You may think it’s just another Thursday on the old blog. But it’s not. Why not? Because I’ve got an Oreck AirInstinct 200 air purifier to give away to one lucky reader!
I was so excited when Oreck contacted me and wanted us to try their newest air purifier. The first time I really started to think about what was in the air was when we moved.
We had so much trouble with Brigham during his first year. Wheezing, coughing, sneezing. We had no idea what was wrong but one doctor even suggested reactive airway disease!
But the strangest thing happened when we moved from our old home to our new home. He no longer wheezed, coughed or sneezed at all and began sleeping through the night for the first time ever. Now we know that there must have been something in the air at our old house.
So I have been really in tune with keeping the air inside our new house as non-toxic as possible. The Oreck AirInstinct 200 helps me feel like I’m doing that.
My favorite thing about it, besides the fact that it is so white and pretty, is the turn it on and walk away™ technology. It has a “monitoring” mode, which takes the guess work out of the settings. It continually checks the air and adjusts the speed accordingly. Um, hello. Busy moms rejoice at not having to do anymore work!
Even if I think the air smells great we really have no way of knowing what is floating around. The AirInstinct keeps me at ease knowing that my kids are breathing clean air.
An air purifier may not seem like a necessity but if you have kids I think it’s a great thing to have in your home. And if you enter my giveaway you have a chance to win an Oreck AirInstinct 200 worth $499.99!
You can just smell the fresh air already, can’t you?
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The giveaway winner must be a resident of the U.S. 48 contiguous states. I received the product to review for free from Oreck. Oreck Corporation provided the prize for the sweepstakes but is not the sponsor of the sweepstakes.