Improving Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

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Autumn is such a beautiful time of year, but the cool, brisk temperatures prompt homeowners to close up the windows.  Unfortunately, that lack of fresh air to help dissipate indoor allergens and chemicals, may leave you feeling sick with watery eyes, runny nose, throat irritation, or worse…  

A recent Prevention magazine article talks about some easy-to-do tips for cleaning up the air in your home.  One scary tidbit is that toxins like phthalates, chloroform, and camphor (chemicals that can damage the respiratory, nervous and reproductive systems), from most fabric softener sheets, stick to your clothes after drying.  Yet another reason to go for natural products.

MSNBC has the full story here.

Tag(s): Going Green, Hazardous Products / Health Issues, The Great Green Outdoors


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