Whether you suffer from allergies or not, potential allergens must be disposed of in any case. Fungi, dust and parasites pollute the air, badly affect sleep and general well-being. We share information where pathogenic organisms most often accumulate, and how they can be evicted from there.

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one Carpets

If you have a tendency to allergies, carpets and any carpets are contraindicated for you. Especially with large pile. A huge amount of dust accumulates in it, dust mites, invisible to the eye, but very harmful parasites that provoke exacerbations of allergies and even bronchial asthma, can eventually start up. If you are a big fan of carpets and think that without them the interior loses its comfort, then get ready for regular cleaning. To clean the house, use special hypoallergenic products and a vacuum cleaner with a filter, and even better, a washing one.

2 Flower pots

High humidity can cause mold, which is a powerful allergen. Keep track of how often you water your flowers, or opt for those that tolerate drought well — the less frequently you water, the less moisture around the flower pot, and the less chance of fungus.

3 Stuffed Toys

Harmless baby bears and bunnies accumulate a lot of dust and dust mites. To keep your child and other family members safe, soft toys should be washed or dry-cleaned frequently.

four curtains

Artificial materials are known for their ability to attract dust, so it is still better to rely on natural linen, cotton or silk curtains. And it’s better to completely abandon such a model of curtains in favor of more concise Roman and rolled ones. And even more so, you should not hang complex curtains with intricate draperies — this is just a paradise for dust.


5 Mattress

When choosing a mattress, pay attention to those models that you can clean yourself without going to dry cleaners. It is best to put a cover made of thick fabric on top of the mattress — it is easier to wash it than to organize a complete cleaning of the product. It is necessary to clean the mattress every two to three months, if there are no significant contaminants, and if there are any, more often. Every 8-10 years the mattress is replaced with a new one.

6 Books

A large library is great, but books accumulate a lot of dust over time. It is best to put them on closed shelves under glass or in a closet. Libraries are dusted several times a week — take advantage of this experience. In addition to dusting the shelves, book covers should be periodically wiped down and dried thoroughly before being put back in place.


7 Bed sheets

Bed linen is best chosen from natural materials and washed more often. For allergy sufferers, it is recommended to change underwear twice a week, for those who are not predisposed to allergies, once every 7-10 days. Wash bed linen at a temperature of at least 65 degrees. You can add special means to remove dust mites when washing. It is better to choose a blanket from materials that are easy to wash. Pillows are better with synthetic filling, not natural.

eight Ventilation grille

A lot of harmful bacteria settle on its ribbed surface, but the most unpleasant thing is the formation of mold. Due to the humid air in the ventilation ducts, the humidity norm is often exceeded there, and mold is very fond of such conditions. If the fungus takes root in the house, it will begin to spread along the walls and the bathroom, so the cleanliness of the grill must be monitored.