The air purifiers that will rid your home of weed smoke (and its smell)

I have rounded up the best air purifiers available right now for dealing with weed smoke and the odors associated with it.
Updated on June 26, 2024
Written by
Paul Allen
Paul was a staff writer for HouseFresh between November 2020 and May 2024. He was specialized in product recommendations and advice for smokers and apartment dwellers.

Whether you use marijuana for health, to relax, or to socialize, it can’t be denied that the smell lingers, with odors sticking to clothes, hair and furniture. This is a real downside to enjoying cannabis in the home. 

As well as leaving a lingering odor, smoking cannabis indoors has been found to dramatically increase the level of PM2.5 particulate matter, including carcinogens and toxic chemicals, which can result in serious health effects for smokers and second-hand smokers alike. Some tests found that air quality levels worsened 100-fold, even when no tobacco was used. 

Thankfully, a high-powered air purifier fitted with a HEPA and activated charcoal filter can remove particles and gases generated from weed smoke. 

Since 2021, we have tested and reviewed 73 different popular air purifiers, so we have comparable data to identify the best units for specific use cases, such as tackling marijuana smoke.

Burning cannabis produces a vast number of particles and gasses that need to be removed, so you need to go for a large device with large filters and a powerful fan. Unfortunately, many air purifiers that fit those characteristics don’t come cheap. However, I did my best to shortlist options for all budgets.


HEPA will remove the particles related to weed smoke, but you need a lot of activated charcoal to deal with odors. For those with major concerns with odors, such as heavy-smoking neighbors, you will want to look at the IQAir Healthpro Plus or Austin Air Healthmate, as both have very large carbon filters.

1. Staff pick: IQAir Healthpro Plus 

IQAir is the oldest air purification company, and the IQAir Healthpro Plus has all you need to deal with both particles and odors from weed smoke.

The air purifier industry is full of many fly-by-night brands, but IQAir has been here since 1963 and is one of the most trusted names in the industry. 

The IQAir Healthpro Plus has a large HyperHEPA filter and 5 lbs. of activated charcoal with zeolite for dealing with weed smoke odors. In our air cleaning performance test, it brought the level of PM1 particles down to zero in 24 minutes, which is impressive considering it’s also pushing the air through one of the largest activated charcoal filters on the market.

What we really like

Large V-50 cell gas and odor filter has 5 lbs of activated carbon and zeolite.
Good level of particle removal – 24 minutes to bring the level of PM1 to zero in our test room.
Made in Switzerland, each device is tested before it’s sent out and includes a certificate with the results.
No use of ionizers, so zero chemical byproducts like ozone.
Remote control enables you to use the device without having to use the buttons.
10-year warranty, so total peace of mind that this big investment won’t let you down.

What we think could be better

The initial price of $899 is high, but you will have one of the best air-cleaning devices on the market.
Filter costs can be up to $200 per year.
High sound level at its highest speed.
There are no smart functions or app support, and it’s a large device.

If you are serious about dealing with odors and particles from weed smoke, the IQAir Healthpro Plus is worth the investment. While this air purifier might not be affordable for everyone, its performance in dealing with both gasses and odors is why it is our top choice for dealing with weed smoke in 2024. 

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):24 minutes
Air purifier technology:HyperHEPA and V50-CELL gas and odor filter
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):1125 sq. ft. 
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 250 CFM (HouseFresh estimate)
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):28H x 18W x 16D inches (71H x 38W x 41D cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):35 lbs (15.88 kg)
Filter life:4 years
Noise level (measured from 3 ft. away):Speed 1: 36.9 dB
Speed 2: 37.2 dB
Speed 3: 40.9 dB
Speed 4: 47.2 dB
Speed 5: 53.9 dB
Speed 6: 61.2 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 1 watts
Speed 1: 16.5 watts
Speed 2: 32.7 watts
Speed 3: 47.3 watts
Speed 4: 69 watts
Speed 5: 94.3 watts
Speed 6: 145.2 watts
Estimated running costs (electricity consumption + filter replacements):$421.47 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$3.60
Manufacturer’s warranty:10 years
Country of manufacture:Switzerland / Germany

See full review

2. Best for intense weed odors: Austin Air Healthmate

With 15 lbs. of activated carbon, you’ll struggle to find a better air purifier to deal with the VOCs and odors from weed smoke. 

The filter of the Austin Air Healthmate is so big that it can rid the air of marijuana smoke even in the largest of spaces. Not only that, the filter will also last for an epic five years, so you don’t need to worry about replacing it too often.

