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chemical air fresheners can cause air pollution in your homeAir pollution in your home can be higher than air pollution outdoors – that’s amazing isn’t it?

One of the reasons for this is the use of toxic household cleaning products. So called air fresheners are one of the biggest culprits. They work by overpowering the scent you want to hide with a harsh blend of toxic chemicals or they coat the inner nose with a chemical to block the olfactory nerve.

There are many natural ways to keep your home fresh, such as using cut herbs, essential oils and even bicarboate of soda.

Make a promise to your health to ditch your chemical air freshener today and choose something from our natural alternatives to chemical air fresheners article.

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