March 5 ‘2022
A few steps to improve the indoor microclimate
Indoor air quality
The biggest source of chronic exposure to chemicals comes from the air inside our homes. These chemicals and irritants can cause asthma, allergies and lung cancer. Simple steps can help improve air quality:
* Natural dyes contain water, vegetable oils, natural latex, milk casein, essential oils, natural minerals such as clay and lime. They are completely harmless, do not cause allergies, have no unpleasant odor and are gentle on nature. They also allow the pores on the wall to continue to filter the air.
* Wooden floors and furniture can be covered with plant-based oils – a healthy, durable and beautiful alternative to strong varnishes. This way you can apply immediately after plastering and do not risk breathing harmful emissions for years to come.
* Preference is given to flooring and furniture made of real wood, which has not been treated with toxic varnishes and pesticides against wood eaters.
* Tiles, wooden floors and parquet are considered harmless and are certainly preferable.
* The use of thermal insulation of natural materials for walls, floors and roofs, which preserve the effect of “breathing” (filtration), help prevent the appearance of mold and mildew.