While we talk so much about the environmental conservation we should remember that it all starts with creating and maintaining a healthy home environment. A healthy environment at home means keeping the family healthy.
Air purifiers are known to remove fine dust, and odours in the indoor ambiance. They can help disinfect the indoor air and reduce allergies and infections. These can be extra handy during the allergy seasons.
Trust the greens
There are several indoor plants that are known to purify the air. Air purifying plants can also remove formaldehyde and other harmful chemicals that are known to be released from chemical cleaners and from the appliances. Besides this, they also result in maintaining the humidity of the indoor air.
Homemade alternatives to chemical cleaners
Chemical cleaners can be effective in cleaning but they release a lot of harmful fumes which are not healthy to breathe in. Replacing them with homemade cleaners can be a safer and healthier approach.
Light and ventilation
Controlled light and air circulation can be the first thing to create in every room in the house. Proper circulation of air can prevent the formation of mold and also remove musty odors from the air. Sunlight can also be a natural disinfecting agent which is very much essential in every room. Too much or too little sunlight should both be avoided.
Establishing daily and weekly cleaning routines and monthly deep cleaning schedules will make cleaning easier and more productive. This would also ensure that the air quality remains healthy. Cleaning routines include dusting, control of cobwebs on time and the cleaning of kitchen. All these help maintain a healthy, dust free and pest free environment at home.
Novel products like ClimateCounts greenhouse kits can all be useful to help work towards a greener planet.