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9 tips to ways to allergy-proof your home this fall: Part Three

To help reduce allergies this fall,  wash and clean your home.

There are countless ways to ensure  allergens don't invade your home this fall. Start by coming up with an attack strategy, figuring out what you're allergic to and the areas of your house that could contain the most  allergens.

In the final part of our three-part series, we examine three more ways to allergy-proof your home this fall.

1. Fall cleaning

Spring cleaning is a popular term synonymous with preparing a residence for the upcoming summer. However, why not fall cleaning to help you prepare for the cool months ahead.? Over the course of the summer, your home will inevitably collect dust and dirt, as well as outdoor toys, from kids running in and out of the house. This clutter can increase allergies.

2. Remove drapes

Let's say you've decluttered your home, removed the rugs and upgraded your air conditioning, but your allergies are still acting up. It could be your drapes.

Drapes help bring the rooms in your home together, but they also hold a lot of allergens. Dust and dirt easily get trapped in these fabric adornments, kickstarting a sneezing or coughing attack.

3. Clean the bathroom

There are over 100,000 types of mold. And they love your bathroom. When you're done using the shower, make sure to wipe down the walls with a squeegee. Wet walls can foster mold growth. Also, make sure your bathroom is well ventilated, remove and replace broken tiles, and ensure that there are no leaks.

Another way to manage allergies is to avoid triggers. Visit Allergy Be Gone's store for a wide range of allergy control products.

Related posts:

  1. 9 ways to allergy proof your home this fall: Part Two
  2. 9 ways to allergy-proof your house this fall: Part One
  3. 5 ways to allergy-proof your home
  4. 9 unique ways to clean your house to prevent allergies: part 3
  5. 6 cleaning tips to reduce allergens in your home