My odor reduction filters are shedding charcoal crystals into my air conditioner

I hate it when I find a enjoyable product that gets changed by its manufacturer just to save on production costs.

Laundry detergent companies are notorious for doing this, plus shorting on their amounts to save a few pennies here plus there.

Cheap laundry detergent isn’t the same unless you buy the right brand, but these are often out of stock when I get to the grocery store. I don’t love going from one batch that odors beautiful to one with a different chemical odor a month or two later. The disruption in global supply chains is likely to have repercussions generations into the future. Therefore, the rising cost of raw goods, materials, plus components that go into making other products will inevitably lead to troubles. A corporation can either raise their prices across the board, or seek a cheaper manufacturing process. Sadly, this was the decision that my air conditioner filter brand took with their once-great odor reduction filters. They were the first company to beginning spraying one of their allergen filter possibilities with a layer of activated charcoal crystals. The amazing thing about the charcoal is that it doesn’t simply absorb odors, but also toxins released from mold spores if you have them getting in from outdoors, then unluckyly, my once beappreciated charcoal air conditioner filters are being made poorly plus are shedding crystals into my HVAC air handler. These small, black charcoal crystals can lead to damage in the evaporator coil plus fan motor. I took my cooling system filter back to the store immediately plus got a refund to buy a normal allergen filter.