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1 minute ago, JimmyJ said:

Except this is happening when outside the PM2.5 is lower.

So it would seem something indoors is causing it.

 

Room ac unit. I checked and the filters are clean.

 

 

Yes, agree. Contaminating air is entering the room.  I recall staying in certain hotels where restaurant kitchen odors wafted into my room early in the morning, when it’s staff lit up the stoves in preparation for breakfast service. But if you don’t detect such smells, it might originate elsewhere in the building. 

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On 2/19/2020 at 12:03 PM, canthai55 said:

And what - pray tell - is your solution for the air pollution which comes into Thailand from other countries ?

Invasion ? A stern "Don't do that ! "

Most air pollution is invasive from neighboring countries.

There is no simple answer ...

Well Thailand could start to impound every vehicle that bellows out black smoke, which much be in the millions...could stop all that crop burning stuff also, maybe then the invasive pollution wouldn't be noticed so much

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4 hours ago, JimmyJ said:

Except this is happening when outside the PM2.5 is lower.

So it would seem something indoors is causing it.

 

Room ac unit. I checked and the filters are clean.

 

 

I have pm2.5 sensor on my desk, in my "study".  When my wife is doing a stir fry or a roast is in the oven, the readings go through the roof!  like 200-300.  And that's through my door, hallway & kitchen door, with good extractor fan above the cooker.

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On 2/18/2020 at 11:32 PM, Tracyb said:

I just laughed so hard that I peed my pants.

Was that your little contribution to help resolve the problem?  A bit close to home wasn't it?

'nuf sed.

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