As well as a colossal carbon filter, you’ll find a True HEPA and two separate pre-filters to tackle smoke particles and other household pollutants. Plus, this unit is straightforward to use; plug it in and cycle through its one-dial control panel to find the right fan speed for your needs. 

What we really like

Austin Air offers the largest activated carbon filter on the market, with 15 lbs. of odor-eliminating substrate.
The carbon filter also uses Zeolite, improving the absorbency of harmful gasses found in weed smoke.
Easy to install and operate, with a single-dial design appealing to those who simply want to capture pollutants when required.
Castor wheels help users maneuver this large air purifier with ease. 

What we think could be better

The downside of having such a large carbon filter is limiting the purifier’s airflow the Healthmate archives a CADR of approximately 150 CFM, much lower than other units in its price range.
For $700, it would be nice to see some smart features, app support or air quality feedback. 
This air purifier is HEAVY and not easy to maneuver (the wheels help, but it is still worth mentioning this).

It doesn’t quite make our top spot as its particle removal performance was much worse than the IQAir Healthpro Plus, but for those who want to primarily deal with a serious odor issue from weed smoke – the Austin Air Healthmate won’t disappoint.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):37 minutes
Air purifier technology:Large particle pre-filter, medium particle pre-filter, HEPA filter and activated carbon filter
Recommended room size (estimated by HouseFresh to achieve 4.8 air changes per hour):234 sq. ft. 
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Estimated: 150 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):23H x 14.5W x 14.5D inches (58.4H x 36.8W x 36.8D cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):20.41 lbs (9.26 kg)
Filter life:5 years
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 42.5 dB
Speed 2: 53.2 dB
Speed 3: 61.5 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0 watts
Speed 1: 61.1 watts
Speed 2: 85.05 watts
Speed 3: 147.6 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$283.03 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$4.80
Manufacturer’s warranty:5 years
Country of manufacture:U.S. (Buffalo, New York)

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3. Best smart unit: Levoit EverestAir 

The EverestAir works fast, preventing smoke and odors from permeating the air and sticking to your clothes and furniture.

Unlike our top two choices, the EverestAir comes with a ton of bells and whistles. It has an auto-mode that will kick in within seconds of detecting weed smoke and also offers full app support with the VeSync app (including remote management of its settings, filter life reminders, schedules and times, air quality readings and vent angle adjustments).

Thanks to its highly efficient primary filter and an activated carbon filter with ARC Formula™, the EverestAir can remove both particles and odors present in weed smoke — although, with only 0.88 lbs of activated charcoal, it won’t be as effective as our choices above for odors from weed.

What we really like

The air quality sensor onboard shows PM1.0, PM2.5, and PM10 readings on the control panel.
It’s the only air purifier we have tested that comes with adjustable vents to ensure a one-of-a-kind airflow.
A fair energy consumption rate for its power and performance.
It includes voice control by syncing with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
Performance remains high, even when used on its lower speed settings.

What we think could be better

At $499.99, it comes with a high upfront cost.
There are currently no generic filter replacements available on Amazon.
It would be great to see the primary filter independently tested to HEPA standards.

During our speed test, this air purifier took only 14 minutes to clean the air of all PM1 pollutants when running at top speed — making it the second fastest unit we have ever tested. When tested at its lowest speed, it still took just 25 minutes to complete the test while generating only 24 dB of sound, which was close to silent to my ears.

Although whenever smoking indoors, you’ll want to run the purifier at its top speed setting, it’s great to know that the EverestAir’s air cleaning performance is still excellent at its lowest speed, too. This means you can achieve protection from weed smoke odors around the clock while benefiting from lower energy use and near-silent operating volumes.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):14 minutes
Air purifier technology:3-Stage Filtration (Pre-filter for large particles, main filter for airborne particles, high-efficiency activated carbon filter for odors and gasses)
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):563 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 365 CFM
Smoke: 363 CFM
Pollen: 428 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):18.9L x 8.5W x 23.2H inches (48L x 21.6W x 58.9H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):20.7 lbs (9.39 kg)
Filter life:12-15 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 39.1 dB
Speed 2: 43.2 dB
Speed 3: 48.6 dB
Turbo: 57.8 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 1.26 watts
Speed 1: 9.85 watts
Speed 2: 15.59 watts
Speed 3: 26.6 watts
Turbo: 69.8 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$206.36 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$1.37
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 years
Country of manufacture:China

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4. Best with on/off ionizer function: Winix 5500-2 

The Winix 5500-2 is an air-cleaning powerhouse from a trusted manufacturer.

