Normally we think that air pollution is related to the outside air for instance, smog, ozone etc. But the reality is that the indoor air is more polluted than the air outside.
Do you know that the air inside your home is polluted by lead, fire-retardants, formaldehyde, VOC, radon and fragrances that are used in cleaners and perfumes?
In this article we have come up with tips that will help you to effectively reduce the indoor air pollution in your home.
Tips To Reduce Indoor Air Pollution In Your Home
- Clean Those Carpets
If you have the carpets in your home then you must clean them often as they accumulate dust and absorb the toxins just like a ssponge.
- No No To Dry Dusting
Dry dusting removes the dust particles ftrom the surface however those particles enter our respiratory system through breathing. Instead you must give emphasis on cleaning the surface with a wet cloth.
Eliminate excessive moisture, dust build-up and the use of chemical
- Make Your House A No Smoking Zone
It is better if you quit smoking entirely. But if you smoke at least make it a point that you do not smoke inside your house.
- Embrace The Nature
By including natural cleaning supplies and cosmetics you are not only benefitting your health but also making sure that our mother earth is not polluted because of the chemicals that are used in the manufacturing of the conventionally used cleaning supplies and cosmetics.
- Let Them Breathe
The solvents that are used in the dry cleaning process are toxic; hence you must let the dry cleaned clothes breathe the fresh air before bringing them home.
We hope that our tips help you to reduce the air pollution in your home so that you and your family can breathe in the fresh air, which will strengthen your body.
Read our Previous articles on indoor pollution for better understanding
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