Cleaning Technology for Home
During the last decades, we have added more and more fancy products to our cupboards. However, good for cleaning, these products are not always the best for our health. The number of patients affected by chemicals has increased with the years. This is not only because of these substances, but also because of poor ventilation at home.
Those that we consider safe places such as houses, offices or schools may not be as safe as we think. In order to prevent possible illnesses, such as asthma, cancer, and heart disease; there are some simple steps to follow. First of all, try and exchange pre-made products with home-made ones. You can use everyday’s ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, oil, and many more. You will be surprised by how many things you can do with them:
- Kitchen cleaners and sprays
- Laundry booster, softener, and detergent
- Bathroom and
- Carpet stain remover
And so much more! All of these made with natural ingredients that you always have around the house.
These will help you clear the house from harming chemicals. Another advice is to make sure to have proper ventilation at home. Whether it is in the kitchen while cooking or in the rest of the house. This will prevent mould from growing in undesired areas of your home.
Scientists from the University of Southhampton have developed a sensor that can detect the harmful pollution in your home. It only takes a few minutes, but can help you detect them at an atomic level. Once you know what is causing the troubles in your home, you can then create a plan to remove them.
Leading Cardiff carpet cleaners Vale Carpet Cleaning have welcomed the technology, brandishing it “a major landmark in cleaning technology” and hope that one day such a device can be installed in all homes.
With the current scientific advances and the hope for a cleaner environment, we can all help making our buildings healthier!