How To Improve Your Air Quality At Home

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a guide to indoor air quality

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Don’t buy this furniture

According to the Center for Environmental Health, there could be all sorts of toxins hiding in your furniture. So when you’re picking out your next couch or desk, don’t just consider the aesthetic – also make sure there aren’t things like formaldehyde, flame retardants, or phthalates in it. The CEH breaks down exactly why each of the common furniture toxins are harmful, and why we don’t need them in our furniture. They also provide a list of manufacturers making furniture that doesn’t contain these additives.

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