Clean Your Home
It is important to clean your home even though you feel like putting it off. Cleaning the house regularly will help remove the allergens and irritants. Use nontoxic, unscented, non-aerosol cleaning products that do not have any harmful vapors. Use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter to trap all the tiny particles like tobacco smoke, gas, chemicals, particulates, and tiny pollutants from the air.
Air Purifying Plants
Many houseplants can remove harmful toxins from the air. Having plants at home that are requiring low amounts of light are better at absorbing the air pollutants.
Change Your AC Filter
Changing the AC filter will allow the free movement of air for improved indoor air quality. It is filtering out common air pollutants, and if we do not regularly change it, it will also cause dirt and debris in your filter to obstruct airflow, increasing the workload of your cooling system.
Natural Air Conditioning
Natural air conditioning makes the most of air motion to cool your home. You can cool your home naturally through ceiling fans, natural ventilation, and growing plants for shade.
Use Activated Charcoal
Activated charcoal can remove VOC, remove odors, and control humidity by removing excess moisture from the air. Millions of tiny pores help to trap the harmful particles. One way to think about activated charcoal is to act as a “filter” for your air, says breaththefresh.com.
Avoid Artificial Fragrances
You want your house to smell like clean laundry, but you never knew that it’s best to have fewer perfumes in the air. It is best to choose unscented cleaning and laundry products, including laundry detergent, fabric softener, and other cleaners to use throughout the home. Choose aerosol-free cleaning products and avoid most artificial fragrances or air fresheners.
Use Beeswax Candles
Beeswax candles are a great substitute for artificially scented paraffin candles, and they work to purify the air instead of polluting it. Beeswax emits negative ions when it is burned. Negative ions effectively reduce dust, dander, and mold that float in the air we breathe, says welnessmama.com.
Floating allergens and pollutants can cause breathing problems and other illnesses. Let us help you maintain cleanliness and good air quality by booking a cleaning at bestinclassmiads.com.