Don’t let spring cleaning get in the way of your allergies–in fact, make sure your “big clean” isn’t simultaneously stirring up dust mites and pollen that will only make things worse for your allergies. Take a look at this article on for advice on minimizing allergens.
Some tips include using dry clean techniques only for carpets and other upholstery, since unnecessary damp spots in your home promote mold and mildew growth. Wash all drapes where you have them, and check out the rest of the website for other allergy-friendly products.
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