Conventional wisdom tells you that placing an air purifier next to your bed, preferably right next to your head is the best possible location. As usual, there is a lot to be desired when you choose to rely on conventional wisdom.
The entire opposite is true when it comes to the most popular air purifiers.
They don’t work like fans, blowing air away from you, instead, they draw air into the device, run the air through a series of filters, and remove pollen, airborne pathogens, dust, and other suspended particles in your bedroom air.
Whether you’re planning on buying an air purifier or have already got your hands on one – you might be wondering how long it actually takes for the unit to clean the air within your room.
After all, air purifiers run on electricity, and you don’t want to waste power by keeping it on if the air in the room is already as purified as it can be.
And so, in this article, we will take a look at all the details and give you an accurate answer, so you can have your air purifier turned on just enough to keep the air within your room clean without wasting any additional electricity.