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Evict allergens from the home with better cleaning

No matter the climate, country or city, allergens live in the home all year round. While no home can be completely allergen-free, proper cleaning on a regular basis can help reduce the number of allergens – and symptoms suffered as a result. Here are some tips for reducing the risk of itchy throats, watery eyes and sinus problems.

Give your loved ones a cleaner and healthier home with these appliances

They are a part of the environment and play a role in nature, but rarely do they have a place in your home. Mould is usually found outdoors, helping to break down fallen leaves and trees. When they make their way into your house however, it may be time to bring out the cleaning tools.

Filtering the myths of vacuum suction

When picking out a vacuum, appliance manufacturers are apt to tout two particular features – the vacuum’s suction power and its high wattage. But while important, the power of a vacuum’s suction and wattage do not tell the entire story when it comes to keeping your home spic and span.

Thoughtful Design: The Vacuum

It’s his job to think of you.

Simon Bradford is Electrolux’s Head of Global Design of Small Appliances at Electrolux, where he oversees the design of small appliances. This includes popular vacuums such as the Ergorapido, UltraSilencer and UltraActive.

Upping the green ante through recycling plastics

The green movement has been around for decades but it’s taken man some time to realise and act on the devastating effects that industrialisation and consumerism have had on planet Earth. The quest to make life seemingly better has had some consequences on the world we inhabit.

Revolutionising the way you clean

Unlike Darwin’s theory of evolution, there really is nothing natural about how the trusty vacuum cleaner has evolved over time. In fact, it all started in 1908, when a Swedish businessman by the name of Axel Wenner-Gren was out walking in Vienna, and caught sight of an awkward-looking vacuum cleaner in a shop window and resolved to find a way to make it accessible for everyone to use in their home.