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Solutions For Indoor Air Pollution To Make Indoor Air Safer During COVID Pandemic

What we breathe in decides our life for years to come. Unfortunately, our generation is not as lucky as when we were kids. Now we are stuck with breathing in air saturated with toxins. Coming to think of it, we are constantly surrounded by toxic impurities within the safety of our homes as well as outside. The mounting pollution and the indoor air pollution images introduce us to a scary reality, which we cannot just deny. Yes! We have to live with it and that’s the reality. The situation is worse because of the pandemic and its several waves of new variants. While getting rid of the pollution outside is not in our hands, we can still make indoor air safer during the pandemic. Hence we are sharing a few solutions for indoor air pollution. But first things first, let’s get to the root issues.

Solutions for indoor air pollution

What are indoor air pollutants?

Recently a shocking report regarding the plummeting air quality in New Delhi surfaced. According to the report, the levels of PM2.5, the lung-damaging pollutant, are dangerously high in and around Delhi, making the capital city one of the World’s most polluted capitals.
The deteriorating air quality is a matter of concern in every part of India and the world at large. To know more and find solutions for indoor air pollution, we need to know what indoor air pollutants are?

With the pandemic around, polluted air is all the more a threat as the possibility of breathing issues is more. Hence, it is imperative to work on the root cause and make the air safer. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, there are 5 major types of air pollutants – Volatile organic compounds, Excess moisture, Radon, Combustion products, and Tobacco Smoke. With a conscious effort to change our lifestyle, we can find easy solutions to combat indoor air pollution.

Solutions for indoor air pollution

1. Indoor air purifier plants

Embellish the indoors with soothing greens. Indoor air purifier plants are one of the cheapest solutions to indoor air pollution.

Solutions for indoor air pollution - indoor plants

The plants like Areca palms, money plants, peace lily, etc are some of the easy and time-saving options that fall within our budget. Nonetheless, we cannot solely depend on them to keep the air pure because with the level of pollution we are exposed to, the purification by these plants might not suffice.

2. Change AC filters

Air conditioners not only help in maintaining the air temperature, they also filter out the common air pollutants. But since they function by rotating the air within the room, the filters will be blocked after a while. This in turn affects the air quality. Hence make sure to clean your AC filters frequently.

Cleaning AC filter

3. Clean your rugs and carpets

Weekly cleaning of carpets and rugs is important to keep the air clean. Carpets lock in dust particles and in turn act as air filters. To make it effective, you have to clean it regularly.

4. Clean the air ducts and air filters

AC filters are not the only ones that need regular cleaning. Air filters in appliances like vacuum cleaners and also air ducts in the rooms especially the kitchen also need to be cleaned regularly.

5. Use air purifiers / ionisers

However you try to maintain all the aforementioned tips, it is still necessary to have an air purifier / ioniser at home. You are ready to spend thousands on entertainment gadgets then why not for your own safety? Burge electronics have launched the ion Dome which is an air ioniser and virus neutraliser. Burge, a subsidiary of Dhoot Transmission, was established in 2020 when the pandemic hit and isolated us within four walls.

Their sole aim is to ensure the health and wellness of the people and the ion Dome is here to make indoor air safe during the COVID pandemic. Burge ion Dome is an ICMR lab-certified product that helps in removing viruses, allergens, and all sorts of air pollutants. It removes 99.97% of air pollutants including the variants of COVID 19 in 6 minutes.

Burge ion Dome

The highlight of the product is that it neutralizes microorganisms that are both suspended in the air and found on the surface. Thus they ensure safe space in private and public environments. This pretty much explains their motto #BreathPureStayHealthy.

#BreathPureStayHealthy

The motto of Burge ion Dome is the aptest as they ensure that you breathe pure air and this stays healthy always. It is a plug-and-play device that is easy to use and doesn’t generate any ozone and also reduces odour and smoke. It also eradicates fungus and mold
by reducing the humidity. With 1 year warranty and 24*7 customer support, you can ensure the safety of your family for good.

Solutions for indoor air pollution - happy family

To know more watch the video

It is better to have an ounce of prevention than tons of care. The solutions for indoor air pollution that we have suggested are your best bet for a healthy tomorrow. Follow them to make indoor air safe during the COVID pandemic and also remain safe and healthy. This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla

48 thoughts on “Solutions For Indoor Air Pollution To Make Indoor Air Safer During COVID Pandemic”

  1. I just checked this product but looks like it is available in India. I will let me relatives know about it. We all crave for fresh air. This will be a good addition.

