Spring has arrived, and chances are the winter has left your home with plenty of cleaning to do.
But one thing most people don’t think about is what happens to the air quality in your home once you start all the vacuuming, dusting, and spraying. Chemical fumes and mold spores abound in the home, and cleaning often stirs these hazards up, diminishing the air quality in your home. Symptoms often associated with allergies may be as much to do with the air in your home as the air outside.
Dr. Bahrainwala and Dr. Morbach have some tips on how to clean effectively and precautions to take to make sure spring cleaning doesn’t lead to spring sneezing.
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