Cleaning the air can be difficult when you’re dealing with a polluted environment.
But with a bit of luck, you can help the environment by taking the steps necessary to remove pollutants, according to the Clean Air Australia website.
The website outlines the best way to do this and what you need to do to get started.
Here are some of the most common things you should do to remove contaminants from your environment.
Remove dust from the air.
You don’t need to spray the air with water to remove dust.
Just blow the dust out of the air by wiping it off with a damp cloth and then wiping the cloth again with a clean rag.
Clean up any debris or rubbish that may be left behind by a household or business.
The cleaner your house and business, the cleaner the air will be.
Use a vacuum cleaner to sweep and clean anything that is left behind.
Use an electric drill to remove any debris and other debris that may still be in the air, like dust.
Remove paint from walls and ceilings.
Using a paint brush and a hammer can remove paint from the walls and ceiling of your home.
A vacuum cleaner will also help remove paint.
Remove any debris from your vehicle, truck, boat or other moving object.
A dust mask or a dust bucket can also help.
Use any air conditioner to keep your home and office cool.
It can help to add a fan or ventilator to your home or office, as it will cool down the air more quickly.
Add fresh air into your home by using a fan, air condition or air-conditioning machine.
Use natural light in your home to increase your visibility.
Natural light can help reduce dust, which can help clear out your home of particles that can damage your health.
Remove harmful odours from your home, workplace or office.
A filter or other product can help you remove harmful odour from your workplace, workplace, or home.
Use air fresheners to remove odour that may accumulate in your office, home or anywhere else in your life.
Remove air-sucking plants or insects from your office.
Use candles or incense to help reduce odour in your workplace or home or wherever you are.
Reduce your carbon footprint by using natural lighting in your house or office or by installing a fan in your workspace.
Take an electric shower or shower gel to reduce odours and other odours in your bedroom or bathroom.
Take a short shower before bed to remove mould, pollen, dust and other allergens that can build up in your skin.
Remove unwanted odours that are causing an increase in health issues such as asthma, allergies and eczema.
Install a self-cleaning vacuum cleaner or use an electric dust filter to remove air pollution.
Install an air-tight door and window screen.
Install the air-saving ventilators that are recommended in the Environmental Protection Authority’s guidelines.
Install dust filters on windows to remove airborne particulates.
Install duct tape to seal windows, doors, doors and vents.
Use plastic or rubber-covered brushes to remove mold from your carpets and floorboards.
Remove mould, dust, pollen and other dirt and debris from walls, floors, walls, ceilings and other surfaces of your building.
Remove dead plants from your building or house.
Add natural light to your room by installing natural light curtains.
Add a fan to your TV or projector to reduce motion sickness.
Install air conditioning units to reduce air pollution in your room.
Remove toxic odours such as mould, mould spores, dust mites and other airborne contaminants from the room.
Replace or replace carpeting.
Add more natural light and/or ventilation to your bedroom to improve your visibility in your bathroom or other rooms of your residence.
Install carpeting to protect your windows and doors against dust and odour.
Install curtains to reduce dust and mould.
Remove mold spores from carpets.
Install flooring or tile to improve visibility in outdoor spaces.
Install new carpeting or flooring tiles.
Install outdoor lighting to reduce pollution in outdoor areas.
Remove or remove mould spores from furniture.
Install or remove dust mite-free flooring in your living room or bathroom, or add dust-absorbing tiles to your walls and floors.
Install and maintain a dust mask to protect you and your family from airborne dust molds.
Install automatic dust filters in your bathrooms or other spaces to reduce your exposure to airborne dust.
Remove odours or mould from your indoor plumbing system, such as showerheads, toilets and water fountains