How to Protect Your Family from the Dangers of Formaldehyde

Did you know that formaldehyde is the number one toxin found in indoor air?

I didn’t until some time ago.

But even then I wondered, “What exactly is formaldehyde and what damage can it do?”

I did a little digging and found out a good deal of information on the topic.

I’m sharing some of my findings with you over at Keeper of the Home:

How to Protect Your Family from the Dangers of Formaldehyde

This post took me forever to write! I hope you’ll read it 🙂

Or, at least skim it.

Bookmark it?

I’m kidding.

(Sort of.)

There are some great tips in the comments, too. Don’t forget to check those out.

Read the post here.

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Stacy Karen

Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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  1. Thank you for this very informative article! We are in the middle of a kitchen remodel, with lots of wood, particle board, insulation, etc., stacked all over the kitchen/living room area. My middle son appears to be having a mild allergic reaction but, interestingly, not my older son who has seasonal allergies. Different things affect different people! I appreciate being reminded to open the windows more especially since I live in the cold and wet Northwest. Thanks for bringing this to our attention! Take care – Kate