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PurefyLife Ultrasonic Air Purifier & Humidifier

PurefyLife Ultrasonic Air Purifier & Humidifier

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When will the PurefyLife Ultrasonic Air Purifier & Humidifier come available again since I missed this one because of my payment and I didn't take care of it in time?? I would really like one of these?? thank you in advance!!
Is this certified to be HypoAllergenic? Is there any evidence that it will remove dust from the air?
It's a great looking product and fits neatly in my budget, my only concerns are if you can recommend it for people with severe dust allergies.
Talking 300x more sensitive than a normal person.
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Oh ooohhhh someone's touchy.
fionnt
Think you might be reading into his response a bit.
Is there a filter that we need to swap out? Or how does the purifier stay clean?
Shadycheese
Thanks for your question. There is no filter to swap out. It is for lifetime use. The refill keeps the purifier clean. It won't generate white dust, or pink sticky film that harbors germs like other humidifier do.
So apparently it's fancy salt water, with acknowledged disinfectant properties. You're not so much filtering the air as spraying cleaner into the air.
Guessing the 2L bottle is equivalent to diluted Microcyn, but at what ratio? That stuff looks to be $65/L
I sure wouldn't want to feed $20/mo into any device.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super-oxidized_solution
Aarmcm
That is ridiculous even for a designer product, blowing through 2L ($19.99) of their fluid every 20 days, based on a mere 30 minutes a day operation.
I'll just stick to my Honeywell HEPA filters.
I'm kind of confused about the operation. 2L lasts about 20 days and then I'm assuming that I'd need to use another $20 2L refill. It just sounds like that is going to be somewhat expensive to upkeep. Could we use purified water instead and maybe essential oils? At that point, it is just a neat humidifier.
One_Eyed_Jackal
Thanks for your question. This is a dual purpose purifier and humidifier. The main function is to purify air and surrounding environment. 2L lasts about 20 days if it is run 30 minutes every day. You can also use just water as a humidifier, without the Purifying function. Essential oil could contaminate if it is not cleaned properly after use.
Thanks for the questions. Refill contains superoxidized water (pure hypochlorous solution) and purified water. Our body generates it naturally to protect ourselves against invading organisms. This particular product is unscented and does not contain essential oils. As SKOZ1911 pointed out, NO harsh chemicals, synthetic fragrances, aerosol, parabens, phthalates, or formaldehyde are used. Thank you and have a good weekend.
Any guesses as to what is in the liquid?
GMarsh
I looked for the MSDS to no avail, but from what the company has said on their website it is water, essential oils, and other stuff. They seem to want to say more of what it isn't and claim on their website "No harsh chemicals, synthetic fragrances, aerosol, parabens, phthalates, or formaldehyde."
I would assume it's water, essential oils, and maybe a disinfectant, however it is impossible to know without the SDS or them mentioning how it sanitizes the air.