There’s nothing like home sweet home. But pollutants from leftover cooking, allergens, dander, and other debris may make the air inside less than sweet.
The good news is cleaning the air in your home doesn’t just help your allergies, it may also help reduce airborne pathogens like the coronavirus.1
With so many people staying home, outdoor air pollution has decreased. During the first three weeks of lockdown, some of the world’s most polluted cities saw a 60% decrease in outdoor air pollution from the previous year.2
We’ve collected a few basic tips for improving the indoor air quality in your home during the COVID-19 pandemic and for years to come.