How do I get rid of pet dander in my home?
Pet dander is very tiny particles of skin that had been shed from animals with fur or feathers. These bits of skin can cause reactions in people who are specifically allergic to these triggers. In the United States, as many as three in 10 people with allergies have allergic reactions to cats and dogs.
Some ways to reduce pet dander in your home include:
Brushing your pet regularly
Keeping your pet’s coat in good condition is not just about aesthetic appearance, it also has a positive effect on his and your general well-being. If you are highly allergic, wear a mask while you groom the pet.Clean carpets, furniture, and curtains regularly
It’s tough to remove dander once it has settled, but you can take steps to prevent it from latching on too tightly. Use natural cleaning products, soft cloth, and lint roller on a daily basis.
Clean your home’s air ducts
Over time pet dander become airborne and travels throughout your home via your ventilation system every time your heating or cooling system turns on or off. Cleaning ducts can help rid of pet allergens and improve air quality.
With almost no effort at all, pets manage to bring so much joy into our lives. Say no to a pet dander instead to pets.