Housekeeping Tips and Organization for the Allergic

It is very common for those who suffer from allergy start sneezing on entering the home. This often happens because indoors there are many allergens that cause household allergies. The main household allergens are dust, dust mites, animal skin and animal fragments, clothing hair and mold.

To help you make your home a less uncomfortable place for those who are allergic, we've selected tips you can put in place right now, check it out.


For the floor prefer smooth coverings such as ceramic or porcelain tiles. These floors are easy to clean and do not dust like some woods as they get older. Whenever you notice that the floor is dusty or dusty, wipe it off immediately using a damp cloth or vacuum cleaner and never a broom as it would spread the dust further.

Carpet and rug

Carpet is not a good choice for those with allergies. Although it is possible to clean it, even keeping it always sanitized, it is possible that some dust particles accumulate and trigger allergic reactions. As for carpets, they should always be washed and dried in the sun to prevent dust accumulation and the emergence of dust. mites.


Curtains should also be washed frequently to prevent dust, hair and dust mites from accumulating. Ideally, avoid curtains in homes with people sensitive to major household allergens.


Sofas should also always be kept clean and placed to? Sunbathe? in the morning whenever possible if they are made of fabric. The best type of sofa cover for allergy sufferers is synthetic leather, as it does not accumulate dust and can be easily cleaned.


You should keep an eye out to prevent mold from accumulating on the walls and ceiling of the bathroom. As bathrooms are very humid, fungi can appear and cause dark greenish stains on the walls and this is extremely harmful to health. Rooms and rooms that share a wall with the bathroom should also be checked from time to time to make sure there is no mold on the walls.


Bedding should always be changed and placed in the sun to avoid moisture and consequently the appearance of dust mites. An important tip is always to opt for antiallergic materials. Check the packaging of the product before taking it home.

Air conditioning

Who has the appliance at home, should always be careful to keep the equipment sanitized according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Dirty air conditioning triggers allergy attacks as these appliances accumulate many allergens. The use of air conditioning should also be done sensibly, without exaggeration, as it decreases the humidity of the air and this can trigger allergic attacks.

Cabinets and wardrobe

Cabinets and wardrobes, indoors and unventilated, should be cleaned weekly. In the wardrobe, it is best not to pack too many clothes in one compartment and separate the winter ones into bags to store elsewhere. As for kitchen cabinets, check weekly for proper packaging and no mold.

Kitchen balcony

The kitchen counter should be taken care of with extreme care. As it is a furniture susceptible to spilling water and other liquids, it can get too humid and the fungi can proliferate causing mold harmful to your health. So keep an eye out.


Those with allergies should not have animals that shed their hair like cats and some dogs or keep them outside. However, anyone who ends up choosing a pet that looses a lot of hair should keep an eye out, cleaning the room with a vacuum or a damp cloth collecting the hair so that they do not spread in the air and do not cause allergy attacks.

General Tips

The most important thing is always to keep everything very well ventilated, avoiding the humidity that can cause the mold to appear. In addition, placing fabrics and upholstery in the morning sun helps fight dust mites and can be done not only with pillows, but also with pillows and mattresses. One should also always opt for products that are not made of materials that may cause allergies, such as antiallergic duvets. By taking proper care it is possible to protect your home from allergenic agents and decrease the chances of having frequent allergy attacks.

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