Personal tools
log in | join | help
Sections

How can I identify the source of VOC's in my bedroom and get rid of the chemicals? I already have an air purifier. Thanks!

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 19, 2013 01:00 AM
Editorial Rating: 1 2 3 4 5
Average Rating: 1 2 3 4 5 ( 0 votes)
by last modified Dec 18, 2013

I just moved into a new apartment with brand new living, dining, and bedroom furniture. I have already replaced my bedroom furniture once except for my mattress. My house seems to always be dusty no matter how much I clean and vacuum. I simply can't identify what the problem is. I just feel like my whole apartment makes me sick. Lastly, is polyurethane toxic? I realized this is material my mattress is made from. I'm just not sure what my next step should be since I've already purchased an air purifier, had the front office clean the air coils, and have placed a filter cloth over my bedroom vent. Any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!




 

 

I just moved into a new apartment with brand new living, dining, and bedroom furniture. I have already replaced my bedroom furniture once except for my mattress. My house seems to always be dusty no matter how much I clean and vacuum. I simply can't identify what the problem is. I just feel like my whole apartment makes me sick. Lastly, is polyurethane toxic? I realized this is material my mattress is made from. I'm just not sure what my next step should be since I've already purchased an air purifier, had the front office clean the air coils, and have placed a filter cloth over my bedroom vent. Any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!

Well, the first thing I'm noting is you moved into an apartment. It's not owned by you and the types of products and building maintenance can vary widely. The dust...


 

 

 
 
 

Website migration, maintenance and customization provided by Grafware.