Cleaning Fumes Linger a Long Time in Your Home — and Cracking a Window Doesn’t Help
The researchers took initial measurements of 19 different airborne chemicals and then threw open the windows. When the breeze was blowing through, concentrations of all chemicals dropped. But when they closed the windows, it took a maximum of about 55 minutes for the chemicals to reappear at basically the same levels.
Date Published: February 20, 2020
Author: Leslie Nemo