Can any of the filters in the Blueair Air Purifiers be cleaned and reused? Yes, you may vacuum the Blueair air filters with a HEPA vacuum cleaner if the filter is dusty; however, it is still recommended that you change your Blueair air filters every six months to receive optimal performance.
What can I do with used Blueair filters?
The filters are recyclable. The filter itself is made mostly of polypropylene. You can take them to your local recycle center and recycle them as a 5 or a 7.
Can you wash and reuse air purifier filters?
They are commonly used in air purification systems or vacuum cleaners. Cleaning the filter and removing the buildup can restore the life of the filter and allow it to be reused. The two most common types of HEPA filters are washable and non-washable filters.
When should I replace my blue air filter?
Blueair recommends a filter change every six months. The light on your filter timer will indicate when it is time to replace your filter after six months of continual use. If you use your unit in a highly polluted environment, you need to change it more often.
What do you do with old HEPA filters?
Remove the HEPA filter by grasping the outside corners of the unit and placing it in a large, sealable bag. Seal the bag closed. Discard the bagged HEPA filter in an outdoor waste container or contaminated waste receptacle, if available.