When thinking about green living room is very important to take account of your indoor air for health improvement and this can be achieved by purifying houseplants. Different types of indoor plants most suitable for cleaning indoor air of harmful chemical elements such as formaldehyde, benzene and carbon monoxide.
Formaldehyde is found in almost every type of indoor environment. Some of the main sources of formaldehyde are insulating materials and pressed wood products used in furniture production. It is used in common consumer products such as tissues, paper towels, shopping bags and wax paper.
Many household products containing formaldehyde, along with a floor adhesives, permanent press clothing and carpet backing. gas, kerosene, and cigarette smoke release formaldehyde fumes. The good news is that you can of course use formaldehyde houseplants clean the air.
Adding houseplants to your home or workspace can help to combat the unhealthy effects of formaldehyde, such as irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, headache and allergic contact dermatitis.