The rising problem of both outdoor and indoor pollution is causing serious health problems. Much is known about the outdoor issues but what is causing the indoor ones and are they just as bad?
Using VOC containing paints can have an adverse effect not only on you and your human family members, but also on your much loved pets.
TV vet Dr Scott Miller has sung the praises of Little Knights paint after using it in his new veterinary practice in Richmond. And he admitted he was so impressed with the safety and quality of the new paint that he was now planning to use it for his children’s room as well.
Has your child started becoming sick with varying different symptoms but you are not sure why? The cause for this may be closer to home than you realise.
As much as you may want to encourage a budding little Michelangelo, if their artistic efforts have strayed from paper to your beautiful paint work then you aren’t going to be quite so pleased. Here are a couple of quick and effective techniques to remove crayon and marker pen off your walls.
With the better weather on its way, it is common for homeowners to start thinking about a spring clean. One aspect of the home that should be given the once over are the walls – however this is a skill in itself. See our handy step-by-step guide for tips and advice.
While mildew is more than just unsightly, it is also a health risk, especially if you have allergies or asthma...
Recent research shows that paint fumes from even natural, low-VOC water-based paints can be harmful for children and increase the risk of asthma and allergies.