Why you should use an air purifier in your kitchen – THREE key benefits


    Best air purifiers for your kitchen

    With November having finally arrived, many of us are enjoying making hearty winter recipes as the evenings get colder and darker.

    Lingering aromas of rich winter foods can be a nuisance to remove, so look for HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) purifiers to target strong odours like meat or slow-cooked sauces.

    You’ll need a carbon filter air purifier which works best on cooking odours, pet odours, bin smells, wood burning and smoke.

    When choosing an air purifier for your kitchen, look for any combination of the following features:

    • Activated carbon filters
    • UV light
    • Pleated HEPA

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