Cleaning Supplies for Allergy Relief


There's nothing like opening the windowand letting the fresh, spring air flow through your home. But for allergy sufferers, spring means a whole new blossoming batch of pollen, grass, sneezing fits, and watery eyes. This is also the staple time for deep cleaning your home after a stuffy, long winter. LivePure is here to give you some spring cleaning tips that not only freshen up your home but also help relieve your spring allergy symptoms.

Using the Right Vacuum

UVC Vacuum

The vast array of vacuums to choose from can be overwhelming, but if you suffer from allergies, there is one particular type of vacuum we recommend. A vacuum with a HEPA filter is a must-have for allergy sufferers. Vacuums that use a true HEPA filter can help pick up even the smallest dust and dander particles. Whether it's pet dander, dust mite debris, dust, or pollen, these vacuums are sure to help you breathe easier. 

UVC Vacuum

A major trigger for indoor allergies and asthma symptoms - dust mites. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, about 20 million Americans have a dust mite allergy. Hundreds of thousands of dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets, curtains and clothing in your bedroom. In the winter, their debris can accumulate, making it harder for you to breathe and can increase your allergy symptoms. One sure way to rid your home of dust mites is by using a specialty vacuum - such as the Ultramite UVC Dust Mite HEPA Vacuum and Fabric Sanitizer. The combination of UVC light, a deep cleaning rolling brush, and a true HEPA filter is a triple threat for allergens and dust mites, capturing up to 99.97% of particles while neutralizing allergens for

Anti-Allergen Detergents and Additives

Pollen, grass, dust, dander, and dust mite debris can stick to your clothing and fabrics like Velcro. So how can you tackle those allergy triggers when doing laundry? Use a specific allergen-fighting detergent. These detergents not only help your clothes feel better but help neutralize allergens that stick to your clothes and could trigger allergy symptoms. 

Laundry additives can also aid in the fight against allergy and asthma triggers. In addition to your laundry detergent, a product like the LivePure Anti-Mite Allergen Removing Laundry Additive can target and neutralize dust mite debris that the laundry detergent didn't get. This is also a great option if you cannot use or don't want to use allergen-fighting detergent. It's safe on fabrics and can be used in hot or cold water. 

Anti-Allergen Fabric Sprays

Anti-Allergen Fabric Sprays are a saving grace for allergy sufferers. Allergens can stick to any type of fabric, not just your clothes. Spraying your furniture, curtains, bedding, and other similar surfaces with this type of product can help reduce allergy and asthma triggers. The LivePure Anti-Allergen Fabric Spray works on other surfaces besides fabrics, such as floors and countertops, which is an added bonus! It's also made with similar ingredients as the laundry detergent, so it's safe for all fabrics and contains no synthetic dyes, scents, or hazardous ingredients. 

These types of cleaning products can greatly reduce your allergy and asthma symptoms, leading to a healthier, less stressful life. So be sure to keep these products in mind when you start your spring-cleaning routine!