Cleaning your house on a weekly basis should be a crucial component of your allergy management strategy. However, even cleaning itself can exacerbate allergy symptoms because it stirs up dust and other allergens, particularly if it hasn’t been cleaned in a while. Wearing a mask is a good habit if the practice has been neglected for a few weeks. You can utilize the right equipment and cleaning supplies to remove allergens and reduce exposure to substances that could trigger allergic reactions.

Here are the top suggestions for minimizing allergens in your entire house:

  • Purchase a quality vacuum cleaner and make regular use of it.

Your first action against the allergen-causing particles that accumulate on your floors is to maintain a regular vacuuming schedule. But keep in mind that vacuum cleaners come in different shapes and sizes. If you have allergies, you should look for a model with a HEPA filtration system. The filters are strong enough to eliminate 99.7% of potentially bothersome particles, such as pollen, dust mites, and pet dander, from carpets, furniture, couches, and other tricky places.

  • Put on a mask and goggles when cleaning

If you have particularly sensitive allergies, you may want to wear a face mask and safety goggles while cleaning the house to prevent dust and other particles from getting into your mouth and eyes. Choose a mask made of lightweight and breathable materials such as cotton, linen, or cloth for added comfort.

  • Wash your bedding in hot water and dry them properly

You could be sleeping in a breeding ground for irritants such as pet hair, skin flakes, and mold if you only wash your bedding once a month. Instead, you ought to wash your pillowcases, comforters, and sheets once a week. And don’t forget to choose a setting that is hot enough—at least 130°F—to get rid of allergens and kill dust mites. Alternatively, place your bedding in the dryer at 130°F for about 15 minutes if hot water washing is not an option.

  • Choose cleaners without fragrances.

You should search for dye- and fragrance-free cleaning supplies the next time you’re at the store because scented cleaners can occasionally be made with synthetic chemicals that trigger allergies. You can look for items that are marked as hypoallergenic or look for products that specifically state they are certified for individuals who have allergies and asthma.

  • Clean the house from high to low

Ironically, cleaning may actually spread dust particles all through your house, so you should clean everything thoroughly to prevent adding to the difficulty of your chores. Begin by dusting the tops of your highest shelves when cleaning the living room, for instance, and work your way down. It only makes sense to save your floors for last since dust and other debris will definitely fall to the ground as you clean. You won’t just get a more thorough clean; you’ll also avoid having to redo any areas that get dirty while the process is going on.

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