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Nail Salon Air Purifiers---5 Features That It Must Have To Clean The Air

14th March 2012
Using the right air purifier to filter chemicals and particles from your air is essential. As clients and staff become more health conscious, it is one of the best things you can do for those who spend time in your salon. Here are 5 important features t... Read >
Author: Debbie

Hazardous Nail Salon Air-5 Harmful Chemicals Found in Nail Salon Air

15th July 2010
Nail salons produce beautiful nails and toenails but the products used to produce these works of art can also produce harmful air. This is because many of the products used for manicures and pedicures contain volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) that evapora... Read >
Author: Debbie

New Carpet Smell--4 Ways To Deal With Off Gassing From New Carpet

26th May 2010
If your new carpet is driving you crazy because of the fumes that it is off gassing; here are 4 ways you can deal with it effectively without tearing out the carpet. 1. Invest in several box fans that you can place in various windows. Place the fans in... Read >
Author: Debbie

Removing Paint Fumes - 3 Ways to Minimize Your Risk From Paint Fumes

14th May 2010
Paint fumes are one of the biggest culprits of polluted indoor air. In fact the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists paint as one of the top five environmental hazards. Symptoms of a sensitivity to these fumes include headaches, di... Read >
Author: Debbie

Green Painting Techniques

02nd February 2010
In our increasingly eco-conscious society, paint and paint techniques are evolving away from old, non-environmental ways and moving toward more environmentally-sensitive methods designed to minimize toxins and waste. Many consumers and contractors are... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Fine Art Studio Paint Fumes - 4 Ways to Lessen the Fumes in Your Art Studio

14th January 2010
Our lives are enriched by painters who can capture moments in time on canvas. What is not so beautiful is the smell of the paints, acrylics, solvents such as turpentine, and other powerful chemicals that are often a part of the creative process in a paint... Read >
Author: Debbie

Preserving Beauticians' Health--Top 3 Hazards to Avoid in Your Beauty Salon

05th January 2010
If you are a beautician you have the talent to cut, color, curl, highlight and design hair styles that ultimately change people's lives and how they and other feel about them. But working in a beauty salon day in and day out can potentially change your... Read >
Author: Debbie

Breathing Paint Fumes--What You Risk and 2 Solutions That Work

14th December 2009
Painting your home is a great idea as long as you are not forced to breathe the fumes day after day. Here are some answers about why paint smells, what risks it causes, and 2 solutions that can make the problem go away. What you risk depends on the pai... Read >
Author: Debbie

Water Purification Methods: The Role of Distilled Water In Our Society Today

07th July 2009
Your body consists of more than 70% water, which just goes to show that drinking safe water is essential for your body to function normally. However, there are issues about how safe the water that comes out of your faucet is, especially with pollution and... Read >
Author: joalesto
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