Considering that this air purifier can often be bought for less than $160, I was shocked to see how fast it performed in our air cleaning speed test, taking just 18 minutes to remove all traces of pollutants from the testing lab. 

The air filtration of the 5500-2 is supercharged by combining a granular activated carbon filter (which nips weed odors in the bud) and a HEPA-certified primary filter. And that’s not all. The ionizer function in the Winix 5500-2 can help improve performance compared to HEPA alone, but the good news is that you can turn the ionizer off if you’re concerned about potentially dangerous byproducts, such as ozone. 

What we really like

With an independently verified CADR of 232 CFM against smoke, this unit offers powerful performance without the premium price tag.
You’ll find useful features like an Auto mode, adjustable timers and even a remote control with the 5500-2, which simplifies air cleaning.
Filters last for up to a year and are fairly priced, with options found on Amazon for less than $50.
Air cleaning performance remains consistent without using PlasmaWave – taking just 2 minutes longer to clear our test space without the ionizer function.

What we think could be better

Without a memory setting, you must check that the ionizer is switched off whenever the unit is disconnected from the power (should you wish to avoid this feature). 
There is no app support with this purifier, making it harder to operate it remotely and limiting your air quality feedback to the color indicator on the control panel. 

The 5500-2 is faster at cleaning the air than air purifiers, which cost twice its price. An example is the $900 IQAir HealthPro Plus, which took 24 minutes (six minutes more) to clear the same space.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):20 minutes (with PlasmaWave)
22 minutes (without PlasmaWave)
Air purifier technology:PlasmaWave, removable pre-filter, washable activated carbon filter and True HEPA filter
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):360 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust:  243 CFM
Smoke: 232 CFM
Pollen: 246 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / cm):15W x 8.2D x 23.6H inches (38W x 21D x 60H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):14.8 lbs (6.7kg)
Filter life:12 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 38.8 dB
Speed 2: 42.5 dB 
Speed 3: 47.5 dB
Speed 4: 58.9 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.34 watts
Speed 1: 6.5 watts
Speed 2: 9.11 watts
Speed 3: 14.80 watts
Speed 4: 53.46 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$161.53 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.66
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 year
Country of manufacture:South Korea

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5. Best warranty: Alen BreatheSmart 45i

The 45i offers excellent air cleaning performance thanks to its high-grade air filters.

When tackling weed smoke, you’ll want an air purifier that is ultra-reliable. And that’s exactly what you’ll get from Alen. Their air purifiers offer a brilliant build quality that is backed up by a lifetime warranty – the only air purifier brand I’ve seen offer this guarantee. 

The 45i comes with a medical-grade H13 HEPA filter that removes 99.95% particulates as small as 0.1 microns. Alen also offers a choice of carbon filters, with large amounts of charcoal substrate to lock in weed odors and the associated harmful chemicals. 

What we really like

I love that Alen offers a choice of activated carbon filters, with the Odor and Smoke options providing the best protection from weed smoke.  
The 45i comes with a CARB-certified ionizer function that can improve performance against smoke and be utilized at the user’s discretion.  
Ranging between 36 and 51 dB, this is one of the quietest air purifiers around, allowing you to benefit from clean air throughout the night. 
The handy in-built air quality display allows you to monitor changing pollutant levels while smoking.

What we think could be better

The standard (and cheapest) filter doesn’t include any activated carbon, so it’s important to ensure you purchase the right option to protect yourself from smoke properly. 
While I recommend the 45i as a great option for the average-sized space, if you want to clear weed smoke from a room as large as 1,300 sq ft, it’s worth looking at the more powerful BreatheSmart 75i

In addition to all the pros I’ve already covered, this device is sleek and looks really good. It is easy to move from room to room as it’s not too heavy and comes with a handle at the back. Want even more pros? The 45i comes with an auto-mode, meaning you can turn it on and leave it to do its job. 

HouseFresh rating:★★★★☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):34 minutes 
Air purifier technology:True HEPA H13 filter with activated carbon pellets + Ionizer technology
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):301 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 207.9 CFM
Smoke: 193.9 CFM
Pollen: 230.4 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):25H x 15W x 8.5D inches (63.5H x 38.1W x 21.6D cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):15 lbs (6.80 kg)
Filter life:12 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 36.2 dB
Speed 2: 45.7 dB
Speed 3: 51.1 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.8 watts
Speed 1: 4.4 watts
Speed 2: 7.4 watts
Speed 3: 15.2 watts
Speed 4: 25.3 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$105.40 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$2.06
Manufacturer’s warranty:Lifetime (with product registration & active filter subscription)
Country of manufacture:China

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6. Best for less than $100: Winix A230/A231

Most choices above cost $500+ and, while they are still my top options for weed smoke, I also wanted to include a cheap device for small spaces.

