Kids And Chemicals in Your Home(Indoor Air pollution)

Re: Kids And Chemicals in Your Home(Indoor Air pollution)

Postby jake on 20 Nov 2012, 14:03

The chemical formaldehyde is common in pressed-wood furniture as well as permanently pressed drapes and clothes. Children are particularly vulnerable to respiratory irritation from formaldehyde fumes. Because new products give off stronger emissions, consider purchasing floor models. Air out new furniture and wash drapes before bringing them indoors. :!:
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Re: Kids And Chemicals in Your Home(Indoor Air pollution)

Postby Danielle on 20 Nov 2012, 14:09

Air fresheners may cause breathing difficulties and headaches for some people. In a study, nearly one-third of people with asthma said they had breathing problems when exposed to air fresheners. Instead, use natural herbs like rosemary, basil, or mint and good ventilation to freshen air. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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