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The GE ADER30LP 30 Pint Dehumidifier packs a double punch against mold and dust mites.

If you've ever felt helpless against the effects of allergies, remember there are always ways to take control of your health and be proactive. Allergy Be Gone can help .These common allergens won't stand chance against the right allergy products  


Pollen is one of the most common and troubling allergens. When pollen season starts, the daily count becomes as important as breaking news to allergy sufferers. Don't let pollen rule your life both outdoors and inside your own home. Window screen air filters are the perfect way to ensure that you're letting in the fresh summer breeze without the harmful flower and grass pollen. High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) window screen filters also have the added effect of guarding against insects and dust.  

Dust Mites

Dust mites make the very items we use for rest and relaxation into weapons that agitate your allergies. These tiny insects burrow into our bedding, pillows, comforters, furniture upholstery and carpets. There, they feed off dead skin cells and leave their waste behind. It's this microscopic matter that gets into the air when we turn in bed or walk on the carpet. This is what sets off allergic reactions. The best way to shield against mites is with hypoallergenic bedding and encasings. These products stop mites from getting into the fabric and multiplying. In the case of encasings, they also seal in the dust mites that are already in the fabric so they are no longer a threat to your health.

A more aggressive way to deal with the threat of dust mites, especially in the case of carpets, is to use a HEPA vacuum cleaner like the Eureka 4870MZ Boss Smart Vac Upright HEPA Vacuum. Regular vacuum cleaners may only exacerbate the situation by disturbing the dust mite waste and sending it into the air to set off your allergies. HEPA vacuums absorb the particles possible and remove close to 100 percent of the tiny granules floating through indoor air. Vacuums like this one, which feature an extending hose or detachable units, allow you to clean dust mite waste from upholstery.


Dander is the unwanted gift that our furry friends keep on giving. It's easy to avoid if you don't own a pet but unfortunately many people with this allergy are fond of dogs and cats. So how can you live with the animals you love and not suffer the allergic reactions you hate?  The answer is a whole house air purifier like the popular line of Honeywells available on Allergybegone.com. These devices integrate with your home's HVAC system and filter the air circulating through your entire house. Not only does the air filter work great to clear dander but it also functions well against other allergens like pollen and mold.    


If you have moisture-rich areas in your house, it's likely you have or are going to have a mold problem. Mold will flourish in humid corners of your house and especially favors wood. It releases spores, most of which will wreak havoc on your respiratory allergies. A dehumidifier  is the secret allergy weapon that packs a double punch against both mold and dust mites. Using a machine like the GE ADER30LP 30 Pint Dehumidifier, you can reduce the relative humidity level in your home to 45 or under. At this magic number, mold is unable to find damp enough conditions to thrive and dust mites won't be able to absorb moisture from the air and they eventually die.

Allergybegone.com stocks all the tools you need to mount an offensive against the most common and harmful allergens and irritants. Keep reading to learn more about ways you can live allergy-free.

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