Have you ever changed your pollen filter?

Your pollen filter should technically be changed every 10,000 miles and though it’s not the most essential piece of equipment in a car, it is incredibly important. The pollen filter, also known as the cabin filter, is responsible for removing solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mould, and bacteria from the air inside your car, van or lorry. It is very cheap to buy and made of fibrous materials, whilst the filter itself can also remove odors and gaseous pollutants such as volatile organic compounds or ozone, so you’ll soon notice something very wrong in your car if your cabin filter was blocked or damaged. You should check on this fairly regularly to ensure that it’s looking good, but these filters get put through their paces so do try to change yours every 10,000 miles. If nothing else, it’s good for your own health.

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