6 Ways To Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

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3. Manage pet dander regularly

As much as you may love your furry friend, their pet dander (among other things) has a negative effect on your home’s air quality. So yes, your car or dog is like a little furry vehicle that brings outdoor contaminants indoors.

Here’s what you can do: if it’s possible, try to bathe your pets once a week; it will help you keep dander to a minimum. Also, consider getting your dog some special boots to wear during bathroom trips. Now, if your furry friend doesn’t like wearing them, you may just want to give it up and stick with bathing sessions.

If allergies keep coming back, but you just can’t give up on your pet, consider installing a whole-home purifier.