The Winix A230 is regularly found for less than $90, and yet it was still able to clean our test room in 35 minutes. As with all small air purifiers, the amount of activated charcoal will not be very effective with the odors related to weed smoke. However, it will still be able to remove the particles released from smoking cannabis indoors.

This air purifier shouldn’t be used in spaces larger than 230 sq. ft. Even then, you will need to run it at its highest speed for it to be effective at cleaning the air. These might sound like cons, but there is no other air purifier under $100 that is as effective at removing smoke particles from the air as the A230.

What we really like

Outstanding value for money, costing as little as $80, this provides the user with a CADR for every 53 cents.
With built-in air sensors and auto mode, you’ll rarely find great smart features at this price point. 
Thanks to its cute and compact design, you can move this unit around the home to target different areas affected by weed smoke. 
Winix’s Plasmawave technology can help remove smoke particles quicker but can also be turned off if there are concerns about ozone. 

What we think could be better

With a Smoke CADR of just 149 CFM, this won’t be the best option for heavy smokers.
It has only a small amount of activated carbon that is impregnated fabric vs pellets.

This Winix air purifier blew me away with its performance in our real-world tests, clearing all traces of pollutants in just 35 minutes. This makes it faster than the Levoit Core 300 and boasts an in-built air sensor and Auto mode, all while costing less than other budget-friendly air purifiers.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):35 minutes (with PlasmaWave)
Air purifier technology:Fine mesh pre-filter, True HEPA filter, activated carbon filter, PlasmaWave technology
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):231 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 154 CFM
Smoke: 149 CFM
Pollen: 147 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):9.5D x 9.5W x 14.6H inches (24.13D x 24.13W x 37H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):7.1 lbs (3.2 kg)
Filter life:12 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 35.2 dB
Speed 2: 48.3 dB 
Speed 3: 57.9 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.06 watts
Speed 1: 35.4 watts
Speed 2: 37.7 watts
Speed 3: 45.6 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$119.54 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.51
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 years
Country of manufacture:South Korea

See full review

Other units we tested but don’t recommend for weed smoke

  • Levoit Core 300: The Core 300 often features as our top budget pick. But considering you can pick up the speedier Winix A230 (with smoke-busting PlasmaWave technology) for $20 less, it’s time as a HouseFresh favorite may be coming to an end.

  • Medify MA-25: The MA-25 is another decent air purifier that packs a lot of power for its size. But what really lets this option down is its filter replacement costs. They cost almost double what you’d find from other manufacturers like Levoit or Winix, which is an expense that will soon mount up if you smoke indoors frequently. 

  • Molekule Air Mini: Molekule is the brand that promised so much yet delivered so little. Their so-called revolutionary filter technology, PECO, failed to remove polluting particles when we tested the Air Mini for ourselves. It is no surprise that Molekule is now on the verge of bankruptcy, so this is definitely a brand to steer clear of. 

What to look for when buying an air purifier for weed smoke

Armed with the right air purifier, you can transform a stale and smelly environment and mitigate the dangers of secondhand smoke, creating a healthier and happier home. 

But before you take the plunge on purchasing a new purifier, consider these five key factors to find the right unit for your needs and ensure you’ll be best protected from weed smoke. 

1. Ensure filtration is up to scratch

Without quality filters, you’ve essentially got an expensive but useless fan. 

Look out for a high-quality primary filter to protect you from the harmful pollutants of weed smoke – if possible, choose at least HEPA grade H13.

This HEPA filter removes particulate matter that can enter the lungs and contribute to severe health conditions. Studies have shown that weed smoke contains up to four times the amount of PM2.5 as cigarette smoke, so this is something you really don’t want to skimp on.   

Any air purifier worth its salt will have a primary filter capable of removing minuscule particles as small as 0.3 microns.

Manufacturers will share data on how well their filters perform against particulate matter, but it’s a good idea to read third-party reviews, too.  

2. Can the purifier tackle odors and other gaseous pollutants?

While a primary filter captures particulate matter, it won’t remove all toxins from the air. You’ll need an activated carbon filter to tackle odor and other gasses – known as VOCs.

