When you're allergic to dust, symptoms like sneezing and itchy eyes can be a daily burden. It's harder to avoid dust than it is peanuts, bees, and other common allergens, after all. But you don't have to be doomed to a lifetime of symptoms in your own house. Here are three ways to minimize your dust-allergy symptoms at home. Have your air ducts cleaned. If you have a forced-air heating system, then dust is probably being spewed out across the room every time the heat kicks on.
- It's exciting to get packed up and leave for a vacation, but it's disheartening to come home and see that you've left your house a mess. Taking extra time to clean up as you're getting ready for your trip might not always be possible, but a viable solution is to hire a home cleaning service to visit your home while you're away and ensure that it sparkles when you walk in the front door after your vacation.
- Running a small business often benefits from a space in which you can meet with your employees, but you may be even more productive and successful with a dedicated office. Finding offices is easy, but the problem lies in finding one that fits within your budget and meets all your demands. If you are interested in keeping total costs down, you cannot only look at the rent as this is just one expense.
- If you have old, faded wallpaper on your bedroom's walls and would like to remove it and replace it with bright-colored paint, the project below will assist you. Once you have finished the steps, your bedroom will have a fresh, updated appearance and the newly-painted walls can be complemented with some artwork or decorative mirrors. Materials wallpaper scoring tool paper removing agent water spray bottle scouring pad mild detergent drop cloths power sander fine grit sandpaper tack cloth painter's tape interior primer interior paint mixing stick paint tray paint roller extension handle narrow paintbrush Remove The Wallpaper
- Your mattress is one of the easiest places in your house to overlook when you are cleaning things up. However, it is probably one of the most important things to clean in your house based on how much time you spend in your bed every day. Here are a few tips on how to effectively clean your mattress. #1 Vacuum off the Dust The first thing you need to do is remove the dust mites that accumulate on your mattress over time.