Dust mites may be triggering year-round allergies and asthma.

If you have allergies or asthma, a tiny creature living in your office or home could be making big problems for you. Although you can’t see them, you may be having an allergic reaction to dust mites.
Offices have a lot of allergens that accumulate in many different areas. And dust mites thrive wherever dust is present, so it is important to do a thorough and regular cleaning of specific areas that might get neglected. One area that can be a haven for allergens and dust mites is your register vents.
Dusting your register vents doesn’t always capture the dust but instead spreads it around. Vacuuming the register vents is a better method as it sucks the dust up without spreading it. Using the brush attachment for the vacuum allows you to get into the grooves of the vent. This attachment can also be used to suck up any spider eggs that a duster may not ordinarily get.
Since dust and allergens inside your workplace or home can cause illness to those who are allergic, making sure your cleaning method truly removes them is important.
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