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March 31, 2014
Louise Martin wrote:
What kind of wood is it on the walls ?

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Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial." This will help remove some of the bad stuff you track in on your shoes. The best solution, though, is to remove your shoes before entering the home. “Otherwise you will be bringing in nasty chemicals, pollen, dirt and dust straight into your home,” says Hall.

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A dual, yet disconnecting entry idea under staircase
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Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial." This will help remove some of the bad stuff you track in on your shoes. The best solution, though, is to remove your shoes before entering the home.
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Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial."
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Bright green with the wood
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ANTIMICROBIAL MATS TO PREVENT DUST TRACKING
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Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial." This will help remove some of the bad stuff you track in on your shoes. The best solution, though, is to remove your shoes before entering the home. “Otherwise you will be bringing in nasty chemicals, pollen, dirt and dust straight into your home,” says Hall.
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Healthy Home Housekeeping What You Need to Know About Dust and How to Fight It Breathe easier with these 10 tips for busting mites, dander and other microscopic undesirables Follow Mitchell Parker Houzz Editorial Staff; writer, musician, father and husband. More » Comment 84 Bookmark 617 Like 23 Email Embed Click "Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. There’s really no easy way to discuss dust. It’s one of those things that makes even the toughest of people just a bit squeamish. But it’s important to know what’s lurking in your house even at a microscopic level, especially if you’re one of every five people who suffer from household allergies. Besides, this info might finally get you dusting and vacuuming on a regular basis. “House dust is a mixture of materials, some potentially allergenic — different fibers; dander from cats, dogs and other animals; dust mites and bacteria; mold and fungus spores; and pollen,” says microbiologist Karen Hall, who works at Dyson, the company known for its high-powered cylindrical vacuums. We hear about dust mites all the time, but because we can’t see them, most of us don’t really give them too much thought. Out of sight, out of mind, right? Well, perhaps knowing that dust mites are part of the arachnid family, like spiders, and live in your mattresses and pillows in such mass numbers that they actually add weight to these items, should be enough to keep them in your mind for a long time. transitional living room by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc. Add to ideabook by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc. I hate to be the one to break this to you, but if someone says they're allergic to dust mites, technically that's not accurate. It’s actually their feces that people are allergic to. “It’s not the dust mites themselves, it’s their nasty droppings that cause an allergic response," Hall says. "They contain highly allergenic proteins that trigger asthma or other allergic conditions." Allergist James Sublett, who’s chair of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Indoor Environment Committee, says colonies of dust mites and their excrement are most concentrated in bedrooms and bedding, as well as heavily upholstered furniture. “You can have a lot more dust absorbed in those settings, which then gets stirred up into the air with activity," Sublett says. modern living room by FJ Interior Design Add to ideabook by FJ Interior Design That means that modernists might have an advantage over dust. Flat, solid surfaces, especially flooring, and slick leather furniture are more ideal for keeping dust at bay. A simple wipe-down takes care of a lot of settled dust. If anything, Sublett recommends removing wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms. Here are more ways to keep dust in check: contemporary entry by Terrene Homes Add to ideabook by Terrene Homes Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial." This will help remove some of the bad stuff you track in on your shoes. The best solution, though, is to remove your shoes before entering the home. “Otherwise you will be bringing in nasty chemicals, pollen, dirt and dust straight into your home,” says Hall.
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Get a dust-tracking mat. Look for something that says "anti-microbial."
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