Terence and I both have crazy commutes every day to and from work. Living in the DFW metroplex, I wouldn’t say the air is clean. Actually it makes me sort of sick to my stomach thinking about the smog we are breathing in. We have a pretty good air purifier for our home, but our cars….which we spend 10+ hours a week in???? Nothing.
So we headed to Wal-Mart and checked outFRAM air filters. FRAM air filters are designed to be easy to install as well as help rid your car of dust and allergens. First we looked our car up on the FRAM database to see what kind of filter our car required and which one we would need. Then we headed to the store to search for a new filter.
We headed to the Wal-Mart auto zone
They had a variety of FRAM filters, but we knew what we were looking for by searching the database online.
Once we got home I put it in the car….and listen ladies if I can do this ANYONE can!
Our air filter happens to be under the dash, behind the glove compartment.
OMG talk about nasty! This can’t be good???
Yay for clean fresh air!
The process was super easy and now we are ready for another work week with nice clean air filtering through the car. We live in the WORST area in the country for allergies. I’m excited to see how the FRAM works and I hope it helps reduce allergens from our car. FRAM Fresh Breeze cabin air filters are made with Arm and Hammer baking soda, which can help with pollen particles and road dust. Did you know you are supposed to change the air filter in your car twice a year? I sure didn’t! I’m going to make a point to remember to do this more often. I never thought something this important in our car would be so easy to change. Why I waited so long and endured the nastiness of the old filter is beyond me. So so excited to start our cleaner, healthier commute using #FresherCar FRAM Fresh Breeze air filters!
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