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Curating a beautiful nursery is a fun step on the pregnancy journey. The nursery is likely where your baby will spend the majority of their first year. Learn some top tips for creating a nursery that is safe and comfortable for your baby.

There’s something in the air

The nursery is a sanctuary from the outside world however it turns out that air pollution isn’t just a problem outside, it’s a problem inside too. In fact, the average home can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. 1

There can be a number of sources of pollutants indoors.

The ‘fresh’ air we let in can contain pollutants such as tree pollen. These can then become trapped inside along with dust and mould.

Some synthetic carpets, rugs and flooring can emit formaldehyde and volatile organic compounds throughout their life.

If your house was built before the 1980’s it is possible the room you intend using as the nursery has lead based paint on the walls (possibly even painted over).

In addition, your favourite cleaning products, scented candle may contain chemical substances that release benzene and formaldehyde into the air as they are used.

Clear the air

Dyson

The team at Dyson understand how important it is to help support a clean home, so they created the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ purifier fan heater.

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ purifier fan heater uses a 360° Glass HEPA filter, that traps gases and 99.95% of fine particles such as allergens and pollutants from the air2  and distributing cleaner air around the room. It provides purification all year round and heating and fan cooling so you can keep the nursery at an optimal and consistent temperature.

A calm environment

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ purifier fan heater has a night-time function, which utilises only the machine’s quietest settings, so as not to disturb baby’s sleep however some parents find the normal operation functions well as ‘white noise’.

You can monitor the quality of air and room temperature from the Dyson Link app3  so you don’t need to go in and disturb baby’s sleep.

 

¹ Supported by data from the Centre of Australian Weather and Climate Research.

2 Particle capture tested to EN1822. Gaseous capture tested to JEM 1467 (acetic acid, acetaldehyde, ammonia) and GB/T18801 (formaldehyde, benzene) and DTM-003282 (NO2). Gaseous capture rates vary.

3 App functionality may vary by location. Requires WiFi and app enabled device. Standard data and messaging rates may apply.

 

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