Since a kitchen is mainly used for cooking, the hygiene in the kitchen plays a non-negligible role in the health of you and your family, in addition to the selection and purchasing of raw ingredients. However, a germ-free kitchen is a really challenging job since there are always some hidden spots you tend to forget to clean. In other words, handling these places is your first priory in your annual spring cleaning as the surfaces and visible things can be fixed more easily. Continue reading How to Keep Your Kitchen Germ-Free?
Kitchen is a perfect place in home for germs to breed because there high humidity can be caused by water vapor and smoke produced during cooking of food. In such an environment, some kitchen utensils can be contaminated too due to frequent contact by family members. What’s worse, you probably forget to clean some certain parts of these appliances, which will unsurprisingly make your kitchen a germy world. Now, let’s take an inventory of the most common spots in kitchen you forget to clean in spring cleaning. Continue reading Places You Might Forget to Clean in Kitchen
Indoor air quality is a big concern since these days there are more and more pollutants that would cause harm to your health. So, how to prevent indoor air pollution? Upon hearing this question you may instantly think of buying air purifiers. This is surely true, but you can still use other ways to purify air in your home. Don’t know how to start or even where to start? Here are some useful indoor air quality tips for you. Continue reading How to Make the Air in Your Home Cleaner?
1) Alocasia macrorrhizos
Alocasia macrorrhizos, also known as Elephant Ear Taro or Giant Taro, is perceived as one of the best house plants that can remove floating dust from indoor air. But be careful that the white sap or juice inside its stem is poisonous. When taken internally, Alocasia macrorrhizos sap produces mouth and throat irritation and burning pain in the stomach. So, special attention should be taken to prevent young children mistakenly eating this plant. However, this is not one of carcinogens; Continue reading 18 Houseplants That Clean the Air