  2. These are great tips to control indoor pollution. I believe indoor plants can offer great help. the product you have shared is looking promising. will check their website to know more.

    1. I liked your article cause this is exactly what we follow indoors, I gave a pat to myself knowing our indoor is pollution free.

    1. Air quality is really bad in Delhi and nearby regions. This product will sure help in purifying the air. And no doubt in it that plants are the real life savers.
      For living a good life we need to maintain a proper hygeine and cleanliness.

  3. Indoor plants are the best way to purify the air. The Ion Dome you write about looks very interesting too. Let me check it out. A very helpful post, more so we are all still indoors most of the time.

  4. I have read somewhere that Indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air. these are great pointers that you have shared like I keep air-purifying plants and we also use an indooor air Purifier

  5. Yes airpurifiers are a must and to create awareness for them equally important. I shall pass on your suggestion and review for the product to friends and family who are looking to buy one as it is quite detailed and helpful.

  6. I am a great fan of gardening but whenever I tried to add some plant in my indoor it failed to survive and that is why I stopped keeping inside. But Yes my small garden is full of greenary

  7. plants indeed purify the indoor air. But I feel there is a need to take further steps to purify indoor air. Ion dome is something I would surely want to try.

  8. Thank you for these amazing tips. We should pay attention to the indoor air pollution as well because it is also responsible for many diseases. I have indoor plants at home and would try this product too.

  9. Indoor air pollution can be dangerous. It’s good to know that we can easily handle it without regular cleaning and dusting at home. The product seems very helpful.

  10. Very honestly, I didn’t think I’d like this post as much as I did! Brilliant post, and very concise too. I have been looking for indoor plants for a while and your post has given me the best possible suggestions. Thank you so much!

  11. A very important post. Burge Ion Dome looks like a good product and a necessity in these times. We usually don’t realize how important it is to keep the indoor air clean.

  12. I found your post very interesting, as I have faced this issue in quite a few offices. I guess the only answer is good air and proper arrangements within the building. But till then, I do use some essential oils to remain immune.

  13. Really great tips for controlling indoor air pollution. Plants work the best and if we concentrate on planting more trees even outdoors even the outdoor pollution can be controlled.

  14. A very informative post. This is a common misconception that keeping the doors closed would be safer in times of the pandemic. In fact, it is more damaging. I will surely check out Burge ion Dome.

  15. Living in NCR for a while, I can surely relate to this topic of Pollution and I already got almost 5 indoor plants in every room of my home. It’s the most natural possible solution, however is now proving insufficient forcing me to go for an air purifier. Going to check out more about the Burge Ion dome.

  16. Not many people take indoor air pollution seriously but the situation inside our homes is as scary as outside. Thanks for sharing all these helpful tips to make indoor air safer. Ion Dome sounds like a promising product as it not only cleans the air but also neutralizes microorganisms that are found on the surfaces. I am definitely checking it out.

  17. This is a great article- I myself have invested in an air purifier for the same. It’s important for us to take as many measures as we can to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic.

  18. I stay in Delhi NCR and following these tips is a must for a healthy lifestyle. Adding plants to our home for decor as well as clean air is my favorite too. I wasn’t aware of this brand, will definitely check it out 🙂

  19. We have air purifying indoor plants as of now, We do clean AC air filters frequently. Haven’t thought of Air purifyers yet but, I think- We will check for the product you habve mentioned here, May be it’s time get a air purifyer.

  20. All these are equally important and they really help in making indoor aur fresh and good. If u don’t have ac that’s different but changing AC filters is also a big factor.

  21. I was not aware of this Ion Dome product. Had only heard of air purifiers earlier, which I personally felt didnt do much. I agree that the correct plans help purify the air and increase oxygen levels and I have many of them scattered across my apartment. I frequent make cuttings and even put them in the bathrooms or share with friends.

  22. In the time of pandemic when we have to stay home for longer time so it’s important to take care of indoor purification. I’m using all these things in my house. Thanks for sharing 😘

  23. Great indoor purification tips! Ionizers are a great help in making sure your home is not only visually clean but virus free as well. Nothing beats having the peace of mind that your family is safe from the safety of your own home.

  24. Yes, if we want a fruitful life then we need to concentrate on the quality of air we breathe in. Liked all the suggestions and happy to share that I do it all. Good to know about Burge ionizer.

  25. I’ve always been very keen when it comes to indoor air pollution I always make sure that no Indore pure air is there inside house because we have small baby and we do not risk our life with the air pollution at all

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