Dusty Outdoors? Breathe Easy Indoors!
Breathe Easier Indoors
Avoid the potential negative effects on your health (including fatigue, headaches, and eye, nose and throat irritation) by following these EPA tips.
1.Regularly clean water traysfrom air conditioners, dehumidifiers and refrigerators, and be sure that your attic and crawl spaces are well ventilated to prevent mold, mildew and bacteria.
2.Let fresh air in by opening windowswhenever you can, and use outdoor-vented fans—especially in the bathrooms and kitchen.
3.Don't use more than one cleaning product at a timeor you could create very toxic fumes.
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