ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A GOOD EXCUSE TO AVOID HOUSEWORK?Rick Rock
Well here it is:
Cleaning your house increases indoor air pollution. Researchers found that normal cleaning activities -- dry dusting, vacuuming, making the
bed, folding clothes, and folding blankets --sent significant amounts of small-particle pollution into the air. So did normal activities
such as simply walking around the house and sitting on the furniture.
Source: Environmental Science and Technology, a research journal.
Let's face it, sooner or later we have to do the housework. Consumer reports has some ideas on how to avoid indoor air pollution