Recommendations for air purifier and dehumidifier

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Anyone have a recommendation for a good air purifier? I am in a trailer type situation, less than 400 sq feet but it’s several rooms

also looking for a dehumidifier for one small room (maybe around 100 sq ft).


I have found plenty on Amazon so I’m looking for recommendations of one you actually use and like

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I love our Levoit air purifiers. They're compact (desktop size), very quiet little HEPA purifiers that aren't super expensive. I liked the first one so much I bought another.
 

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I have the Honeywell Insight Series and have been very pleased with it. My allergist recommended 2 or 3 different brands and this is the one I chose.
 

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I have the Honeywell Insight Series and have been very pleased with it. My allergist recommended 2 or 3 different brands and this is the one I chose.
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We have two Honeywells, too, and they're also very good. both been around for years so they certainly last nicely!
 

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I love our Levoit air purifiers. They're compact (desktop size), very quiet little HEPA purifiers that aren't super expensive. I liked the first one so much I bought another.
I'm actualy considering replacing my old honeywell which has dirt I cant reach with a levoit filterless humidifire. They pay for themselves by not needing a filter that gets crusty.
 
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I'm actualy considering replacing my old honeywell which has dirt I cant reach with a levoit filterless humidifire. They pay for themselves by not needing a filter that gets crusty.
im actually looking for a dehumidifier. I’m in Florida so it’s not dry here!
 

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We have one of these in every bedroom for about 2 years now. Amazon.com

DH picked them out so I had nothing to do with looking. Right now they are about half the cost from when we got them though! They have different modes that can make them quieter. I like it very quiet when I sleep or I wake up with a headache and louder ringing in my ears. So that was a big requirement for me.
 
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We have one of these in every bedroom for about 2 years now. Amazon.com

DH picked them out so I had nothing to do with looking. Right now they are about half the cost from when we got them though! They have different modes that can make them quieter. I like it very quiet when I sleep or I wake up with a headache and louder ringing in my ears. So that was a big requirement for me.
Thank you! Just ordered one
 
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