fbpx

Eliminating Dust with Vacuuming Plus

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: The Dustbender works with any vacuum. Vacuuming isn’t the only technique to rid a home or office of dust mites though. There are several other ways that can be a great compliment to your vacuuming efforts. Vacuuming Plus Reducing Humidity. In addition to vacuuming, it’s important Read more about Eliminating Dust with Vacuuming Plus[…]

Dust Implications with Infants and Children

Welcoming that new addition to the family is a ton of fun. (You might not sleep very much, but it’s well worth it!) I’m sure the house is super clean and ready to have little Suzy or Billy crawling to and fro. Their tiny bodies have highly susceptible immune systems and, when exposed to dust, Read more about Dust Implications with Infants and Children[…]

Dust Related IT Failures

Dust impacts more than just your allergies and health. Many IT Professionals say dust buildup causes computers to overheat. In fact, in 2012, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board said that the accumulation of dust caused a flash fire in New Jersey. Here’s the article: CSB: Poor Design, Failure to Test Dust Collection System Among Causes Read more about Dust Related IT Failures[…]

Symptoms and Triggers of Dust Mite Allergies

You may not be allergic to dust, pollen, or pets so you may think, “Eh, what’s the big deal?” Well, lucky you! You don’t get the sniffles and don’t cough all the time. Just because you don’t get the sniffles doesn’t mean dust doesn’t affect you. Here are some Common Symptoms of Dust Allergies: Sneezing, Read more about Symptoms and Triggers of Dust Mite Allergies[…]

Common Consequences of Next Level Dust Allergies

Dust allergies can be managed by maintaining a clean house, thoroughly washing bed sheets, and changing out the air filter. Simple, right? But, what are common consequences of next level dust allergies? What happens if you can’t seem to keep the house quite as clean as you’d like? There are consequences. Here are some common ones: Allergic Read more about Common Consequences of Next Level Dust Allergies[…]

Okay to make fun of asthma?

Let me start off by saying this: I definitely DO NOT think it’s okay to make fun of asthma or people who have asthma. It’s a serious medical condition. Did you know that over 25 million Americans have asthma? Perhaps you know someone with asthma. Does their asthma seem to flare up when they are Read more about Okay to make fun of asthma?[…]

Cleaning Professionals who want to differentiate

There are over 1.4 million people employed as maids and housekeepers in the US. There are another 2.3 million people employed as janitors and building cleaners. That’s a lot of people competing for work! I’ve met several home cleaning professionals. They take their line of work very seriously. In fact, most won’t tell me about Read more about Cleaning Professionals who want to differentiate[…]

Dust Mitigation at its Finest

Did it take a memorable, yet horrible, encounter with dust for you to discover you have allergies? Mine was awful. I almost died. The dust was everywhere! No matter how often I clean my desk (and my coworkers’ desks), my bookshelves, my counters, the fan blades, tops of everything else I see when I’m up Read more about Dust Mitigation at its Finest[…]

Governmental Dust Mitigation Agencies

When we were developing the Dust Bender and researching various statistics surrounding dust, allergies, asthma, and who was impacted, we found many “Governmental Dust Mitigation Agencies”. This is a term I started using to describe any government agency that is concerned with Dust Mitigation like Dust Bender. I came across many medical professionals, too. We’ll Read more about Governmental Dust Mitigation Agencies[…]

Web Design & Management by IA Business Advisors

SiteLock