That’s gross. That is a result of only two weeks in my house, and we’ve lived her for almost 5 years. Now, I know that our house is old and quickly going downhill; it’s a rental and why we’re building a new home! But this is disgusting.
Any idea what this is? Maybe you’ve guessed, maybe you haven’t, but we’re certain you’ll be impressed. It’s our new Blueair Sense Air Purifier and we’re breathing a little easier because of it.
What Makes The Blueair Sense Air Purifier Different?
You can Google search Blueair and you’ll find what I did – that they’re usually listed as the manufacturers of top rated air purifiers. I always read reviews first, so that’s important to me. I also know it works well because I have the Blueair Sense Air Purifier in my home. That gross web-looking grid above? That’s my Blueair Sense after only a short time in my home. That’s junk that we’d otherwise be breathing into our lungs.
Here’s a few things that I love about our Blueair Sense Air Purifier – it has a small footprint, it works well, it’s attractive and has awesome features. It has no-touch speed control, as you can see by the pretty blue lighting in the photo. Just wave your hand above the tempered glass and it will increase or decrease the speed of the fan. The very quiet fan, by the way.
We leave it plugged in and running all day and all night because it uses about the same amount of electricity as a light bulb, so it’s not a power sucker. It also comes in other stylish colors, including pink. I wish I had a pink one, but I’m thrilled just to have one considering the difference we’ve noticed in our home.
The Blueair Sense Air Purifier runs quieter than most dishwashers (29db-33db-50db for speeds 1, 2, 3 respectively) and uses 4W of energy on low, 6W on medium and 30W on high speeds. It has a air change per hour rate of 5 in a room that’s approximately 150 sq. ft. It’s perfect for those with allergies or with frequent upper respiratory issues such as I have.