Are dust allergies getting you down? You’re not alone and you’re not stuck either! No one wants to live with constant sneezing, watery eyes, sniffing and congestion. The best way to reduce those allergies is to get rid of that dust!
There are 3 Norwex tools that are sure to help you breathe easier and relieve your allergy symptoms. They all make the task of dusting EASY and even more effective than traditional methods of dusting.
Leave No Dust Behind with the Dusting Mitt
This one-size-fits-all mitt is perfect for picking up dust particles! Cleaning is quick for all types of surfaces with this mitt. Since it uses a static charge to hold onto dust particles, it’s more effective than a cotton cloth (and more sustainable than other throw away options).
Read Hard To Reach Places with the EnviroWand
Great for dusting in those hard to reach places that accumulate dust! Think: Ceiling fans, baseboards, high vents and ledges. This can be bent in any direction. It’s the versatile tool that is one of my top sellers at Norwex parties!
Nip Dust Mites in the Bud with Mattress Cleaner
This spray is ideal for reducing pet dander and dust mite allergens in all surfaces of your home. Only a few sprays are needed on mattresses, pillows, furniture, stuffed animals and curtains. Use every 1-2 months on these surfaces to help with dust mite allergies.
Cleaning Needs for Dust Allergies
When your allergies are really bad, cleaning may trigger them and have long lasting effects. Wearing a mask while cleaning is highly recommended if your dust allergies especially bad. But if you have the extra funds, pay someone to clean for you.
General Seasonal Allergies Bothering You?
While you can’t completely remove allergens from the air in your home, these suggestions from the Mayo clinic may help you reduce them:
- Use air conditioning in your house and car.
- If you have forced air heating or air conditioning in your house, use high-efficiency filters and follow regular maintenance schedules.
- Keep indoor air dry with a dehumidifier.
- Use a portable high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter in your bedroom.
- Clean floors often with a vacuum cleaner that has a HEPA filter.
Other Irritants and Triggers for Allergy Sufferers
There are other things you can do to reduce allergy flare ups.
- Avoid burning scented candles in your home
- Use scent free beauty products
- Use fragrance-free laundry detergent that is also free of dyes and other irritating fillers.
- Avoid dryer sheets and softeners in your laundry – use Norwex dryer balls instead
- A humidifier can cleanse the air in your home. Using a HEPA filter can be even more effective
- Vacuuming and mopping regularly with a microfiber mop is helpful (sorry, haha!)
- Keep your windows closed if you suffer from seasonal allergies. During times of the year when allergens outdoors are high, keep windows closed
Thanks for stopping by. I hope these tips help you out!