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My minivan is three years old and I have never changed the cabin air filter. Until recently, I had no idea that it was recommended to change out the air filter once a year. I’ve always kept up with my oil changes and tire rotations, but it had never crossed my mind to replace the air filter. I can’t be the only one, right?
Why do we need to change our cabin air filters? I’m so glad you asked! 😉 Outside air that flows through your vehicle’s air conditioning, heating and ventilation system can expose passengers to contaminants such as road dust and pollen. The FRAM Fresh Breeze® Cabin air filter is the only cabin air filter that uses the natural deodorizing qualities of ARM & HAMMER® baking soda. And with how bad our allergy season has been already, it’s only bound to get worse now that Spring is here.
On a recent trip to Walmart I stopped in the Sporting Goods section and used the electronic lookup to locate which FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter was right for my vehicle.
Within a minute’s time I had the FRAM Fresh Breeze style number to look for. I scanned the aisle for the cabin air filters, which include Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. They are the boxes in green.
Once home, I put hubby to work. 🙂 We watched the handy installation video from the FRAM Fresh Breeze site to see how to install it in my minivan. For my particular installation we needed a Phillps screwdriver. Once we removed the items from my glovebox, my husband began removing the screws to locate the cabin air filter.
The old filter was embarrassingly filthy. There were even leaves stuck in there!
We then placed the new FRAM Fresh Breeze filter in, and returned the glove box to its original condition. The install took a total of just over 5 minutes to complete.
My family will now be breathing in fresh, filtered air thanks to FRAM Fresh Breeze! Now I just have to remember when to change the filter out annually. I bet my sneezing will be a good indicator of when it’s time!
Disclosure: 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