Activated Carbon filters work by locking gasses into the porous surface of charcoal in a process called adsorption:

This means that the more carbon a filter possesses, the larger the surface area to lock in VOCs. Filters using carbon pellets are more effective than pleated carbon filters, so keep an eye out for what’s inside and the weight of each carbon filter. Many cheaper air purifiers will use very small amounts of carbon that will be ineffective in dealing with serious odors like weed smoke.

3. Measure the space in which you smoke (and consider how much weed smoke your home is exposed to)

Air purifiers are designed to work at their best in different-sized spaces. Bigger units can usually clean the air in a much larger room than a smaller, budget unit. Manufacturers will often provide a recommended room size for each air purifier, which is a great starting point for consumers. 

But be wary of

Once you have measured the space where you want to use your air purifier, you can use our calculator below to find out which CADR rating you will need for your specific space, telling you how much air (measured in cubic feet) a purifier can clean in a minute (CFM).

Remember that weed smoke is thick and full of pollutants, so you’ll need a more powerful unit than if you were to tackle everyday pollutants like dust or cooking smells. Likewise, if you smoke every day, consider purchasing a larger, more powerful unit.

If you are struggling with weed smoke and smells coming through your doors and windows, you will be happy to learn that you won’t need an incredibly high CADR unit to help, but it also depends on how much weed is being smoked. 

4. Would you benefit from smart features?

Modern air purifiers come with many handy Smart features that can make cleaning the air a doddle. From Auto modes to smartphone apps or even Alexa smart speaker compatibility for voice-activated controls, there is plenty to streamline how you control your unit or even trust it to work all by itself.  

This can all make life much easier and result in you having to do less after settling in after a smoke. However, these units can also come with a premium price tag, so if your budget is tight, prioritize cleaning capability over fancy features. 

Common questions about weed smoke and air purifiers

Weed smoke can be divided into two pollutant types: particulate matter (PM) and volatile organic compounds (VOC) so you must utilize two types of air filters to remove both from your environment:

  • A primary or HEPA-certified mechanical filter will take care of the smallest particulates suspended in the air.
  • An activated carbon filter will capture gaseous pollutants such as chemical fumes and odors. 

An ionizer may help the purifier remove PM particles faster, but they do pose a risk of emitting ozone into your space.

If you’re growing a weed crop, you will benefit from an air purifier that quickly circulates huge amounts of air and contains high-quality carbon filters to reduce the spread of VOCs such as terpenes.

I recommend looking into a specialist unit with large amounts of carbon designed for use in grow tents like AC Infinity’s Air Filtration Kit 4”.

When smoking indoors, you should increase ventilation as much as possible. Without an air purifier, you must rely solely on natural ventilation.

Opening your windows and doors can help to air out smoke. But be warned, it won’t help to remove the odor that is ingrained into furnishings and upholstery, nor capture harmful toxins that linger inside the space for hours, weeks and months at a time. 

If you are affected by a neighbor or previous occupier of your home, check out the full guide on removing weed odor, with lots of natural and handy tips.

Most people believe weed smoke is less harmful than cigarette smoke. Yet new studies show this may not be the case:

One recent study found that smoking a joint indoors creates 3.5x more emissions than a Marlboro cigarette. 

Scientists have discovered there are 2,575 different compounds found in marijuana smoke, including ammonia, mercury, hydrogen, lead and cyanide – all of which are more prevalent in weed smoke than tobacco smoke. 

Exposure to these toxins can contribute to a raft of health issues, such as:

  • Respiratory conditions including COPD, lung infection and asthma
  • Cardiovascular conditions, with increased risk of a heart attack or stroke
  • Increased risk of cancer
  • Irritation of the nose, throat and eyes

Although smoking a joint creates the most emissions, using a bong or vape still creates high volumes of particulates.  

Even once the initial smoke has cleared, dangers from thirdhand smoke still pose a threat. As pollutants are released back into your environment from smoke deposits on walls, furniture and upholstery over time.

Wrapping up 

Whether you are a full-blown blunt lover or just partake in the occasional bong hit with friends, having an air purifier to help you rid the air in your home of lingering odors and harmful toxins will be a worthwhile investment. 

Knowing which air purifier is the best option for you will vary from person to person, but in general, you should make sure to choose one that utilizes high-quality particle and VOC filtration to achieve the best level of protection.

If you’ve reached this point in the guide and are still unsure which air purifier to get, just email us at, and we’ll help.

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Paul was a staff writer for HouseFresh between November 2020 and May 2024. He was specialized in product recommendations and advice for smokers and apartment dwellers.

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