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Is your home contributing to your breathing challenges? Are you even suffering from Asthma or allergies? Have you ever tried to clean the air in your home? It is a common scientific fact that living inside the home can't help the patient from the allergens. Have you ever noticed little dust particles floating around in the air visible through sun shine? They are always present in the air whether you see them or not. If they are in the atmosphere, they are also present in your lungs. You can't stop them unless you wear a breathing mask. Not very comforting of course. You don't want to be looked like a First World War solider, wearing a gas mask.

Dust mites are microscopic creatures that belong to the same class with the spider and mostly take residence in mattresses & bedding, upholstered furniture, curtains and carpets. Often thriving in warm, humid environments, the tiny organisms feed on the flakes of skin that we and our pets shed daily. Their feces contain the substance DerP1 which is a rather potent allergen. It you’re allergic to mites, you may have eczema, asthma-like symptoms or even chronic sinus problems.

Everyone has clutter in their home, but why do we choose to keep it? Why do we consistently make excuses about our clutter, and what are some of the excuses that we make?

Stainless steel is a wonderful material with a distinctive shine. Not only does it provide a high end look in terms of kitchen appliances, cutlery and cookware but it is low maintenance. The only challenge of stainless steel is maintaining that lustrous shine and preventing corrosion. Luckily doing so is very simple. Here are easy tips to clean stainless steel.

The time spent cleaning the house always depends on several aspects. They include,

  • The size of the house
  • How well the items are arranged
  • The speed of the cleaner and the duration between cleaning periods.

Generally, there are several ways to make washing dishes fun. For instance, you may listen to music by selecting songs depending on your mood. Basically, upbeat songs are the best to motivate you while washing in case you do not want a quiet atmosphere. In addition to that, dish washing can be fun by considering making an assembly line whereby there are different people performing the task of scrapping, washing, drying and putting away. This is an excellent idea of rounding up everyone and have the dishes washed within the shortest time possible other than assigning one person to wash the dishes on different nights.

Aromatherapy is a special practice which has been around for ages. The practice continues to be popular because people derive a wide range of its benefits. It basically involves use of essential oils extracted from barks, flowers, leaves, seeds, herbs, roots and fruits to mention but a few. Different essential oils from different sources have different uses at home depending on their properties.

Vinegar, or acetic acid, it's a transparent liquid found in any home across the Globe. Being mainly used for cooking or making pickles it can also have other uses in the home, most of you probably never thought about it! For example, vinegar can be used around the house in many ways, some of which in the following lines.

Bedbugs are tiny little critters that feed on human blood, not too different from mosquitoes but without wings. Their official name is 'Cimex lectularius', and they are called 'bedbugs' because they tend to hide in or near to beds where humans sleep. If you have bedbugs in your home, then do not despair! First of all, these unwanted house guests are very easy to pick up, so don't make yourself feel too about it: even a clean and conscientious home might get bedbugs once in a while. That said, reducing the risk of bedbugs entering your home is very easy once you know where bedbugs come from. Then, you can follow a few simple procedures to ensure that those uninvited guests don't turn up in your bedroom.

Should I have my guest take their shoes off when entering my house? If you were Asian, the answer to this question would be a no-brainer. Most Asians would not allow a guest to come into their home without removing their shoes first. If you are a westerner, it probably hinges on the circumstances.

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