Published on January 29th, 2013 | by Henri0
Treating the source of cat allergies
Q. We recently bought a house, and my wife has had problems with her cat allergies since January when we moved in. We removed the carpets and had the hardwood floors refinished. We have cleaned the radiators and the rest of the house thoroughly. She still has a problem.
A company named Ozone3 has proposed treating the house. We would need to stay out of the house 24 hours. Then when the windows are opened, the treatment chemicals will dissipate harmlessly into the air. I would appreciate any suggestions or thoughts you may have.
A. I have no knowledge of or experience with this company, so I can’t comment on it. But make sure that the chemicals used are not going to make your wife’s allergies worse; it’s fine for the company to tell you that the chemicals will dissipate harmlessly into the air but they are still chemicals.
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