Air Conditioning Tip from AC Express
Best Plants for Improving Indoor Air Quality
Household plants do more than just beautify our homes. They also play an integral part in purifying the indoor air. Believe it or not, indoor air is usually much more polluted than outdoor air. This is mainly due to the purpose of keeping in the air conditioning and heat, which in turn traps airborne toxins and pollutants.
Some of the best indoor plants to own for the purpose of air purification are listed here.
Filters Formaldehyde, Benzene and Trichloroethylene. It also filtrates Toluene and Xylene.
Reduces airborne fecal matter particles and filtrates Formaldehyde.
This flowering plant does best in cooler conditiongs (60-65 degrees) and filtrates formaldehyde.
A bright light loving plant which filtrates Benzene.
Filtrates Formaldehyde and Benzene.
This pet-safe, resilient house plant filtrates Benzene, Formaldehyde, Carbon Monoxide and Xylene.
Thriving in low-light, humid conditions, this plant filtrates Formaldehyde.
Filtrates Trichloroethylene and Benzene.
-Golden Potnos/Devil's Ivy
Filtrates Formaldehyde. This plants remains green even when kept in the dark.
Best at filtrating Benzene, Trichloroethylene, and Formaldehyde, this plant thrives in shady indoor places.
Filtrates Xylene, Trichloroethylene and Formaldehyde. This indoor plant has the potential to become very tall.
More commonly known as a ficus, this tricky plant filtrates Benzene, Formaldehyde and Trichloroethylene.
This easy to care for plant filtrates airborne pollutants and increases filtration over time.
Although toxic if eaten, this plant filtrates Benzene, Trichloroethylene and Formaldehyde.
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