Dust Prevention and Air Purifiers
The following articles share tips on preparing your life, your home, and your work environment for dust prevention and allergies in every season, and share how air purifiers can help.
Dust can be found outdoors, in our offices and cars—and especially in our homes. This dust found inside our homes may trigger miserable allergies symptoms, making it difficult to enjoy time at home. Using an air purifier to reduce dust may be an effective way to combat these allergies symptoms and other associated conditions. However, it is important to learn more about what dust is, where it comes from, and how to prevent it from coming back.
Did you know that dust consists of dead skin flakes, dirt, dander, dust mites, and more? Unfortunately, dusting and cleaning alone do not eliminate dust, which means you and your family are breathing contaminated air. We hear from customers every day who are tired of using cleaning products with unsatisfactory results.
Find out what dust control measures and dust prevention methods are best at eliminating dust from your home.
If you are an allergy sufferer, you may have been told by someone that you are allergic to dust and by others that you are allergic to dust mites. The size of dust and the potential for irritation varies greatly depending upon the source of the dust, its composition, and even your geographical location.
Airborne dust doubled worldwide in the 20th century. It seems as though dust prevention is getting harder and harder; we can't seem to get rid of the dust in our homes.
Indoor dust and dander is a common problem for those who suffer from dust allergies or asthma. They are two of the most common allergens inside your home, which include dust mites that live in your bedding and upholstered furniture. They thrive in warm, humid places, like your bed, and are not usually found in dry climates.