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Today is three weeks until summer for us! As you can probably guess, I am basing summer on the date my kids start their break from the regular school year. Even though they have summer school (free in our school district for all kids), the end of the school year means summer is officially here.
To us, summer equals road trips. We go to see family in Texas and Oklahoma; we spend the weekends driving to Missouri sites; we drive all around our city during the day. With my kids’ allergies, it’s important to me that our car be healthy of an environment as possible. I can’t control what affects them all the time, but I can control what affects them in the car (especially on those ten hour trips!)
Read on for my experience with changing the filter!
Over the weekend I headed to Walmart (see my shop trip here) to pick up a FRAM Fresh Breeze filter with Arm&Hammer. These help filter the cabin air in the car. And boy am I glad I did. Our filter was um, not so clean. Now that I have seen it, I am thinking that the FRAM Fresh Breeze filter will help with Desmonda Drama’a allergies. Dare I hope for no more puffy eyes? Plus the Arm and Hammer baking soda should help to preserve the freshness in the kidmobile. Because before it smelled more french fry than fresh.
After our experience with changing it, I put a reminder in my home management binder to change it again in six months. Now that we know how easy it is, there’s no reason NOT to change it twice a year. We can already tell the difference after only a few days!
I recommend a couple of things before installing:
1) Read the FAQ section on the FRAM Fresh Breeze website.
2) Watch the installation videos!
3) Get your tools handy before you start
4) Leave your partner alone while they install it