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A Breath of Fresh Air

A Breath of Fresh Air

We're always finding new ways to clean, and new things to clean, but what about the air? Can we clean the air? Yes we can!

An increasing amount of scientific research confirms being around living plants delivers a huge number of benefits to our bodies and minds, by improving the quality of the air we breathe and lifting our sense of wellbeing.

Here are a few plants that are easy to find in New Zealand and will help to clean and purify the air in your home.

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Peace Lillies

Peace lilies improve your air quality and remove mold spores from the air. Bonus... they're also hard to kill!

 

Image: Yoeri S on Pinterest

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Snake Plant

This beauty releases oxygen at night while simultaneously taking in carbon dioxide. It's cheeky nickname is Mother-in-Laws tongue.

 

Image: Domino on Pinterest

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Orchids

Not just a pretty face. Orchids take in carbon dioxide and emit oxygen at night as well as the day.. So keep an orchid in your bedroom to improve the air while you sleep.

 

Image: Naomi W on Pinterest

We love the natural air-filtering qualities of these houseplants. They'll help to remove pollutants and mold spores from the air.

For the rest of the house that you can clean yourself, try our new Multi Surface Cleaner. It kills 99.9% of germs and will leave your fresh air with a yummy peach scent.

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The Key To Preventing Mould

The Key To Preventing Mould