*This FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filter shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.
I chatted about the importance of air filters the other day for your house, but have you ever thought about cleaner air for your car? Did you know that your car had an air filter? Yep, it is used to filter air drawn into your car from the outside, as well as for use by air conditioning and heating systems. It is recommended you changed them on a yearly basis and of course you want to buy a GOOD filter as that can make all the difference!
You can pick up a FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter at Walmart very easily like we did! See our shopping trip HERE. The catalog is right there attached to the shelf so you can find the exact filter you need for your car.
The FRAM utilizes a unique technology that combines the natural filtering properties of activated carbon and the renowned deodorizing properties of Arm & Hammer baking soda. This allows for 98% of dust and pollen to be removed, while at the same time deodorizing the inside of the vehicle.
I love this because our car has been recently covered in pollen. It’s so bad here and I can just imagine what was getting into the car. If you have allergens, you probably need one even more!
Installing the air filter really is a Breeze. Hubby told me it would be, but I really didn’t believe him. I don’t know much about cars apparently. The FRAM website has a You Tube tutorial to follow along, though Hubby just went right out to the car and stuck in, in minutes!
He just pulled down the glove compartment box…did you know you could that?…and pulled out the old air filter. Yuck!
He stuck in the new one and voila it was done! Easy peasy!
After you head to Walmart to grab your FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filter you can get a rebate of $4 back. Yes!
Don’t you want fresher air and allergens removed out of your car?
I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® and FRAM #cbias #SocialFabric and all opinions are my own.