Sunday is wash the washable filter day

This whole month is going to be a fairly slow and straight-forward kind of day, considering yesterday we played ball for a few hours on the beach, and the day before we played music for a couple of hours. I play the drums and it actually does a number on my shoulders, so when I do that and play volleyball, the next day my shoulders are finished for a while. Therefore, today is going to be another straight-forward day on my body, which means I will definitely study a book most of the day and just relax. I will just wash my HEPA today and call it a day. HEPA filters are designed to capture small particles such as dust, pollen, and pet dander from the air. Over time, these filters can become clogged with debris and lose their effectiveness, so it’s important to always wash them to maintain their performance. To wash a washable HEPA filter, follow these steps: Turn off the device and unplug it from the power source, and remove the filter from the device… Check the manufacturer’s guidelines to determine how to do this, as odd devices may have odd methods, but use a soft-bristled brush or a vacuum cleaner to detach any loose debris from the filter. Do this gently to avoid damaging the filter. Rinse the filter under running water. Use warm water and avoid using soap or other cleaning agents, but gently rub the filter to detach any remaining dirt. Shake off any excess water and allow the filter to air dry completely. This easily can take multiple hours or even overnight, depending on the humidity and temperature in the room. Once the filter is completely dry, place it back into the device and turn it on. That’s all there is to it, fantastic luck!



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