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Think about it. You step onto your bathmat completely wet on the daily. To keep it fresh (and to keep mildew away), hang it to dry after every use, and stick it in the washer once a week.

Your favorite part of the day may be snuggling up to your fur baby, but pet dander traps allergens — which means you're inviting those allergens to your bed. If you can't resist the cuddles, then you should completely shave your dog. Just kidding — just be sure to bathe them once a week.

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Step up your bath game with this tufted bath mat crafted from soft cotton & topped with apropos text. A playful lil' piece for any bathroom space. UO Exclusive.CONTENT + CARE- Cotton- Spot clean- ImportedSIZE- Length: Height:

Not only is wearing shoes indoors a health risk, but it can also increase allergens. Wet leaves bring in mildew and pollutants from grass get trapped on the bottom of shoes. Take your shoes off outside, or put them in a washable tray as soon as you walk in the door.

You may enjoy your beloved fern, but houseplants encourage mold growth. Mold spores live in warm, wet dirt, so limit the amount and time you display them.

Use zippered dust-proof casings for pillows and mattresses. The pore space of such casings is so small that dust mites and their waste products can't get through.

BellFlower 21x34 Bath Rug

This stunning bathmat features subtle rose designs on bold solid color. Crafted of 100-percent cotton and backed by a no-slip latex backing, this mat offers safety and style.