Causes of indoor air pollution
Indoor air pollutions are caused by biological containments, combustions, household products, and pesticides. Such as mold, dust mites, pollen, wood stoves, fire places, gas stoves, paints, varnishes, and cleaning products.
Gas Mask family
As you can see this family is all wearing gas masks, because the indoor air pollution is that bad.
Causes of Indoor Air Pollution
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5 Ways to Prevent Indoor Air Pollution
If you use a vacuum with a HEPA filter you can reduce the amount of lead in your house. You can also get rid of other toxins, like pollen, pet dander, and dust mites.
If you Mop that should pick up the dust that vacuuming dosen't pick up. You can just use plain water to capture any lingering dust. New microfiber mops reportedly capture more dust and don’t require any cleaning solutions whatsoever.
Indoor Air Pollution: The Silent Killer