Not all air purifiers are equal in quality

I should have done my research on smart TVs before heading to the electronics store to purchase one.

In my ignorance, I assumed that it would be as easy as grabbing any smart TV off the shelf for a good price and I’d be happy no matter what once I brought it home and plugged it in for the first time.

The reality is that each smart TV manufacturer might have their own proprietary operating system inside the TV and they don’t all have exactly the same as each other. Here I was assuming that all of these TVs had a particular app that I was interested in the most. Sadly, the smart TV that I ended up buying did not have my favorite streaming app available. I had to return the television for a different one, but it was still a frustrating experience. It could have been easily avoided if I had simply done a bit of reading before jumping on the purchase. Air purifiers are becoming so popular nowadays that you can find them in all shapes and sizes. However, they’re not all equal in quality or performance when it comes to cleaning your indoor air. Some of the best air purifiers have two different filters inside—a charcoal filter for odors and mold toxins, and a HEPA filter for grabbing 99% of all airborne particles. They also possess UV-C lights for destroying and breaking down bacteria and viruses that go airborne. Some of the older air purifiers had HEPA filters in them only, but I love the new 3-in-1 air purifiers with the charcoal filter and UV-C bulb inside. I have three air purifiers running at all times in my house.

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