Does the smell of cooking odor linger indoor?
This could be a sign your home isn’t getting as much fresh air as it needs.
Homes today seal out the elements for energy efficiency can also sealin
odors and pollutants. That means you could be breathing in a lot more than air.
Plus, there could be more carbon dioxide in your home than in outside air,
making you feel sleepy and sluggish. You wouldn’t drink used water; why breathe
What you can do:
-Ventilate your home or office. Odors will
remain locked inside your home unless you air them out. Open windows on
opposite sides of the house to generate an air flow. An exhaust fan will help. -Wipe down oil and food spatter thoroughly
after cooking. -Good air purifier with a HEPA filter can reduce
cooking odor indoor.