Full control of indoor air pollution
Can you escape PM2.5 while you are indoors? This idea is too naive! In addition to the ubiquitous particle killer, there may be pets, second-hand smoke, dust mites, and bacterial viruses in the house. To be truly safe and comfortable, there is no shortage of ways to control indoor air pollution!
Various pollutants in the home environment
Being in an indoor environment, when you smell a pungent odor, or feel tingling, headache, dizziness, nausea, difficulty breathing, or someone smoking by your side, it means there is a high probability of air pollution. At the same time, there may be many colorless and odorless harmful pollutants in the indoor air, which pose a threat to the health of the human body and must not be ignored.
How to control air pollution in your home
Reducing and eliminating indoor pollution sources is the most cost-effective way to improve indoor air quality and improve comfort.
- Choose green building materials and decorative materials;
- Purchase environmentally friendly furniture;
- No smoking indoors;
- Use chemicals, cosmetics, and various aerosols with caution or less.
In real life, it is not a simple matter to be able to purchase green building materials and decorative materials. The high price is on the one hand, on the other hand, many consumers may not even be able to buy real environmentally friendly materials even at high prices. The market operation has not yet been fully regulated, including the lack of unified management of materials, factories, sales and sales venues. Some medium and low-end product companies still have the problem of maliciously raising prices and obtaining high profits.
- Clean and hygienic
- Clean the room, remove dust, and clean the bed;
- Keep the room environment dry.
Dust mites like to live in a humid environment, so try to keep the room environment dry. Wash the bedding once every 1-2 weeks with hot water above 60 °C, and always expose to the sun. Need to pay attention: during the cleaning process, the mites hidden in the bed and sofa and its excrement may fly in the air with the finishing, and then inhaled into the bronchus, which may cause obvious allergic symptoms.
Ventilation is the key to improving indoor air quality. Use outdoor fresh air to dilute indoor air pollutants to reduce the concentration. However, if the outdoor air is heavily polluted, ventilation should be avoided if there is a high level of dust storms, respirable particulate matter or other contaminants.
- Use air purification equipment
Air purification equipment can absorb airborne suspended matter, filter dust, bacteria and viruses, and deodorize. If you put an air purifier at home, you can bring clean air and a comfortable living environment.
Master the methods of controlling indoor pollution to help you improve your home environment!
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