The sources of indoor air pollution are countless, including:
Dust and allergens: Tiny particles that can trigger allergies, asthma, and other respiratory issues.
Pet dander: Harmful microscopic particles that come from your pets' skin, saliva, and urine.
Cooking fumes: Harmful gasses and particles that can come from cooking, especially if you use gas stoves.
Smoke: Whether from cigarettes, candles, or fireplaces, smoke can contain harmful chemicals that can damage your lungs and cause cancer.
Mold and mildew: These fungi thrive in damp and humid environments and can cause allergies and respiratory problems.
Chemicals and odors: Harmful chemicals and odors from cleaning products, air fresheners, and other household items can pollute your indoor air.