ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A GOOD EXCUSE TO AVOID HOUSEWORK?

Rick Rock
January 26, 2022

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

14 Ways to Reduce Indoor Air Pollution - Consumer Reports

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