6 Air-Purifying Plants for Your Home 

Adding plants that clean the air to your home can make the air better and add a natural touch to your decor. These are six great choices: 

Formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene can be removed effectively.  It likes bright, indirect light and dirt that doesn't stay soggy. Water in small amounts and let the dirt dry out between times. 

1. Spider Plant

This factory removes formaldehyde, NOx, and benzene. Because it can survive low light and sporadic watering, it requires little care. Airborne mold, benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene are eliminated. Low-to-middle light and moist soil work. 

2. Snake Plant

It cleans the air of mold germs and benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene.  Does best in low to middling light and soil that stays moist all the time. 

3. Peace Lily 

It gets rid of formaldehyde and xylene very well.  It needs filtered light and high humidity. Do not let the dirt become too wet. 

4. Boston Fern 

It can clean the air and is also used in medicine. Both formaldehyde and benzene can be cleaned up with it. This plant needs bright light and only a little watering each week. Let the soil dry out completely between waterings. 

5. Aloe Vera  

The Areca Palm is good for you because it gets rid of many toxins, like xylene and toluene. It likes bright, indirect light and dirt that doesn't stay soggy. Make sure the dirt stays wet all the time. 

6. Areca Palm

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