Germs In Your Car

May 10th, 2013 by

Have you ever thought about the air you and your passengers are breathing in your car?

Harmful allergens are living and thriving inside the ventilation system and passenger cabin of almost every vehicle on the road. You may be endangering your health without even knowing it.

The cabin air filter helps traps air-borne particles, chemical pollutions and fumes that may find their way into a vehicle’s ventilation system from the outside air, making the interior of the car a healthier place. Cabin air-filters should be replaced according to owners’ manual guidelines, usually every 15,000 miles.

While pollutants tend to enter the car cabin from outdoors, serious toxic contaminants actually originate from and grow within the vehicle’s ventilation system. Today’s modern ventilation systems and air-tight cars work almost like incubators providing the damp, dark environment conductive to the growth of molds, mildew, viruses and bacteria. Watch this 2 minute video on germs in your car.

A MiST air treatment for the mold, mildew and bacteria is the way to go. MiST treats the entire ventilation system, including the evaporator, heater core, air ducts and passenger compartment.

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