Seven Natural Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
When the weather’s hot, nothing beats hanging out at home with the air conditioner on. However, while escaping the heat, you’ll be more likely to encounter mold, dust, pet dander, pollen and other airborne allergens. Here are some simple ways to improve indoor air quality.
The trick is to minimize allergens in your home before they get into the air, so dust furniture and vacuum floors weekly. If you want to trap as many allergens as possible, use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA air filter.