Exhaust Filter

Exhaust Filter

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The Exhaust Filters cover the Air Outlets on the Base unit, supplying additional noise suppression and air filtration during each Reverse-Air drying session. 

The Original RevAir Base has one Exhaust Filter on the back of the unit, while the New RevAir Base has two smaller Exhaust Filters on either side of the unit.

Be sure to choose your correct device model. 

TIME TO CLEAN

SIGNS IT IS TIME TO CLEAN

  1. If you begin to experience less tension (suction) on your usual tension setting.
  2. The wand mouth seems hotter than normal.
  3. Your overall results are less sleek and silky in appearance.
  4. You notice the wand heat shuts off during use, even after reducing your section size.
FILTER CARE

Device Maintenance

NEW-RevAir-Exhaust-Filter-Replacement

Original RevAir Exhaust Filter

We recommend you clean the Exhaust Filters once per month.

 

1. Remove the Exhaust Filters

To remove the Exhaust Filters simply pinch the sides together and gently pull to remove the filter from its housing within the Base.  

2. Clean the Exhaust Filters

After removing the Exhaust Filters, blow off any dust and rinse well with warm (not hot) water. Do not wring, squeeze, or twist. Gently shake out any excess water, place on a cloth or paper towel, and allow to air dry.

3. Reinstall the Exhaust Filters

When completely dry, insert the Exhaust Filters back into the Base, in their original orientation. While gently pinching the sides, press the filters back into the Base.  

WHEN TO REPLACE

IT MAY BE TIME TO PURCHASE IF:

  1. Your Exhaust Filters show any signs of damage.
  2. If you prefer to have a spare set of filters on hand for use between cleanings.
SPECIFICATIONS
MATERIAL

Polyurethane Filter Foam


Time to Clean

SIGNS IT IS TIME TO CLEAN

  • If you begin to experience less tension (suction) on your usual tension setting.
  • The wand mouth seems hotter than normal.
  • Your overall results are less sleek and silky in appearance.
  • You notice the wand heat shuts off during use, even after reducing your section size.

Filter Care

Device Maintenance

New RevAir Exhaust Filter Replacement

Original RevAir Exhaust Filter replacement

We recommend you clean the Exhaust Filters once per month.

1. Remove the Exhaust Filters

To remove the Exhaust Filters simply pinch the sides together and gently pull to remove the filter from its housing within the Base.

2. Clean the Exhaust Filters

After removing the Exhaust Filters, blow off any dust and rinse well with warm (not hot) water. Do not wring, squeeze, or twist. Gently shake out any excess water, place on a cloth or paper towel, and allow to air dry.

3. Reinstall the Exhaust Filters

When completely dry, insert the Exhaust Filters back into the Base, in their original orientation. While gently pinching the sides, press the filters back into the Base.

When to Replace

It may be time to replace if:

  • Your Exhaust Filters show any signs of damage.
  • If you prefer to have a spare set of filters on hand for use between cleanings.

Specifications

Material

Polyurethane Filter Foam

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