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AIR CONDITIONER FILTERS - PERFECT
HIDEOUT FOR DUST AND DUST MITES





Air Conditioner Filters - Perfect Hideout for Dust and Dust Mites


It’s hard to resist the temptation of turning on the AC during the scorching summer. However, it is a common experience for individuals to begin to cough and sneeze after a short stay in an air conditioned room. In some cases, staying in an air conditioned room can even trigger allergic rhinitis or bronchitis. Many times, this is the result of a dirty AC filter. To avoid allergic reactions triggered by dirty AC filters, please clean the filter before turning on the AC for the first time for the season, and have it cleaned on a regular basis every two to three months.
 
The AC filter is involved in air exchange and circulation. Since dust and dust mites can become airborne, they often accumulate on the AC filters, and are then blown about with the cooled air. This can induce perennial coughing and other symptoms for people who are more susceptible to allergies or who have a sensitive respiratory system.


How to Clean Air Conditioner Filter

Regularly remove filter from AC unit and clean. Clean outer shell and vent of AC as well.