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Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube
Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube
Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube
Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube
Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube
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Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube

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The Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube effectively removes annoying and unpleasant odors from your refrigerator. It reliably adsorbs odor molecules from the environment and creates fresh and neutral air.

Unpleasant smells when opening your refrigerator door?

You have it in hand, your personal medium for cleaning and creating neutral air. Odor molecules are adsorbed quickly and easily using the circulating air. Place the helsa®-filtercube upright in your refrigerator and experience freshness.

The helsa®-filtercube contains activated carbon, black abrasion is harmless and can be easily removed with soapy water.

APPLICATION

Attach the Captain Sorb Fridge Filter Cube to the refrigerator wall using the adhesive included or simply set it up freely and experience a whole new freshness.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The filter cube contains activated carbon, black abrasion is harmless and can be easily removed with soapy water. It can also be regenerated by heat treatment. To do this, place the refrigerator filter in the sun for a few hours or in the oven for an hour at 150 degrees and then ventilate. The filter regenerated in this way is now fully efficient again and can be used again and again.

WORKING WAY

The inner workings of the “Captain Sorb” products ensure that gaseous impurities, which we perceive as bad smells, are adsorbed, i.e. absorbed. Through a finely branched network of channels and pores, activated carbon offers a very large, inner surface. There odor molecules are absorbed and bound.