How To: Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in Winter

How To: Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in Winter

Sarah Coffey
Jan 9, 2009

One of the best ways to improve your indoor air quality is the simplest: open the windows. But what if it's 2 degrees outside? National Geographic's Green Guide has some tips for getting rid of the pollutants that pile up indoors during the winter (without catching a cold in the process)...

posted originally from: AT:Chicago

According to NG, the best way to clear the air is to clean regularly with green cleaners. For step-by-step tips on cleaning to minimize airborne pollutants and allergens, see this post. Other suggestions from NG are ones we've blogged before: use a HEPA vacuum, don't wear shoes in the house, run ventilation fans, and use an air filter indoors. To read the full article from the NG Green Guide, click here.

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