Clorox makes all of our favourite cleaning products, and now they make a product for your air. The Clorox Air Purifier works on particles down to 0.1 microns in size, removing odours, dander, pet hair, smoke, and bacteria from the air in your home. You’ll breathe easier knowing that Clorox has your back when it comes to protecting your family.

The Clorox Air Purifier is a great option for homes with medium-sized rooms. It might not be the best choice for homes with larger, open spaces, though. An automatic mode and 360 degrees of purification make it ideal for most Canadians, especially those who trust the brand name.


  • Will work effectively in most rooms in your home
  • 360-degree intake and purification
  • Real-time air quality indicator
  • Filters only need to be replaced every 6 to 12 months


  • Air quality indicator is small
  • Does not work well in larger rooms

So who is the Clorox Air Purifier for? It might be the best option in Canada if you:

  • Have medium-sized spaces
  • Want to constantly monitor your air quality
  • Are consistently fighting dust and pet hair
  • Prefer a stress-free automatic mode

The Clorox Air Purifier has a few notable features, including the automatic mode. In this mode, the fan speed will automatically adjust based on the air quality in your home. It also features simple touch-panel controls, a small footprint, and three different fan speeds. The design of the air purifier allows for 360-degree purification, which allows better coverage throughout your home.

Filter Type HEPA, 3-Stage Filtration
Noise Level 35 dB
Fan Speeds 4
Room Size 1,000 Sq Ft
Dimensions 18 x 10.6 x 10.6 cm
Weight  3.33 kg
Controls Touch panel
Smart Features Automatic mode
Replacement Filter Cost $45
Filter Life 6 to 12 Months


Here’s how the Clorox Air Purifier performs in a few important air purifier categories.

Filtration (4/5)

Clorox Air Purifier Filtration Layers
Clorox Air Purifier Filtration Layers. Credit: Clorox

The 3-Stage True HEPA filter used in this air purifier removes allergens, odours, and pet dander down to 0.1 microns in size. It’s easy to see your air quality information right on top of the machine. The filters need to be changed every 6 to 12 months, but they are inexpensive when compared to other options on the Canadian market. Further, the filters are able to work in a 360-degree field because of the design of the unit.

Noise Level (3/5)

When it comes to noise level, the Clorox Air Puriifer runs in the middle of the pack. It’s not the quietest air purifier we’ve seen, but it isn’t the loudest either. You can expect to be able to carry on a conversation during normal operation, but the highest fan speed might be louder than you expect.

Controls (3/5)

Clorox Air Purifier Top Controls
Clorox Air Purifier Top Controls. Credit: Clorox

The Clorox Air Purifier offers an innovative touch panel with a separate button for each feature. This allows for better control over your settings, including four fan speeds, the timer, and automatic mode. There is no app integration or remote control with this unit.

Room Size (3.5/5)

This unit is called their ‘medium-sized’ room air purifier, and for good reason. It’s great at cleaning small and medium-sized rooms. It can clear up to 225 square feet five times an hour, and at its highest recommended room size usage (1,000 square feet), you can expect it to clean the air once an hour.

Cleaner Air from a Trusted Brand

Clorox is a trusted brand when it comes to cleaning supplies. Their medium-room air purifier works to give you cleaner air, too. This air purifier uses features like automatic mode to keep up with other options on the Canadian market. The filters offer high-quality 3-stage filtration to get rid of a variety of pollutants in your air, providing a fresher experience overall.

Clorox Air Purifier Ratings
Clorox Air Purifier Ratings