22 Ways To Clean Indoor Air Naturally

By Khrystyana Kirton
Edited by Stephanie Dawson
Reviewed by Nima Shei MD

According to The American Lung Association, the indoor air quality of one’s home could be 2-­5 times worse than the air outdoors, thanks to a study done by the EPA! That is pretty scary considering some reports say we spend 90% of our time indoors. So, there are a few strategies that the EPA recommends for reducing indoor air pollution, controlling sources of pollution, ventilating adequately and cleaning indoor air.

If your writing space smells a bit funky, like a gym locker room, here are some tips to lose the smell, dust and nasty air.



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