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Bert's Blog™

Bert's Blog™ features anything and everything to do with what is more suitable for those living with asthma and allergies. The blog also presents information for manufacturers aiming to provide products and services for those patients with asthma and allergic diseases.

Bert takes the science of certification and talks about it with you so that all can better understand what it means to be Certified asthma & allergy friendly™. He will also discuss tips, asthma and allergy news and resources, Q&As, newly certified products and services, and more.

Bert's Blog™ will occasionally feature guest bloggers from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Allergy Standards Limited (ASL) who will talk about manufacturer tips, new Certification Standards, and industry news.

Having Trouble Finding Certified Endust Free? Search No More

3.10.16 Endust Free Image Endust SweepstakesI know you know that allergen removal, reduction, and avoidance in the home are vital to an effective asthma and allergy management plan. That means families like yours are actively working to create a cleaner and healthier home.

But we also know it can sometimes be difficult to find products that are scientifically tested to be more suitable for your family.  A common question I get is, “Where can I find Certified asthma & allergy friendly™ Endust Free?  I can’t seem to find it anymore.”

Well I wanted to pass along some great news.  Nakoma is now selling Endust Free on Amazon.com!Endust Free was tested against strict standards to ensure it does not have properties that are likely to trigger your symptoms. The 4-part certification process:

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Cleaning Products That Go Beyond Cleaning

10.22.15 Cleaning Products Image Clean HomeAllergen removal, reduction, and avoidance in the home are now accepted (page 23) as vital parts of an effective asthma and allergy management plan. That means families like yours can help reduce exposure to your triggers by simply working to create a clean and healthy home environment with better indoor air quality (IAQ).

How do I improve my home’s IAQ?

But as I’ve mentioned before, there’s no single product or approach that can improve IAQ on its own. Earlier in the year, we discussed how to reduce allergens and irritants through vacuuming weeklyhiring professional carpet cleaners, and washing bedding weekly with Certified asthma & allergy friendly™ products and services. Today, I’m going to talk about Certified cleaning products.

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