If you are plagued by allergies and you've done all you can to reduce the allergens in your home, an air scrubber just might help you.
Do you sniffle and sneeze and wheeze your way through the year? If you are plagued by allergies and/or asthma, you may be considering purchasing a home air scrubber. But is it worth the money? Will it actually help ease your symptoms?
An Air Scrubber can help with these below problems:
Does anyone in your family have breathing challenges?
Do you ever smell pet odors in your home?
Do you ever smell cooking odors or musty odors in your home?
Do you have cigarette smokers or smoke odors in your home?
Would you like to reduce approximately 90% of airborne bacteria, viruses, and germs?
An Air Scrubber would reduce up to 99.9% of bacteria, viruses and germs such as Staph, MRSA Superbug, E. Coli, Strep, and Mold on surfaces.
In addition to an Air Scubber, here are some additional tips in reducing allergic and asthmatic reactions in your home:
Avoid carpeting and use smooth flooring instead.
If you have pets, consider finding them a new home. If that's not an option, keep the pets outside. If that's not an option either, at the very least, keep them out of the bedroom, and certainly off the bed, and off as much of the other furniture in the house as possible.
Use air conditioning in the warmer months to get rid of outdoor pollens or allergens.
Clean all air filters, air conditioner filters, and duct filters at each change of season.
Keep your windows closed (at home and in the car) and avoid spending time outdoors when your allergies are acting up.
Ban indoor smoking.
Use the hottest water possible to rid your laundry of dust mites.
Avoid furnishings that gather dust.