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How to Reduce Common Inanimate Allergens In Your Home
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No matter how hard we try to keep allergens out of the house, some of them still manage to slip through. Here are a few ways to control inanimate allergens, so they don’t control you.
While we’re busy trying to keep allergens out of our homes, there are many allergens already inside—allergens from inanimate dust mite matter, pet dander and even pollen.
Dedicating just a little bit of time to cleaning and dusting every day is a great way to ensure that these pests don’t add up and create a potentially uncomfortable living situation.
For carpeting, consider a vacuum with an HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter or frequently clean/replace the filter in your vacuum. You could also look into installing central vacuuming.
Keep your pets indoors and bathe them regularly to minimize pet dander and inanimate dust mite matter in the house.
Moisture breeds mold and dust thrives in moisture. Keep humidity levels at 20% to 40%. A hygrometer is a tool you can install in your home that can help keep mold and inanimate dust mite matter levels balanced.
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