How To Have Healthier Kid Friendly Homes



The environment is filled with allergens that bombard us every day. Our home is supposed to be our safe haven from harm, but what if our home is what is causing your child to be sick? What if you child isn’t sick, just allergic to the air around them? Changing out air filters, cleaning out vents and air ducts are key components to eliminating airborne allergies around our kids. Obviously, we can’t stop these things outside our doors, but inside our home, there are preventive measures to help your child sleep well, and have fewer reactions to the unseen. 

Here’s an infographic from that shows you how you can have a healthier home. 

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19 thoughts on “How To Have Healthier Kid Friendly Homes

  1. I have to be very careful with fragrances in my home because my husband is sensitive and will begin sneezing. I like the idea of using all-natural cleaners. I try to use them whenever possible.

  2. Thankfully my son and I don’t have too many allergies, other than seasonal. But I agree that having chemical free cleaners wouldn’t be a bad thing. Allergies can develop at any time.

  3. I have always had insanely bad allergies and we have to be super careful about making sure the air and surfaces stay clean! This is a great article for anyone new to living a low-allergen life 🙂

  4. This is a great list! We avoid all those things. I am big on steering clear of BPA, fragrances, dyes, etc. There are so many things in our food and our environment, it helps to get rid of anything that is a concern.

  5. Thank you for sharing the infographic. It is a good reminder to keep our homes safe and allergen free. We have shifted to natural home cleaners. It is more effective and cheaper too. Not to mention it is safe to use especially with small children in the house.

  6. This is a great post indeed for all parents. I didn’t know about BPA until I seen a report on the news about it years ago. The vinegar and baking soda I am going to try for all purpose cleaner. I usually use vinegar and lemon juice. Thanks for sharing the tips.

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