Four Things To Know About Changing Your Dyson Purifying Fan Filter
A New Year, a New Filter29 December 2020
Animal and Human Hair
Hair, from both people and pets, is a frequent filter offender. Hair can break down to particulate matter, becoming airborne and caught in the filters.
Skin cells are one of the most common particles compounds found in filters. Once airborne, skin cells are light enough to be carried by the wind, breathed in and in this case, captured in purifier filters.
Parts of insects are sometimes found collected on the purifier filters. Agitating or unsettling this dust causes the components to become airborne which leads to them getting trapped in the filters.
Your Dyson purifier is programmed to remind you to replace the filter unit. When the filters need replacing, the display on the purifier will show a full bar on the filter indication display screen or notify you through the app.