Reduce Allergens

You spend a vast majority of your time at home, so ensure that your house is allergy-free and safe!


A lot of homes look spick and span when you take a quick glance. However, upon close inspection, you will find that there are corners and edges in your home that have an alarming amount of dust that has been collected together for months or even years. And not to forget cupboards, windows and other home decors. An efficient way to clean would be from starting from the top and working your way down so that the dust does not land on an already- cleaned surface which will then double your work. Don’t forget to clean fans and blinds too.


In the first place, ensure the filters that you have as of now have are fit as a fiddle and perfect, similar to those in your cooling units or your warming and cooling framework. Watch out to make sure that they’re the correct ones for the purpose

You can likewise add filters to your home on the off chance that you don’t have them, either as independent room units or in your warming and air framework.

For a solitary room, you need an air-cleaning unit with a HEPA. Ensure its CADR is the right proportion for space

In the event that you have a focal warming and cooling framework in your home, you can transform it into a filtration framework for your entire home by introducing a superior air channel. Perpetual and dispensable alternatives are accessible.


Make sure that you frequently wash and dry your pillows so that the dust mites don’t collect together. Always remember that your pillows and mattresses are breeding grounds for dust mites and the popular belief that your mattresses get heavier through time because of the faeces of these mites, is in fact, true.

Limit the entry-ways for pollen

Ensure that you leave as little room for pollen to enter your home. Pollen is one of the biggest culprits for allergies. Try to keep your windows closed whenever possible and leave no opportunity for pollen to stream in through the air. Closed windows also ensure that your home is kept cool and reduces the humidity, which is also a breeding ground for mold and dust mites.

Stay at home

With the new social distancing restrictions being carried out in full swing, you must be comfortable with the idea of staying at home. Being indoor is also a great way to ensure that you don’t go out and risk yourself from inhaling or coming in contact with pollen and dust mites, particularly during flu season.



A great deal can be said about cleaning your personal spaces to save yourself from the nasty flu or allergy attack. You might already know some ways that are tested and proven for you. Aside from that, try to have a look at the things mentioned above that will aid you in improving your space. Remember that there’s nothing like too much preparedness.


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