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    Air purifiers

    We have been using an air purifier with HEPA filter & carbon prefilter in our dd's room. I was considering putting antoher one in the bathroom since it has no windows and came across one that kills germs by heating air to 200C.

    Has anybody heard of this? Is it safe for ppl w/cf?

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    Air purifiers

    We have been using an air purifier with HEPA filter & carbon prefilter in our dd's room. I was considering putting antoher one in the bathroom since it has no windows and came across one that kills germs by heating air to 200C.

    Has anybody heard of this? Is it safe for ppl w/cf?

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    Air purifiers

    We have been using an air purifier with HEPA filter & carbon prefilter in our dd's room. I was considering putting antoher one in the bathroom since it has no windows and came across one that kills germs by heating air to 200C.
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    <br />Has anybody heard of this? Is it safe for ppl w/cf?

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    Air purifiers

    If it just utilizes dry heat I can't imagine why it wouldn't be safe. I think it's a great idea, personally- I hadn't heard of this type. We are considering putting a dehumidifier in our bathroom since we are running into mold issues in there <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif" border="0"> Now that the boys are so much older someone is constantly showering in there (family of 5) and our bathroom is also poorly ventilated and nothing we are doing/nothing I can find to clean with seems to be sufficiently keeping ahead of the problem.

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    Air purifiers

    If it just utilizes dry heat I can't imagine why it wouldn't be safe. I think it's a great idea, personally- I hadn't heard of this type. We are considering putting a dehumidifier in our bathroom since we are running into mold issues in there <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif" border="0"> Now that the boys are so much older someone is constantly showering in there (family of 5) and our bathroom is also poorly ventilated and nothing we are doing/nothing I can find to clean with seems to be sufficiently keeping ahead of the problem.

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    Air purifiers

    If it just utilizes dry heat I can't imagine why it wouldn't be safe. I think it's a great idea, personally- I hadn't heard of this type. We are considering putting a dehumidifier in our bathroom since we are running into mold issues in there <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif" border="0"> Now that the boys are so much older someone is constantly showering in there (family of 5) and our bathroom is also poorly ventilated and nothing we are doing/nothing I can find to clean with seems to be sufficiently keeping ahead of the problem.

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    Air purifiers

    Thank you Harriet for your reply. I actually found a description in English of this technology.

    <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    ">http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    </a>
    Looks pretty harmless and efficient.

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    Air purifiers

    Thank you Harriet for your reply. I actually found a description in English of this technology.

    <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    ">http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    </a>
    Looks pretty harmless and efficient.

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    Air purifiers

    Thank you Harriet for your reply. I actually found a description in English of this technology.
    <br />
    <br /><a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    ">http://www.airsterilisers.co.uk/why_airfree.php
    </a><br />
    <br />Looks pretty harmless and efficient.

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    Air purifiers

    That looks like a really good product. My only question would be regarding efficiency- I may have missed this piece of data in my reading over the info on the site, but I wonder how long it takes to cycle through the air in the room. Rather than drawing air in with a fan, it says it uses 'convection.' I wonder how efficient that is. I really like the concept though and wonder if anything like that is available over here.

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