How To Reduce VOCs in Your Home
Addressing indoor air quality is unfortunately not as easy as simply changing you air filter every few months. The air inside your home is complex. Learn how to protect yourself and loved ones from VOC’s in many different ways.
Chemicals enter our environments in many different ways through the products we use, our foods, cosmetics and medicines, things we are exposed to outside our home, and of course where we live. Since we are constantly breathing and inhaling whatever is in our immediate environment through the air, it is important for us to take care of our air and personal environment.
Any harmful chemical that enters our personal environment and airspace should be addressed and eliminated. Whether it is on a surface, your belongings, your hands, or in the air, steps should be taken to remove and eliminate them, ideally at the source.