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House Tips: Check out THESE easy ways to keep your home allergy proof

Pets, dust, mold or pollen allergies making you miserable in your own home? Find out how you can make your home allergy-proof.
House Tips: Check out THESE easy ways to keep your home allergy proof
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xperiencing hay fever or allergic asthma symptoms at home isn’t very uncommon. Allergies aren’t always season specific and may attack you any time of the year. Although there is not much you can do when it comes to the world outside, there are a few steps that you can adopt to reduce allergens in your home. We all deserve to experience maximum comfort at home so make sure your home is clear of any element that can trigger an allergic reaction in you!

 

Keep the pets away from the bedroom

Remember that the bedroom is a place of comfort and rest for every member of your family. If anyone in the family is allergic to pet dander, keep your pets away from the bedrooms. Arrange for your pets to sleep in a different room and bathe them once a week to remove allergens from their fur!

 

Choose furniture wisely

Do you experience discomfort every time you lounge on the sofa? The upholstery or the dirt in the furniture could be the reason why. You might want to replace upholstered sofas and chairs with furniture made of leather, wood, metal or plastic. These are easy to clean and also keep allergies at bay!

 

Keep the refrigerator clean

Keeping the refrigerator clean is an important step towards keeping your kitchen allergy free and hygienic. Wipe excessive moisture in the fridge to avoid mold growth. Throw away moldy or expired food. Don’t forget to regularly empty and clean the dripping pan and clean or replace moldy rubber seals around doors!

Properly ventilate your bathrooms

No one likes stinky and moldy bathrooms. To keep your bathrooms squeaky clean and prevent mold growth, ensure that your bathroom gets a lot of sunlight, has proper ventilation and an exhaust fan. Keeping your bathrooms free of moisture prevents mold growth and in turn keeps you safe from allergies!

Make your home a no-smoking zone

Smoking is terrible for health and ensure that your home remains a no-smoking zone throughout the year. Smoking releases allergy causing particles in the air and triggers an allergy attack to those susceptible to it. A no-smoking home is also a healthy home!

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