Who knew that one of the best ways to refresh the air isn't with chemical-laden spray air fresheners, but rather with a plant? The sansevieria plant is a succulent that NASA discovered could absorb more than 107 air pollutants, including carbon monoxide and nitrogen monoxide. This easy-to-grow plant can absorb up to 80% of air pollutants inside a home. Simply placing one of these succulent plants in your bathroom, for example, can help refresh the air and keep it clean.
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