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Did you know that there can be up to five times more indoor pollutants than outdoor pollutants? With Americans spending 90 percent of their time indoors, this is something that needs to be taken seriously. After all, you want to make sure that your family is as safe as possible, especially in today's day and age.

To keep the air in your home as clean as possible, here are some simple guidelines you should follow at all times.

Do not smoke inside the house.

This should go without saying, but a lot of smokers still smoke inside the house, particularly in the bathroom. No matter where you smoke in the house, though, secondhand smoke will still travel indoors and affect everyone else in the household. No matter how tempting or how convenient it might be to smoke indoors, always take it outside and consider the health and wellbeing of those around you.

Clean your carpets properly.

As pretty as carpets are, they tend to trap unhealthy particles like pet dander, dust mites, and dirt, which will be released into the air when you start vacuuming. If you aren't exactly ready to let go of your carpets, though, make sure that you clean them properly - and use the right products while you're at it.


The EnviroKlenz Carpet Refresher is the perfect product to use to clean your carpets and rugs at home. Although it's extremely easy to use, it's actually very effective, thanks to the advanced chemistry technology that EnviroKlenz uses. It's fragrance-free and non-toxic and doesn't use any masking agents, either. Simply sprinkle it onto your carpet, wait for 20 minutes, and vacuum it - easy peasy!

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Check for radon in your home.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), around 1 in every 15 American homes has an elevated radon level, which could bring about lung cancer. Radon gas is a silent, invisible, and odorless gas that can only be detected through tests but can be found in a lot of American homes. Fortunately, it is now possible to test homes for radon through battery-powered detectors.


The Airthings Wave - Smart Radon Detector can monitor radon gas in real-time all year round, so you can monitor any fluctuations and minimize any risks to your family's health. It is easy to connect to via Bluetooth and to access via the Airthings app, and even comes with temperature and humidity sensors.

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Fix leaks as soon as possible.

You may think that leaks aren't that big of a deal, so you put off fixing them until you find the time. However, humidity and rain can raise indoor moisture and result in mildew and mold, both of which aren't good for your family's health. In fact, mere dampness alone could already result in coughing and wheezing and even trigger asthma.

As such, it would be important to check your basement, roof, and foundations on a regular basis so you can catch any moisture problems and prevent any leaks before they arise in the first place.

Use HVAC filters.

If you use an air conditioner quite often, make sure you clean it regularly. Even better, use HVAC filters to ensure cleaner air at home. An HVAC filter can trap bacteria and particles like pet dander and dust to keep your vents free of debris.


EnviroKlenz HVAC filters are made with special earth mineral technology that gets rid of any harmful compounds that might trigger any allergies. It doesn't use carbon or release unwanted chemicals into the environment, either, making it an eco-friendly choice at the same time.

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Ventilate your home.

With so many things going on in your house every day - from cooking to washing to cleaning - it is only normal for water vapor to accumulate inside. As mentioned earlier, moisture in the home is not a good thing. This is why it is important to ventilate your home.

Some things you can do to ventilate your home are: run the exhaust fans in the bathrooms, ensure that the vents release air outdoors and not indoors, fix any leaks, and remove any mold growth or damage as soon as you spot it.

Invest in an air purifier.

Air purifiers can help rid the indoor air of tiny airborne particles and reduce indoor pollution. Those with HEPA filters, for instance, are able to trap pet dander, dust, and other allergens to keep allergies at bay.


The EnviroKlenz Mobile UV Model uses HEPA filters and has even been independently tested to prove that it can remove 99.9 percent of viruses and bacteria from indoor air. Thanks to its military-grade EnviroKlenz Technology, it can also get rid of unwanted odors, pathogens, and chemicals in your home. Since it has a four-speed blower that ensures quiet yet efficient airflow, you won't have to worry about it disrupting your activities at home, either. In fact, you can use it even while you sleep.

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