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An allergy busting schedule

If you have allergies to indoor pollutant like mold or dust mites, you have probably been told to keep your house as clean as possible. Supplement your regular cleaning schedule with the following tasks to keep Allergens at bay.

Clean daily and make sure to clean the fan, open the window, make sure that walls and curtains are fully dry, and turn on the air conditioning.

Wash all the bedding, the sheets, the mattress pads, pillowcases, and bed covers in hot water. Do this weekly.

Vacuum plastic mattress, box spring, and pillow covers, then wipe with a slightly damp cloth. Do this every two weeks.

Wash stuff toys in hot water, or put them in the freezer in a plastic bag overnight to kill dust mites. Also clean the tubs and showers. Do this monthly.

Be cautious of the cleaning supplies you use to clean your home. Keep in mind that a part of getting rid of allergies is to have a nice clean home. It does not have to be perfectly clean, but it does have to be a non-toxic environment for you and your family. Another thing to keep in mind is to not get caught up trying to get rid of all the bacteria or causes of allergies. Another tip is to not rush while you’re cleaning because it won’t help.

A tip to get rid of causes of allergies is to think of where you spend the most time. It will help because most of the causes of allergies are in places you spend the most time such as your room, the living room, the kitchen, and the bathroom.  These are all places in your home but they all have a cause of allergy.      For example your rooms Might have dust mites, your living room might also have dust mites, and your kitchen and bathroom might have cockroaches.

Make sure to keep clean for your family and for yourself. Allergic reactions are no joke. They can cause trouble breathing, painful rashes, and even death.

It is very important that you stay safe. That is why you should take our advice and clean at least weekly.