4 Indoor Air Pollutants That Can Harm Your Home
Improve indoor air quality at home with the help of these tips
There’s a common notion that air pollution only occurs outdoors—think cars, smoke belchers, and the like. But did you know that air pollution can also happen inside your home? When the air exchange in your space is low, natural air pollutants can accumulate and affect not only your furniture but your overall health as well.
Take note of these common air pollutants and how you can keep your space free from air pollution.
Source: Martha Stewart. All photos by Jill Slater via apartmenttherapy.com.
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