Pollen Window Screens

Window-filta allergen screenI just saw this fab idea -a screen filter you velcro over your window to stop pollen, dust or particles getting in – you can have your window open at night again!

Here’s the blurb for you:

“This removable electrostatic air filter for windows is a Class 1 registered Medical Device designed to permit asthma and hayfever sufferers to sleep with their windows open allowing a free passage of air.Very effective against traffic fumes and mould spores and prevents biting or stinging insects entering the room.

The hotter the night, the higher the pollen count and the greater the need to have cool air filtered through your window. Window-filta fits neatly to your open window and traps pollen, fungal spores, floating seeds, diesel particulates, dust and insects, letting only fresh air in.

Each Window-filta will fit a window up to 120x60cm or can be cut to fit smaller openings. Fits 30cm hinged toplights when cut in half. 

captures and holds 99.9% of airborne particles down to 0.3micron

simple and effective

easy to fit with Velcro dots – full instructions supplied

protection at home or office

inexpensive, lasts all season

Have a look – on special offer too at the moment.


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