Changed the air purifier’s filter finally
Got an email saying it’s time to change it. I was going to wait till it said 0% for the filter life. Looks like you should change it at 10%.
And I should have been vacuuming it, it looked pretty dusty. At least it’s sucking dust up.
Said if you don’t change it, the motor has to work harder. That’s why I changed it at 10% and didn’t wait till 0%.
Do you really need to replace the filter? Can’t you just vacuum it, and put it back in? You’d have to take the filter apart, to see if there’s anything anywhere else. Too much work.
Damn, now I need to buy another filter at some point.
Maybe that’ll solve the bugger problem in my nose. Have lots of buggers lately.