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7 Tips to Make Your Home Allergy-Free This Summer

For allergy sufferers, summer season comes with several problems like coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes. Well, we cannot control the effects of poisonous allergens that are found outside the home. But, did you know that there might be a number of allergens right in your home? Yes, they may be residing inside of your home. Let us see how we can keep allergies at bay:


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Keep Your Home Clutter-Free

It is important to keep your house clutter free because of the less clutter in your home, the less chance for harmful allergens to stick to the things. Keep all the household items well organized and remove the things that you don’t use. Image Source:- homeclick.com


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Ditch the Fabric Curtains

Fabric curtains can make room for a lot of dust, dust-mite, dander and pollen accumulation, therefore breeding poisonous allergens. Hence, instead of using the heavy fabric curtains, you can try for blinds or shades. Image Source:- lvluxhome.net

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Use Doormats to Catch Allergens

Use doormats inside the front door to catch any allergens hanging onto our shoes. Better yet, make a no-shoes-in-the-house rule. You can place a shoe rack outside your home for footwear storage. Always take off your shoes whenever you come home. Image Source:- fraiteg.com


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Add Indoor Plants

One of the easiest and best ways to improve the air quality of your house is to have indoor plants. It reduces the number of air particulates. Place air-purifying plants in your room like garden mums, peace lilies, and spider plants. Image Source:- wegoracing.com

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Clean Mattresses and Couches

Do you know that there are many microscopic dust-mites and bacteria found in your mattresses and couches that causes common allergies? Cleaning or vacuuming mattresses, pillows, bedsheets, couches, etc, daily can keep allergies away. Image Source:- idolza.com

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Change Your Pet Care Strategies

Your furry friends may be cute, but they’re filled with several dust mites. But, you don’t need to afraid of, you can keep your furry friends around with a few adjustments. First, you have to keep pets off of your bed as much as possible. You’ll also need to vacuum regularly. You can also install hardwood floors. Image Source:-  yellowbrickhome.com

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Have Clean Bathrooms

Due to persistent moisture, your bathroom is a place for allergens. If you want to keep the bathroom allergy-free, clean it on a daily basis, keep dry the surface that collects water, and to remove moisture, use an exhaust fan in the bathroom. Image Source:- stakinc.com

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7 Tips to Make Your Home Allergy-Free This Summer

For allergy sufferers, summer season comes with several problems like coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes. Well, we cannot control the effects of poisonous allergens that are found outside the home. But, did you know that there might be a number of allergens right in your home? Yes, they may be residing inside of your home. Let us see how we can keep allergies at bay:


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Keep Your Home Clutter-Free

It is important to keep your house clutter free because of the less clutter in your home, the less chance for harmful allergens to stick to the things. Keep all the household items well organized and remove the things that you don’t use. Image Source:- homeclick.com


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Ditch the Fabric Curtains

Fabric curtains can make room for a lot of dust, dust-mite, dander and pollen accumulation, therefore breeding poisonous allergens. Hence, instead of using the heavy fabric curtains, you can try for blinds or shades. Image Source:- lvluxhome.net

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Use Doormats to Catch Allergens

Use doormats inside the front door to catch any allergens hanging onto our shoes. Better yet, make a no-shoes-in-the-house rule. You can place a shoe rack outside your home for footwear storage. Always take off your shoes whenever you come home. Image Source:- fraiteg.com


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Add Indoor Plants

One of the easiest and best ways to improve the air quality of your house is to have indoor plants. It reduces the number of air particulates. Place air-purifying plants in your room like garden mums, peace lilies, and spider plants. Image Source:- wegoracing.com

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Clean Mattresses and Couches

Do you know that there are many microscopic dust-mites and bacteria found in your mattresses and couches that causes common allergies? Cleaning or vacuuming mattresses, pillows, bedsheets, couches, etc, daily can keep allergies away. Image Source:- idolza.com

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Change Your Pet Care Strategies

Your furry friends may be cute, but they’re filled with several dust mites. But, you don’t need to afraid of, you can keep your furry friends around with a few adjustments. First, you have to keep pets off of your bed as much as possible. You’ll also need to vacuum regularly. You can also install hardwood floors. Image Source:-  yellowbrickhome.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Have Clean Bathrooms

Due to persistent moisture, your bathroom is a place for allergens. If you want to keep the bathroom allergy-free, clean it on a daily basis, keep dry the surface that collects water, and to remove moisture, use an exhaust fan in the bathroom. Image Source:- stakinc.com

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