Best Air Purifier for Weed Odor

Best Air Purifier for Weed Odor – As the law states you can’t smoke weed in public, you can be left with the extremely potent odor in your home. The smell can differ with different types of strains, but it will still stick to clothes, hair, and furniture that will be noticeable to visitors to your home. Or you may not even smoke but be burdened with the smell that has drifted over from a neighbor.

If you’re someone who enjoys smoking, you know how arduous it can be to get rid of the smell of smoke. This is especially true for marijuana smokers more so than cigarette smokers since weed smoke tends to be a lot more potent than tobacco.

What you need to get rid of marijuana smoke and its odor is an adequate air purifier. That said, in this article, we go over the most effective air purifiers for weed smoke, so you may want to stick around for a while.

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1.Alen 45i Air Purifier

The BreatheSmart 45i by Alen has been featured before in our lists. It’s the most expensive of our picks but for good reason. This unit is ideal for rooms up to 800sq.ft. and will make easy work of cleaning air when smoking weed indoors. With four different speeds to choose from, you can crank it up when smoking with a group of friends.

There’s an option to customize the filter to get exactly what you need out of it. For weed, we suggest going for the ‘FreshPlus’ option. This three-stage True HEPA filter is packed full of activated carbon to eliminate chemical toxins and odors created by smoke, cleaning the smell of cannabis out of the air. It lasts around 10-12 months which keeps costs down.

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2.AeraMax 300

The AeraMax 300 is the flagship unit from American family company Fellowes. Working at its best in rooms from 300-600 sq.ft. this unit falls into our mid-range category. There’s an easy to navigate touch screen control panel on the front to adjust fan speed and engage its trademarked Aera+ Mode which acts like a turbo mode.

The AeraMax boasts a 4-stage “hospital-type” filtration system which contains the activated carbon filter we’re looking for, True HEPA, an antimicrobial treatment that prevents the growth of odor-causing bacteria, and an ionizer that removes pollutants. We usually try to avoid ionizers as some emit harmful ozone toxins, but the AeraMax 300 is certified by the AAFA (Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America) to comply with their standards.

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3.Blueair Air Purifier

Blueair is a well-respected name in the air purifier game. For our budget option, we’ve chosen the Blue Pure 411. This smaller unit comes in around $100 and is great for portability. The 411 is most effective in rooms up to 161 sq.ft. which means it’ll be pretty ineffective in a room filled with weed smoke, but will do the job of keeping the odor out of other rooms you don’t directly smoke in.

The three-stage filter on this guy may be small, but in the right setting works really hard. There’s a fabric pre-filter on the exterior which comes in different colors to match your style, a particle filter, and the activated carbon filter for odor-causing bacteria and VOCs.

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4.RabbitAir MinusA2

Back to the high end of the spectrum is the RabbitAir MinusA2. This high tech unit can be both free-standing or wall mounted to suit your needs, comes in either white, black, or for the true artist you can get customized front panels. This purifier will cover an area of 815 sq.ft. but we recommend getting the best out of by using it in a room up to 600 sq.ft.

In terms of filters, the MinusA2 has six of them! As well as the usual suspects (True HEPA, activated carbon filter, etc.) this purifier comes with an option of a customized filter, which for our purposes, we would recommend going for the “Odor Remover”. Running this unit at a high speed with this combination of filters will clear the air rapidly when you’re smoking weed indoors.

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5.TruSens DuPont

TruSens units have a different design approach to most of the purifiers on the market. The tower-like cylinder almost resembles a building from the Hong Kong skyline. The top of the unit uses dual airflow to distribute the clean air evenly throughout the room. This flagship larger model covers up to 750 sq.ft and slots nicely into the mid-range.

The Z-3000 houses a pre-filter, True HEPA filter, activated carbon filter, and a UV-C light filter which helps with the odor-causing bacteria we mentioned before and because of its circular design, captures odors from 360 degrees. Combining the four-stage filter with its turbo fifth speed, the TruSens will make light work of eliminating your weed smoke smell.

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6.SilverOnyx Air Purifier

Starting off our list of the best air filters for weed smoke is the highly popular SilverOnyx Air Purifier, with its powerful 5-stage filtration system and incredible coverage. It’s also a compact device that can be moved around with ease, and it won’t really set you back much, price-wise.

The SilverOnyx Air Purifier is equipped with a mesh pre-filter that helps capture larger particles like pet dander and hair before passing the air to the attached HEPA filter. The HEPA filter, on the other hand, helps filter out smaller particles that are smaller than 0.3 microns such as dust and allergens. It flaunts an efficacy percentage of around 99.97%, so it’s a True HEPA filter.

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7.Germ Guardian

The GermGuardian AC5350B is yet another reliable air purifier that can be used to get rid of any type of smoke, whether it’s weed smoke, cigarette smoke, or wildfire smoke. This can very well be regarded as the best air purifier for smoke, but it offers less functionality than the SilverOnyx at an almost similar price point, which is why it’s our runner-up.

Like many of the products on our list, the AC5350B utilizes a 4-stage filtration setup consisting of a pre-filter, True HEPA filter, activated charcoal filter, and an optional UV-C light feature rather than an air ionization functionality. Please note that the existence of a UV-C light feature makes this a non-Ozone-free unit, so it’s not recommended for those who suffer from asthma.

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Best Air Purifier for Weed Odor – There are ways of minimizing the odor left from smoking weed indoors. The most effective way is to introduce an air purifier into the home.

This will filter out the odor made from smoking and replace it with fresh clean air. If you’re looking for a unit to help with smoking weed indoors, you should consider investing in a high-powered purifier with a strong carbon filter. To tackle odors coming from outside, you may be able to reduce the smell with a smaller unit.

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