1. Bamboo Palm
As proven in numerous studies conducted by NASA, bamboo palm removes formaldehyde and it also provides the effect of natural humidifier. This plant should be kept in the semi-sun area in your home, and it is best developed in temperatures of 60-75 degrees, and not less than 50.
2. Snake Plant
According to NASA, snake plant absorbs nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde. You may also find it as “mother-in-law’s tongue”, and it is considered as one of the most effective plants used to filter forlamdehyde, found in cleaning products, toilet paper, tissues and products for personal care.
Experts recommend keeping one in the bathroom -- low light and humidity are excellent for its development, and at the same time it will clean out all air pollutants.