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Air Purifier/filter Help Pls

Discussion in 'Parrot Chatter' started by ButtonsMummy, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. ButtonsMummy

    ButtonsMummy Regular Member

    Good morning, hope everyone is well. Sorry haven't been on forum for a while.
    Not sure is this is the right place for this topic. Sorry if not.
    Button is loving his new cage and life in the lounge.
    I am thinking of getting an air purifier but it seems very confusing.
    I just have button (African grey) in a large lounge, I clean his cage 2x a week with f10 and give him a spray 2x a week.
    Any help much apprechiated as always :)
  2. TomsMum

    TomsMum Administrator Staff Member Admin

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  3. ButtonsMummy

    ButtonsMummy Regular Member

    Thank you, this one looks good.
    And I've looked at the other post link thanks.
    I will look up the heaven fresh in a min.
    So these filters will pick up the dust/dander and tiny weeny feathers I see landed on my furniture lol.
    Where best to place it - next to the cage?
    Other half has quit smoking :) (never smoked in the house) and now has a cough :-( so I am making sure he's got no reason to blame button dust.
  4. Heather2131

    Heather2131 Regular Member

  5. Jeremy

    Jeremy Regular Member

  6. Heather2131

    Heather2131 Regular Member

    That one looks good but I was put off by the built in ioniser when I was looking for one
  7. RedTailGrey

    RedTailGrey Guest

  8. plumsmum

    plumsmum Regular Member

    I like TomsMum's rec for the Homedics one which has the Allergy UK seal of approval. Worth bearing in mind how noisy it is running all day long and the cost of the replacement filters as well as where they are available to buy from. :)

    I have a 3M FAP02 but think this is now discontinued.
  9. Roz

    Roz Regular Member

    I like the Heaven Fresh because it emits next to no ozone. It may be a case of checking with manufacturers of other brands to ask about ozone emissions.