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Healthy Air Guide by Sew-Creative

Updated: Aug 25, 2019

Breathing clean air, whether in home, office or car is crucial, and often easier to effect and manage than many people think. The importance of maintaining clean air in these places is critical not only for asthma sufferers and those with other breathing problems but also for young and elderly alike on a daily basis.



Clean Air Matters

During smoke season or in heavily polluted areas, especially when air quality deteriorates during, the need for clean air inside becomes even more critical for everyone as it can cause problems such as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, headaches and more. Read on for tips and insights on how to keep your Indoor Air as healthy as possible for everyone.


Start with a solid and CLEAN foundation:

Whether it’s your office, your living room or the baby’s bedroom maintain clean indoor air begins with keeping your floors clean. If you have carpet be sure to deep clean them twice a year. Be sure to pay attention to the manufacturer’s recommendations as well as properly maintaining your cleaning equipment for the most effective results.


Vacuum Often and the Right Way:

  1. In a household with allergy sufferers and pets be sure to vacuum often. In a heavy traffic household, it is recommended the main areas of the home receive two vacuum passes a day, at minimum. Always vacuum your hard surface floors before using a wet mop to remove the allergens and dirt instead of pushing them across the floor. Entry way mats should be vacuumed a minimum of once a day and deep cleaned once a week. Use the proper setting when vacuuming carpet. And, for most efficient particulate removal always empty your canister or change your vacuum bag when it is halfway full.

For more tips and information on maintaining the best air for your indoor spaces download your own copy of the Healthy Air Guide by Sew-Creative by clicking HERE.



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