How to Make Your Indoor Air Cleaner this Summer
This summer has gotten off to a hot start, meaning the temperatures are often too high to consider opening the screen door or windows to let the summer breeze in—which can serve as a natural air cleaner.
Instead, we’ve been sentenced to staying indoors and running the air conditioner full blast. While this isn’t so great for our utility bills, it is even worse for your indoor air quality. Find out how you can make your indoor air cleaner this summer with these five tips.