Allergy Vacuums

Written by Dina Kayed
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Allergy vacuums are designed for people with moderate or severe allergies. Other people such as pregnant women are better off using allergy vacuums because the human fetus has an undeveloped immune system; an allergy vacuum will help protect it. When you vacuum your home with an ordinary vacuum cleaner, many airborne allergens are created. Allergy vacuums do not generate airborne allergens.

Allergy Vacuum Cleaners

Allergy vacuums can even retain microscopic particles; they are very hygienic, easy to use and quick to empty. Their use can enhance the air quality in your home, if the filter is of a high quality, such as a HEPA filter. Some allergy vacuums can be used even on hardwood floors. Some are designed to work even on the toughest surfaces, and yet still protect delicate ones. Looking into the available attachments can help you make your decision.

Being allergic to dust particles is a trait that can be inherited. If one parent has an allergy to dust, it's easy for the children to develop such an allergy as well. Some harmless substances don't affect most of us, but those few people who do have allergies have strong reactions to seemingly harmless substances. Dust mites are the most common culprits, often causing house dust allergies.

Most of us never even stop to consider what house dust is. In actual fact, house dust is not one substance, but a mix of many different particles. In other words, it is simply a myriad of very small particles of a lot of things around you. It can contain pet dander. It also usually contains very small particles of fabrics such as feathers or cotton. You will be able to find bacteria, mold, fungus, food particles and even the remains of dead insects. Once we know, you might be more inclined to use a vacuum cleaner that's intended to help people with allergies simply to keep your air cleaner.


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