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Regular vacuuming can prevent the buildup of allergens like pet dander, dust mites, and pollen. This is particularly important for people who suffer from allergies or asthma.

Reduces the risk of pests

Vacuuming can also help to reduce the risk of pests like fleas and bed bugs, which can hide in carpets and upholstery.

Regular Cleaning

Vacuuming, dusting, and sweeping can remove dust, pollen, pet dander and other airborne particles that can accumulate on surfaces. Regular maintenance of appliances, such as stoves & hood, and water heaters, can reduce the release of harmful chemicals into the air. Natural cleaning products are typically less toxic and can reduce the amount of harmful chemicals released into the air.

Reduce clutter

Clutter can accumulate dust and other allergens. Regularly declutter and clean surfaces to reduce the accumulation of these pollutants. Check out our blog posts on how to declutter our bedroom, kitchen, living room and storage.

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Select appropriate indoor plants

While indoor blooming plants can be aesthetically pleasing, they can also release pollen and other allergens into the air. Check out this blog post to see what the best indoor plants for your home and workplace are.

Use of air purifiers

Air purifiers can remove particles from the air, including allergens, dust, and smoke. Remember to Change/clean air filters in your HVAC system regularly to prevent the build-up of dust and other pollutants. If you have renovated your home recently, you should remove harmful formaldehyde and other reno pollutants with our formaldehyde removers.

Control humidity levels

Maintaining proper humidity levels (between 30-50%) can reduce the growth of mold and other pollutants. Use a dehumidifier: High humidity levels can lead to the growth of mold and other pollutants. Use a dehumidifier to maintain proper humidity levels.

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Use doormats

Place doormats at entryways to prevent dirt, dust, and other outdoor pollutants from entering your home.

Avoid of smoking indoors

Smoking indoors can increase the concentration of harmful chemicals in the air, so it is best to avoid smoking inside.

Proper ventilation

Opening windows and doors, using exhaust fans, and maintaining HVAC systems can improve the circulation of air and reduce the concentration of pollutants. Use natural air fresheners: Instead of using chemical-laden air fresheners, use natural alternatives such as essential oils, beeswax candles, or simply opening windows to let fresh air in.