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Give Your Baby a Great Night’s Sleep by Purifying the Air in His or Her Room

Recent research shows that indoor air is often 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, which is why you should keep the air in your home as healthy and clean as possible. Your baby might not be getting a good night’s sleep because of the pollutants in the air he breathes. The high-performance Austin Baby’s Breath Air Purifier not only removes particulate matter like smoke, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores, germs, viruses, and pollen, it will even remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that come from such sources as cleaning solutions, carpets, paints, building materials and formaldehyde. Four stages of filtration ensure you are breathing clean air: First is a “large-particle” pre-filter to trap dust, hair, and pet dander; this filter is designed to be vacuumed rather than replaced. Second is a “medium-particle” pre-filter which traps mold, spores, and pollen. The third line of defense is 30 sq ft of medical-grade true HEPA filtration, which removes micro-organisms like bacteria and viruses. Finally, 6.5 pounds of military-grade activated carbon removes chemicals, gasses, and odors. Most air filters sold in stores do not remove gaseous VOCs, and the electrostatic cleaners emit harmful ozone. The machine has four casters for easy mobility, making it easy to move from room to room so your baby can breathe clean air.
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Austin Air HM205 A205 Babys Breath Air Purifier, Blue

  • Recommended for babies, allergies, asthma, and smoke
  • HEPA filter and military-grade carbon cloth filters
  • Promotes sounder sleep
  • Reduces sneezing
  • Ensure your baby breathes only fresh, healthy air
  • Five-year filter life

Also comes in pink

  1. January 12, 2012 at 6:02 pm

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