We are all aware that regularly cleaning indoor surfaces is an important part of a keeping a healthy indoor environment, but what about cleaning the air we breathe?
It's easy to think of pollution as a problem that just exists outdoors, yet it's the same air containing traces of airborne pollen, and other pollutants that find its way inside our homes, offices and other enclosed spaces.
To add to this, dust, pet dander, chemicals and other allergens are common pollutants already found indoors. In fact due to lack of circulation, indoor air can be five times as polluted as outdoor air!
With air quality becoming an increasing concern, finding ways to purify the air we breathe is more important than ever for overall health and well being.