Top 10 houseplants for air filtration and quality
Aloe helps fight byproducts of chemical cleaners, paints and more as well as provides a healing gel for burns and scrapes. It is also very easy to maintain.
The rubber plant does its magic by emitting high levels of oxygen and battling air toxins such as formaldehyde.
This simple plant helps clear out toxins and air pollutants.
A very simple plant to maintain, the spider plant combats carbon monoxide, benzene, formaldehyde and xylene.
The peace lily is one of NASA’s top plants for killing off formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. This awesome and pretty plant can even fight off toluene and xylene.
The golden Pothos is a plant that grows at a rapid pace, even in the dark. It also fights off formaldehyde.
A triple player, the bamboo palm fights off formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene.
A great plant for the bathroom, the snake plant fights off formaldehyde, which hides out in cleaning products, personal hygiene products and more.
The English ivy is awesome for new parents and pet owners, as it reduces the amount of airborne fecal matter.
A plant that takes a bit more effort than the rest of the bunch, the weeping fig is excellent in the family room where it will fight off formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene.