Cleaner Indoor Air strives to educate medical facilities on how to create a less threatening environment for a growing number of people who report mild to serious reactions to synthetic fragrances and chemicals. These efforts do not claim to be “foolproof” nor a solution for every case. However, in many situations, these changes can help to remove some barriers keeping people from entering a building.
Of course, many medical facilities have restrictions on what cleaning products they use. However, many offices may have interest in asking staff and/or patients not to wear perfumes or fragrances, using fans and air purifiers in the restrooms instead of air fresheners and/or using alternative cleaning products when and where possible.
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