chronic respiratory conditions, the smoke and odors produced by marijuana can even trigger respiratory attacks. So, if you live with anyone sensitive to smoke, it's important to use an air purification device to keep your own smoking activities from affecting them.
What Kind of Air Purifier Do You Need?To get rid of smoke and odors from marijuana, it's generally a good idea to use a combination HEPA and carbon filtered air purifier. The HEPA filter will take care of the tiny particles that make up smoke, while the carbon filter will help to remove the odors associated with weed smoke. Together, these two filter types will give you the maximum protection against both marijuana smoke and most other types of airborne contaminants.
Our Top Recommended UnitsThe good news is that there are plenty of great air purifiers out there that will do a good job of removing marijuana smoke and odors. Below, you'll find eight units that we recommend for people using marijuana in their homes. For more great options, you can also check out the marijuana use product page on our website!
Airpura UV600Airpura UV600 is a great choice for dealing with marijuana smoke. This unit covers up to 2,000 square feet and features HEPA, carbon and ultraviolet filtration. While the HEPA and carbon filters deal with smoke, odors, VOCs and particles, the UV lamp in this purifier will help to protect you from bacteria and viruses. While the UV600 can help you deal with weed smoke, it's also a great unit for improving the overall air quality in your home. By removing everything from dust to viruses, the Airpura UV600 can help you live a healthier life and enjoy the benefits of cleaner home air. Field Controls TRIO is a broad spectrum air purifier equipped with HEPA, carbon and UV filtration. The TRIO is considered a medical-grade air purifier suitable for use in just about any situation, including for getting rid of marijuana smoke. This unit covers up to 1,000 square feet, making it a great solution if you have a smaller home or a mid-sized apartment. In addition, the TRIO features automatic VOC monitoring that will increase its fan speed whenever it detects harmful gases in the air.
Amaircare 3000 VOCAmaircare 3000 VOC has the HEPA and carbon filtration you need to deal with the smoke and odor produced by burning marijuana. This unit can cover up to 1,800 square feet and features durable all-metal construction to ensure a long and useful lifespan. Other great features of the Amaircare 3000 include a helpful filter change reminder light, silent mode functionality and a high-efficiency fan.
AllerAir AirMedic Pro 6 UVAllerAir AirMedic Pro 6 UV offers HEPA, Carbon and UV filtration, as well as durable all-metal construction. This air purifier is a great option for large apartments and mid-sized homes. Thanks to its large carbon filter, this model will do an especially good job of filtering out the odors from marijuana smoke. If odor is your primary concern, this model or a similar one targeted at odors and VOCs will likely be a good choice for your needs.
Austin Air Healthmate PlusHealthmate Plus is an all-metal air purifier designed for spaces of up to 1,500 square feet. The Healthmate Plus features a 3-speed fan and a 360-degree air intake for maximum air flow. This model also comes with a 5-year manufacturer's warranty. While the Healthmate is usually used by people who suffer from asthma or allergies, it is also a great unit for dealing with smoke in residential settings.
Blueair Pro LBlueair Pro L is a leading air purifier for marijuana smoke because of its high number of air changes per hour. While most air purifiers are rated for only 1-2 changes each hour, the Pro L can perform 5 in spaces of up to 780 square feet. With more air changes, the Pro L can remove more particles and odors than most competitive air purifiers. In addition to its high air flow rate, the Blueair Pro L offers high energy efficiency, durable construction, a filter change indicator light, variable fan speeds and an optional air intelligence monitor for automatic setting changes. For maximum results, we recommend upgrading this unit with the optional SmokeStop and carbon filters to help remove the odors and gases produced by burning marijuana.
IQAir GC MultiGasGC MultiGas features an enhanced HEPA filtration system known as HyperHEPA. This system improves capture of the tiniest airborne particles. In the GC MultiGas model, this technology is combined with a gas and VOC capturing system. Overall, this makes the GC MultiGas a great all-around air purifier for a wide range of applications, including removing marijuana smoke.
Amaircare 2500 VOC2500 model offers all of the same features in a more compact package. Covering up to 1,250 square feet, this air purifier is a great option for smaller spaces or for buyers who are on tight budgets. While it may not provide the same coverage as some of the larger units on this list, the Amaircare 2500 VOC will do a good job of removing smoke and odors in small areas. As long as you can confine your smoking to a single area of your home, you should be able to get away with a unit like the 2500 model.
Tips for Using an Air Purifier for Marijuana SmokeIn addition to selecting the right air purifier, there are also a few things you can do to make sure you minimize marijuana smoke and odors as much as possible. Here are a few tips that will help you keep the indoor effects of your smoking to a minimum (note: these tips can also help with cigarette smoke).
Use a Designated Smoking AreaOne of the best things you can do to keep odors from building up in your home is to smoke only in one area. Find a place that you frequently choose to smoke and put your air purifier in that place so that it can take up smoke as quickly as possible. For some medical marijuana users, using the bedroom as a designated smoking area ends up being a sensible choice, since many people with anxiety disorder use medical cannabis to help relax themselves before going to sleep.
Smoke Outside When PossibleJust like cigarette smoke, marijuana smoke is far better released outdoors than indoors. If you can smoke outside when the weather permits, your air purifier will have less smoke to capture and have an easier time keeping odors under control. Stepping outside to smoke is also the surest way to make sure the smoke doesn't aggravate anyone else who lives with you.
Avoid Smoking Too MuchNeedless to say, the amount of marijuana you smoke will also affect how hard your air purifier has to work to keep up with it. So, if you want to make sure your marijuana smoking doesn't wreak havoc with your indoor air quality, it can be helpful to avoid smoking too much. For medical smokers, this is usually as simple as figuring out what you need to have the desired medicinal effect and only smoking that much.
Find a Low-odor StrainAs anyone can tell you, cannabis strains have come a long way in recent years. While many strains have been bred to maximize THC or other compounds, some have been cultivated for producing fewer odors than their more pungent counterparts. If you can find a strain that doesn't give off as much odor when burned, you'll be one step ahead in the fight against weed odors taking over your home. Using these tips and a good residential air purifier, you'll be able to keep your marijuana use from sharply decreasing your indoor air quality and filling your home with strong odors. While you will still smell the smoke while you're actually smoking, using the right air purifier will make sure that your entire home doesn't begin to smell like it at all times. Still have questions about using air purifiers for marijuana smoke and the odors that come with it? We're here to help! Feel free to send us your questions, and we'll be happy to provide you with answers and personalized product recommendations based on your needs.
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