Our insulated homes make keeping cold or warm air in easier, but it also makes it easier for air pollutants to stay in.
There are many potentially toxic materials in our homes like: many types of glue, adhesives, carpets, chemicals like formaldehyde, paint, and others that we breathe every day.
You may have also just bought furniture from a hotel outlet, a furniture reseller, or a hotel furniture surplus store and it smells…just a little weird.
But do not worry. We are giving you three different plants that are great for filtering your air naturally and to make your home smell a little bit fresher.
The English Ivy spreads easily, so it works very well in pots. It’s especially good for eliminating airborne fecal matter particles. It is also good for soaking up second-hand smoke to purify areas.
Golden Pothos is to be considered one of the most effective choices for eliminating formaldehyde by NASA. This plant is also hard to kill, so it’s considered to be a starter plant.
The Boston Fern is a great natural air humidifier. This fern can get large so make sure you have a lot of room.
There you have it. If you want fresher air in your home and don’t want to spend a ton of money on appliances making that happen, then trust what NASA uses and get some new plants.