How to Keep Your Purifier HygienicFilter For Fridge
A simple way to take care of your health is to ensure that the water you drink is pure and of excellent quality. For this, nothing can be more useful than maintaining your purifier properly. This involves keeping the sanitation up to date, ridding the water of impurities and possible bacteria. Therefore, we have separated some essential tips to keep your purifier sanitized, which can make all the difference in water quality and ensure excellence, maintaining your health in the first place.
More than that, we also want to share some tips on the external hygiene of your purifier, which will help maintain the appearance of your product, increase its useful life and keep you away from covid-19, especially in cases where several people use it the same product.
One of the main items that guarantees the hygiene of your purifier is the regular filter change. By making changes at the correct times and following your product manual, you will always have fresh, clean water. To know the right time to change your purifier filter, you can look at things like the amount of water coming out and the time since the last change.
Generally, the recommendation for replacement also takes into account the number of months and the number of liters for each filter element, so you can increase or decrease the filter life considerably depending on how the purifier is being used. In cases where the use is less constant, the filter tends to last longer or vice versa. We have separated some more tips for maintaining your filter here.
After all, it is important to mention that our purifiers are easy to maintain and install and that, in most cases, the consumer can change the filter itself. Our purifiers also have a removable tray, which makes it easier to clean the product.
The correct sanitization of the purifier also involves its external cleaning. In addition to following the specifications in the product manual, it is important that you are aware of the type of compound you are going to use to clean the surface. With a damp cloth, you can apply 70º alcohol to metallic surfaces and neutral soap to other surfaces. Avoid using abrasive products and materials, such as solvents, steel brushes or any type of acid. Be aware that this type of compound or material can damage your purifier and compromise the appearance of the product.
The periodicity that you must do the external cleaning of your purifier is once a week. However, in the context of a pandemic, cleaning your purifier can often be more appropriate. If the product is used by more people, it is recommended to clean twice a day or more, especially in the parts where there is more tactile contact. In addition, cleaning can be done every time you identify a hazardous situation. Our priority is to keep your health and hydration safe, with fresh, drinkable water always available.