Professional Treatment for the Micro-organisms Living Inside Your Car
To restore the In-Car Air Quality, professional treatment for the mold, mildew, and bacteria is recommended along with cleaning the interior and regularly replacing cabin air filters.
Regularly treating the ventilation system with a disinfectant or cleaning solution is the most economical and effective remedy. For extreme situations, remove the evaporator unit and physically clean it and the heater-a/c housing
There are a number of treatments on the market using various solutions and delivery methods. The most effective product available to the automotive market is the MiST™ In-Car Air Quality™ Service.
MiST™ In-Car Air Quality™ is specially designed to treat & prevent living micro-organisms.
MiST™ Services Benefits
MiST™ Nanodroplets get into areas traditional sprays cannot, particularly the very small passages ways on today’s vehicle A/C systems.
Treats Ventilation System
MiST™ treats the entire ventilation system, including the evaporator, heater core, air ducts, and passenger compartment surfaces.
The MiST™ In-Car Air Quality™ service is very economical and only takes 15 minutes to perform.
Clean & Ventilate
Some simple steps you can do yourself in conjunction with Professional Treatments and Cabin Air Filters can drastically improve the air quality in your car cabin.
Keep the interior clean
Regularly clean out your vehicle of garbage, food, and wipe down surfaces with antibacterial cleaners. Vacuum the upholstery and carpets frequently.
You can lower the concentration of toxic air pollutants in your car cabin by allowing more outdoor air to enter the cabin. Drive with the windows opens and use the fresh air intake on your ventilation system. This helps to exchange the interior and exterior air which results in lower humidity levels.
Cabin Air Filters
Cabin Air Filters to Improve the Air Coming into the Vehicle from the Outside.
The cabin air filter helps traps air-borne particles, chemical pollutants, 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 25,000km/15,000 miles. It's not uncommon, however, for cabin air filter replacement to be overlooked in the owner's manual. Do not try to clean this filter and reinstall it!
For best results, consult filter manufacturer application charts to see if your car is listed. Most filters are accessible through an access panel in the HVAC housing, which may be under the hood or in the interior of the car.
In conjunction with Professional Treatments for Micro-Organisms living inside the vehicle, cabin air filters are a very effective method to improve in-car air quality.
Independent studies continue to be conducted on the impact of in-car air pollutants on human health.
We do know that air pollutants can affect our health, many are minor and reversible. These tend to occur immediately after exposure to the air pollutant, such as watery eyes or throat irritation.
The concern is with long-term exposures to toxic air and the potentially serious health impacts, such as cancer and respiratory issues.
Toxins enter an individual through the air via breathing, ingestion, or contact. Once it enters the body, it can stay in one area, like the lungs, or be transported to other parts of the body through the bloodstream.
Children are especially susceptible to air pollution because they have higher inhalation rates relative to body mass, less developed lungs, and immature immune systems.
Information on this website is based on current scientific research and is provided as information only.
The information does not constitute medical or legal advice and following the advice given will not necessarily provide complete or any protection in all situations or against all health hazards caused by in-car air pollution.
Always consult your doctor or professional advisor for specific health needs. You should never disregard medical advice or delay seeking such advice because of anything you read on this website.
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