Do You Need a #FresherCar? FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filters and Walmart #cbias

Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and FRAM #cbias #SocialFabric. All opinions are my own.

Allergy season is upon us and I’m so sick of it. Yesterday, on the way home from a fun family outing, my husband’s eyes were so itchy I actually begged him to pull over so I could drive!

My allergies aren’t quite as severe, but I wanted to see if there were ways I could make the air in our car fresher.

You know your car has an air filter. However, did you know there is also an in cabin air filter? If not, you might want to check where your in cabin air filter is. Chances are, it’s possible you have never changed it!

FRAM makes a Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter with Baking Soda and I was able to find one for my make and model vehicle. (see if there is a FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filter available for your vehicle here)

FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filters are available at Walmart, so this meant my daughter and I took a quick trip to our local Walmart.

  •  Premium Efficiency – Filters 98% of dust, pollen, and other contaminants*
  • Odor Absorption – Arm & Hammer baking soda combined with carbon embedded into the filter assist in cleaning outside air flowing through the vehicle’s ventilation system.**
  • Outside air that flows through your vehicle’s air conditioning, heating and ventilation system can expose passengers to contaminants such as road dust and pollen.
  • FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filters can filter 98% of these contaminants* from the air passing through the filter to improve your driving comfort.

Did you know the air inside your car could be dirtier than the air outside your car? That’s disgusting! With FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filters you can be sure you are breathing clean, fresh air and that you are doing all you can to keep the allergy monster at bay.

When I got home with my new air filter (and a few other goodies…never can go to Walmart and get just one thing!), it was time to install it. Thankfully I was able to watch a helpful video on the FRAM Fresh Breeze website that showed me exactly what to do.

First I had to remove the old air filter though.

Um, yuck!

Look at the difference. This is something I’m going to have to keep on top of!

Installing my air filter was fairly simple. It was in kind of an awkward spot, so I’m glad I waited until I got home and didn’t try to do it in the Walmart parking lot 😉 .

FRAM recommends you change this air filter once or twice a year, so I went ahead and plugged the event into my Google Calendar (because let’s face it…I have total mommy brain!).

If you are interested in checking out FRAM Fresh Breeze air filters, you can check on their website to see if they have one for your vehicle, or just use the in store catalog (like I did) to find which air filter you need.


If you purchase an air filter AND an oil filter, you can also send away for a $4 mail in rebate.

Also, be sure to follow FRAM on Facebook.

Read more about my shopping trip on Google +!

Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and FRAM #cbias #SocialFabric. All opinions are my own.

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Heather is the creator and owner of Family Friendly Frugality. She calls Texas home and is married to her best friend. With 2 children 22 months apart, she has her hands full. So full that she decided to start blogging as a hobby. That hobby blew up into a full time job. Now she's got the husband, the kids and the blog. We're not exactly sure what she was thinking, but she's too busy for us to ask. Find Me On Google +

2 thoughts on “Do You Need a #FresherCar? FRAM Fresh Breeze Air Filters and Walmart #cbias”

  1. OH MY WORD that is totally disgusting! I’m making my husband check to see if we have one as soon as he gets home! ICK!

  2. Wow! Totally gross! I just looked up my 2007 Ford Edge and I have to remove my entire glove box to get to it…how would I have ever known that there was such a thing as an in-cabin filter?? LOL I am definitely going to check mine…I bet it is soooo disgusting! Thanks for the info!

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