When cleaning your home, the hardest thing to clean is the pollution you can’t see – air pollution. Different toxins can enter the room from the garage attached to the house, from furniture and things in the house, cleaning with chemical cleaners and even oil on the pan can cause unwanted air pollution. This is not even mentioning the air pollution we are already used to from smoking, dust and pets.

We’ve put together some tips to help you improve the air quality in your home:

1. Reduce chemistry. Choose more natural cleaning products for your home. If you’re not ready to swap your favorite washing powder for a more eco-friendly one, however, air your clothes before hanging them in the wardrobe.

2. Wet cleaning – the best against dust.

3. Always turn on the cooker hood when cooking. Especially if cooking on a gas stove.

4. Ventilate the rooms. Open windows have a negative effect on heating bills but a positive effect on your health. Which is more important? Ventilate even in winter!

5. Natural materials. Think green and choose eco-friendly products. It’s fashionable.

6. Houseplants are excellent air filters. Ferns, ficus and ivy are not only visually satisfying.

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