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4 Ways to Purify the Air in Your Home

The average American spends 93% of their time indoors and with new COVID health precautions, chances are that percentage has been a lot higher lately. And health and safety are at the forefront of our minds. So how do we keep the air inside our home clean since we’re spending so much time there? 

Activated Charcoal

Originally used in gas masks to protect soldiers in WWI, activated charcoal serves as a great air purifier. It absorbs gases and moisture from the air to protect your family from both toxic gas and potential mold development. This fairly inexpensive product is a great resource for clean air and typically lasts for an entire month.

Indoor Plants

Decorative and effective indoor plants can remove dangerous pollutants from your home. We recommend Golden Pothos which removes benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, carbon monoxide, and xylene from the air and was even tested by NASA to create an air-purifying system for their spacecraft.

Cleaning More Often

Cleaning, in particular, vacuuming, is a great way to reduce air pollutants in your home. Carpets hold onto toxins very easily and with all the foot traffic they experience, it’s no surprise that they collect an impressive amount of pollutants. In an effort to purify your air we recommend you clean, clean, clean!

The Reme Halo

The Reme Halo is an in-duct air purifier that distributes hydro-peroxide plasma throughout the home. By introducing this product into your air conditioning system, you can kill up to 99% of bacteria, mold, and viruses. This is a great way to keep you and your family, safe and healthy during these uncertain times.

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