No matter you have been staying in an old house for long or in a recently constructed one, your home could be harboring unhealthy (and invisible) toxins for sure. These chemical compounds are found in emissions from paint, plastics, carpet, cleaning solutions, and numerous building materials. There are three major offenders found in the home include: • Formaldehyde: in carpets, upholstery, glues, paint, and more • Benzene: in plastics, synthetic fibers, lubricants, rubber, pesticides • Trichloroethylene: in paint removers, rug cleaning solution, adhesives Luckily there are many powerful air-cleaning plants that naturally remove pollutants from the air. We picked our favourites and offer tips on how to keep them in top working condition, on the basis of Clean Air Study conducted by NASA to demonstrate the effectiveness of particular plants to purify air. Our recommendation: In a 2,000 square foot house, bring in 15 to 20 plants in 6-inch pots or larger. Rather than scattering single plants, create group displays in each room for a great look and maximum air quality.
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