Steps to Make a Healthy House
Many new parents are focused on making a safe environment for their newborns. They know indoor air can be two to five times more polluted with toxic chemicals than outdoor air.
This handy website will make understanding your risks and making changes easy.
Start in your kitchen with your cookware and containers, then move into your cabinets and fridge, but don’t overlook your water. In your bathroom, assess your cleaning products, personal care items, and even the shower curtain. In your daily living spaces, there are more minor and major changes to consider. Everything from leaving your shoes at the door to minimize tracking in pesticides and herbicides from outside, to the chemical coating on your furniture. As well as hidden dangers like lead paint, VOC paints, and ventilation.