Dust Allergy? 7 Smart Strategies to Get Rid of the Dust in Your House
More than 90 percent of household dust comes from people and fabric: tiny flakes of skin, barely visible fibers that float on the slightest air currents and settle on every surface in your house. In a spot sheltered from air movement, the particles stay put. In other areas, they constantly rise and settle as doors swing open and people pass by. Even if fighting dust is a battle you can never completely win, you can work to eliminate it as much as possible to avoid triggering dust allergy reactions.