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Improve Indoor Air Quality With this Ways

Maintaining cleanliness means maintaining a healthy

Furniture, carpets, upholstery, dry clothing, paints, synthetic building materials, cleaning products, pesticides, bacteria, molds, incoming outdoor pollution, all of these can cause indoor air pollution.  In one day we use more than 90% of our time in the room, in pandemic times like today even we almost use 100% time in the room.

Maintaining Indoor Air quality very important

I say it not to make you panic, and surely we do not want to live in fear, haunted with worries.  All things must have a way out and how to overcome them.  Maintaining health is not only with exercise, or nutritious foods. 

Understanding the dangers of air pollution in the room is a good thing, for the future of our children and grandchildren.  because we are entering a new era, the New-normal of course we must explore all things about health.  And before we are mired by unpleasant news.  Reminder !!!  Keep positive.

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Danger indoor air pollution

The fact is, the air inside the house, office, and other buildings can be more polluted than the air outside.  You might not know but the air in your home or office carries various types of toxic compounds.  They can endanger your health.

Indoor air pollution can cause many health problems including worsening of respiratory disease, heart disease, cancer and lung.  Health problems can occur after prolonged or repeated exposure periods.

Usually the most effective way to improve indoor air quality is to eliminate individual pollution sources or to reduce emissions.  In many cases, source control is also a more cost-effective approach to protecting indoor air quality rather than increasing ventilation because increased ventilation can increase energy costs.

Natural ventilation

Most heating and air-conditioning systems do not carry outside air into the house mechanically, and natural infiltration and ventilation are relied on to bring outside air into the house.  The introduction of outside air is one of the important factors in promoting good air quality.

Opening windows and doors can also improve indoor air quality by reducing pollutants in the room.  If used properly, natural ventilation can help control lowering indoor air-temperatures, which may overheat in a home without a system.  Ventilation also helps to eliminate or thin air pollutants in the room from indoor sources.

Invest money to an air purifier

Using an air purifier is an excellent option for completing the most commonly used areas of a home, office or building, this device, especially ionic-cleaners, can help catch some allergens.  You might not be able to get rid of these allergens completely, but they can do a very good job of removing most of the particles.

Change your filter

If you have a forced air heating system, be sure to replace the filter regularly, every 3-4 months.  Electrostatic filters can help ensure that dust and irritation in other air is trapped rather than re-circulated throughout your home.  A clean filter effectively removes particles in the air, but it will be bad for you if the filter is dirty.  So consider cleaning your drain to remove trapped dust.

Keep your floors fresh and clean

The floor may look clean but not necessarily hygienic, dust, pet hair falling out, even chemicals can stick to the floor.  Of course, you must clean it regularly for health.

Chemicals and allergens can accumulate in household dust for decades.  Use a vacuum cleaner that is equipped with HEPA filters, rotating brushes, and strong suction.  Using a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter, you can reduce the concentration of lead in your home.

Often, high-quality air purifiers contain HEPA filters that can capture 99.97% of harmful particles in the air.  You can also get rid of other poisons, such as brominated flame retardant chemicals (PBDE) and allergens such as pollen, pet dander, and dust.

Mopping the floor can catch dust and dirt, even if you don't use soap, enough with water without any mixture.  You can use fibermop, make sure the dust does not accumulate in the corners of your house, especially in the long-term, do not miss to clean windows, doors, bathrooms, and walls of the house, office, or buildings that you have.


Remember passive smoking?  Smoke can stay in the air for hours after you have finished smoking, and it can spread from room to room.

Opening a window or door will not remove smoke, because it can blow back inside and stick to surfaces like soft furniture, to be released later, sometimes in a more dangerous form.  If you can prepare a designated smoking-area and make sure it is not in the same room as the main room or house, you can take the 'STOP' action if you really want it.

Keep in check you Rug and carpet

Put a doormat on each door, doormats can reduce the amount of dirt, pesticides, and other pollutants that enter your home.  If the mat is large enough, even those who don't wipe their shoes will leave most of the pollutants on the mat—not the floor in your home.  Dust rugs and carpets at least once or twice a week with a vacuum cleaner equipped with a HEPA filter.  Remember!  to wash carpets and rugs every week.

Put Indoor Plants in the room

Indoor plants have health-benefits and improve air-quality for your room.  In addition, plants can make people feel better.  Like when you see thousands of green leaves, the expanse of flowers in the wind, swaying grass, feels soothing.

Garden Mum, Broad Lady Palm, Spider Plant, Chinese Evergreen, Dracaena, Parlor Palm, Flamingo Lily, Gerbera Daisy, Dragon Tree, Philodendron, Ficus / Weeping Fig, Fittonia 'Frankie', Peace Lily, Boston Fern, Rubber Tree, Snake Plant  / Mother-in-Law's Tongue, Bamboo Palm, Aloe Vera, Pothos, Lemon Button Fern, this is a list of plants that you can place indoors.

Of course there are many more, you don't need to put all of them in, choose what you like so you will be more caring for them-because that's what you like.

It doesn't matter if you like all the plants, maybe you can make a green-house.  Grow plants, take care, put on Instagram, Twitter.  Woops, anyone is interested, attach prices, packing, and send.  Extra money gets into your account, mmm!?!  While refreshing the world, the way you go-green.

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