Cleaning Living Ozone Air Purifiers
In order to keep your living ozone air purifier working properly you have to make sure that you clean it when necessary. Any type of air purifier that you purchase requires a certain amount of cleaning once a month or more depending on the amount of impurities that it is catching hold of and removing from the air.
One of the best features about the living ozone air purifier is that it uses special stainless steel blades rather than an air filter. This will save you money in the long run from having to spend fifteen dollars each month to change it out. However, it does require more upkeep and maintenance.
It is important to understand that if you do not clean the blades on a regular basis that the machine will no longer be able to hold all of the allergens, dust, mold, and pollution. If left for a very long period of time you could cause it to break and will then need to replace it.
What To Do
- The first thing you will need to do is to take hold of both of the ozone plates that are situated in the back of the living air purifier. Pull them out one at a time from the unit carefully.
- Use a damp cloth to wipe down the surface of the plates. Make sure to remove all signs of dust and dirt from it.
- Using an old toothbrush you will need to scrub down each of the metal plates as well as the ceramic tiles. Make sure to use hot water and one ounce of ammonia. This will help to remove any dirt that has stuck on and all the bacteria it has removed from the air.
- After they are thoroughly cleaned you will be able to rinse off the plates and ceramic tiles in hot water.
- You will need to allow the plates and the ceramic tiles to dry before you can put them back inside of the purifier. You can allow them to air dry or simply use a clean towel to wipe them down after you have finished rinsing them off.