How To Improve Indoor Air Quality? Ways To Purify Home Air! #CleanAirBeautifulHomes

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To have more fun and excitement, get connected family and friends to help. Cleaning homes is much easier after removal of a good chunk of belongings. First of all, You should have all articles of cleaning. There are a variety of toxic chemicals in the home and take tips to reduce them. Formaldehyde is found in a variety of household building products and furniture may cause cancer in humans and asthma attacks and allergic reactions as in high concentration.  You should have an easy, green apparatus for disposal to get rid of it. Household plants that NASA scientists have discovered help remove formaldehyde and purify air to your home for a safer, and cleaner atmosphere for outdoor and indoor.

Here are some tips and tricks to clean indoor homes!

Tips to clean indoor homes –

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Clean Entrance of home –

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The doors and all hardware are clean. Remove out any fingerprints along the walls or the bottom of the door. If there’s too much darkness then repaint the door or walls using Royale Atmos – A Paint that helps purify air  Clean welcome mat.

Ensure Kitchen is clean –

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Clean all the cabinets, appliances, inside and outside. It consists of the refrigerator, dishwasher, and oven/chulhas. Chulhas should be clean both on top and bottom. The grill should be clean, and the light bulb is working. Wipe off the refrigerator along with the cords.

 

Bathroom Cleaning-

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The pipes and fittings are cleaned properly. Make sure they are clean (such as the toothbrush holder). Wipe off under the vanity and make sure it’s systematic.

 

House Cleaning in the Bedroom-

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Use fresh linen and bright colors in the bedroom. Wash sheets, blankets, and useful articles. Wash or dry clean curtains and mats. Wipe off all the furniture.Clean the walls and floors. Keep dirty laundry in a laundry basket. Keeps toys and other items in one area and store them in the containers.

Clean basement and Attic of home-

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Wash off the basement floors, and clean the walls. Remove dust, dirt, and debris, from corners and ceiling lines. Clean the windows of the basement and attic window. Clean off shelves and racks. Remove stains from the floors. If walls and floor are messy, they should be painted or repainted.

Air Purifiers

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Make life easy breezy with Air Purifiers that makes the surrounding air clean and fit to inhale. It is an elegant decor that is designed to fit into every house. An air purifier is easy to maintain and durable, with  Smart lighting. Air purifiers are the patented Hi Siv technology. This technology absorbs harmful gases, without taking away much-needed moisture from the air.

Purify Indoor Air by Plants

Boston Fern

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Boston Ferns remove formaldehyde. They are highly efficient at removing other indoor air pollutants. Watering them weekly in seasons when they’re growing during the winter. They like to be watered regularly.

Peace Lily

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The Peace Lily with its seashell-shaped will bring a touch of summer into a dreary winter. This is the best plant for removing formaldehyde, benzene and certain VOCs that are emitted by harsh cleaning products. It has a high transpiration rate that will humidify the air. Be aware of the leaves can be poisonous to pets and children.

Flowering Air Purifiers

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Florists’ Mum and Gerbera Daisies are the best for removing formaldehyde. These flowering plants require careful watering and prefer cool temperatures below 65°. If you like gardening,  you can try rooting a new azalea plant in a container garden outside. s Azalea can be flowering all winter, and capable of removing formaldehyde.

 

That’s all of the tips to improve homes.

I hope you this post.

Stay Happy! Stay Blessed!

 

I’ve written this post for Indiblogger campaign with Asian Paints. #CleanAirBeautifulHomes  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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