Our guides and how-to articles cover a wide range of purification topics. From ozone generator safety to giving advice on the best purifier for people who love to cook. Most guides will offer a selection of products that we believe will help alleviate the problem you’re trying to solve. However, the main goal here is to educate.
In order to continue sharing educational materials we do need to monetize this site to pay for hosting, test products, and testing equipment. So, to be completely transparent we do utilize affiliate links throughout the site. If you click on a link we may earn a commission from the seller. The good news is that it costs you nothing, and allows us to keep doing what we do.
Unlike our reviews, which focus on one item at a time, our guides always provide multiple items. We do this to offer different perspectives and solutions for different audiences. For example in a guide about finding a general purpose we might include a recommendation for small spaces, one for large spaces, and one with all the bells and whistles.
Problem Solving Guides
These guides focus on solving a specific topic. For example… finding the best air purifier for pet owners with allergies. We put a lot of time and effort into these guides and truly hope that you’ll walk away with some information on what causes the problem, low to no cost solutions to help improve the situation, and obviously a product or two to make life easier.
- Best Air Purifiers for Fighting Odor
- Beating Bird Dander – Air Purifiers for Bird Lovers
- Best HEPA Vacuum for Allergies Guide
Product Line Guides
These guides are directly connected to our product reviews. To create these guides we summarize a collection of products from a single company. To be honest we mainly started building these guides to keep all of the various products organized. The other benefit that brings is it helps you the reader see differences small and large in products that sometimes appear to be identical.
For example RabbitAir, an awesome company, makes purifiers with a handful of names. These names initially sound like a specific product. However they’re really a designation given to a group of purifiers in their product line. Beyond that they assign numbers and letters like 550-A to describe slight variations in options and performance. And, this is a common practice throughout the industry, not just with one or two manufacturers.
Educational and How-to Guides
The third guide category we create is pretty straight forward. They focus on learning. This includes topics like where to place a purifier in a room, how activated carbon works, or how plants help clean the air.