Cleaning products are an absolute necessity for keeping spaces free from contaminants. The same products that clean, may also use toxic or harmful chemicals that cause their own issues.
The chemicals used may linger in the air and cause physical irritation. Those with health issues such as asthma or other respiratory illnesses may suffer a reaction to the presence of chemicals in the air.
Cleaning products that only use non-toxic, natural properties have been on the rise for years. They are ...
Disinfecting Electronics to Avoid COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says transmission of COVID-19 occurs much more commonly through respiratory droplets than through physical objects. Your best precaution is to wash your hands and avoid close contact with people who are sick. In addition, they also state that current evidence suggests novel COVID-19 may remain active for hours or days on all surfaces. Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces regularly is the best practice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 ...
Being together in one home is what families are all about. However, with so much time being spent indoors, the chances of an accident occurring become greater. Children and older adults are especially vulnerable in terms of becoming injured due to the many hazards that may be present inside the home.
A home is a place where several hazards may exist. Identifying such issues means recognizing the following potential hazards in the home which may include the following.
Lead-based paintWater leaksElectrical issues Mold ...
The warm months of summer make the perfect breeding environment for mold. The combination of rain, humidity, and heat creates the perfect place for mold to grow. Solutions exist to slow or prevent the growth of mold inside your home.
Reduce Humidity to Avoid Mold
This means that all activities in your home that generate increased moisture in the air need to be reduced. From cooking to showering to running the dishwasher, you’ll want to properly ventilate all areas of the home that generate moisture. By keeping ...
Many homeowners or renters will eventually have to deal with mold in their lifetimes. Mold grows where there is little light, but plenty of moisture, making bathrooms, basements, cellars, north-facing outdoor spaces, etc. very likely to develop mold growth. External walls, sidewalks, and even furniture can develop mold. If you have a mold and/or mildew infestation, either inside or outside, there are some steps that you can take in order to prevent that mold from spreading and to prevent it from ...