Can I live in the newly decorated house

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Just after the decoration, the air pollution in our room must exceed the standard several times, dozens of times, or even hundreds of times. Therefore, in the first one to two weeks, the best way is to open windows for ventilation and discharge the main indoor pollutants outdoors as soon as possible. Can we live in our newly decorated house? The following editor will give you a brief introduction, hoping to help you

how to remove formaldehyde in newly decorated houses

1. Planting green plants

planting green plants indoors is a very good method, which can not only remove formaldehyde in the room, but also decorate the room, killing two birds with one stone. So what plants can be used to remove formaldehyde

Chlorophytum comosum &mdash& mdash; Chlorophytum comosum has the function of absorbing toxic gases. Generally, there is a pot of Chlorophytum comosum in the room. The formaldehyde emitted by smoking and building materials in the air can be absorbed completely, which can purify the air and protect the human body

tiger tail orchid &mdash& mdash; Tiger tail orchid can absorb more than 80% of indoor harmful gases, has a strong ability to absorb formaldehyde, and can effectively remove sulfur dioxide, chlorine, ether, ethylene, carbon monoxide, nitrogen peroxide and other harmful substances. And tiger tailed orchid can be called a bedroom plant. Even at night, it can absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen

green pineapple &mdash& mdash; Lvluo is a large evergreen vine, which has a strong ability to purify the air. Lvluo can absorb benzene, trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, etc. in the air. Lvluo is the most suitable place for newly decorated new houses. According to the research of environmentalists, a pot of green pineapple is equivalent to an air purifier in a room of 8~10 square meters

2. Open windows for ventilation

this is the most direct and convenient method to remove formaldehyde from newly decorated houses, but it is also a very effective method. It can not only remove part of formaldehyde, but also remove some other odors of newly decorated houses, which is very helpful to help us move in as soon as possible

3. Use activated carbon

activated carbon has developed pore structure, large specific surface area (above 1500m2/g), and strong adsorption capacity. It is an indispensable material in water purifiers and drug masks. It can be seen that activated carbon has a strong ability to absorb harmful substances, so we can put an appropriate amount of activated carbon in every space of the newly decorated house to absorb formaldehyde, However, it should be noted that the activated carbon placed for about three days should be thrown away and cannot be reused

4. Chemical purification method

chemical purification method consumes formaldehyde in the air through chemical reaction; Purify the air by neutralizing formaldehyde and generating harmless substances; The other is to purify the air by blocking formaldehyde and preventing its volatilization, which is also a very good choice to remove formaldehyde

5. Purifier treatment method

use a professional formaldehyde purifier to absorb formaldehyde. You can look for qualified air purification companies to deal with it. When choosing an air purification company, you must understand whether they are qualified and not be deceived. If you are not in a hurry to move in, it is recommended to use the above method to remove formaldehyde instead of using this method

how long can the newly decorated house live?

because the newly decorated house has some decoration pollution, Xiaobian does not recommend that you move in immediately. You should use the method of removing formaldehyde in the newly decorated house introduced above after the house is decorated. First, remove formaldehyde, and then move in. Generally, it takes at least 3 months to check in. If you can, you'd better wait for half a year to check in

as for whether the newly decorated house can live, I'll introduce it here. I hope it can help you. More decoration information is available. Please look forward to it





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