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PollenTEC Allergy Screens Product Review
 
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http://www.aconcordcarpenter.com I suffer from allergies. In fact I suffer so much that I have taken many steps inside my home to reduce allergens . Recently I came across the PollenTEC Allergy Screens and was intrigued enough that I contacted the company and spoke to Paul Honnen about his product. Paul sent me a roll of PollenTEC screen material to review and evaluate. FIRST IMPRESSION: The PollenTEC roll came boxed in the mail as promised and on time. Looking quickly at the screen it looks and feels similar to nylon screening only "silkier." A closer look at the pollenTEC Allergy Screening revealed that it has a tighter weave within the grids. When I held up a sample of the PollenTEC material next to conventional screening there is a marked difference in visibility. According to PollenTEC there is a 30% reduced visibility and air flow with their screening. This is intentional and part of the tight weave that catches airborne pollen and dust particulates. USING PollenTEC SCREENS: Before I installed the PollenTEC screens I conducted an unofficial experiment in my shop. I stretched out a 12" wide by 36" long strop of aluminum, nylon and PollenTEC screen over a barrel. Once stretched out I poured approx. 1/2 cup of flour over each one. The aluminum and fiberglass screens lost most of the flour immediately and all of it when I shaked the screen. The PollenTEC was the only screen that held most of the flour and lost a little less that 1/2 of the flour to shaking the screen. The rest stayed... impressive! [Thanks to George Gussler for the suggestion] Since installing PollenTEC screens in my screen porch the question most people have been asking me is "What is PollenTEC?" PollenTec is a screen material for windows and doors that allows fresh air to flow into your rooms while filtering out up to 99% of air borne pollens. The material will also significantly reduce the amount of dust and other particulate matter from entering through your screens. According to Paul Honnen, "PollenTec is made from 100 percent polyester that is precisely spun and then put through a patented coating process. It is this combination of precisely spun polyester with the patented coating that attracts pollen spores like a magnet and traps them onto the fine, fibrous grid of the material." PollenTEC Proven To Filter Air Born particles: PollenTEC has been certified and hospital tested by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF). The testing results verified that 100% of grass pollens, 99.71% of Birch pollen, 93.1% of Stinging Nettle-pollen, 90.9% of Ragweed pollen were captured. MAINTENANCE The PollenTec material should be cleaned at least once a season and, depending on the amount of pollen in your area, perhaps more often. PollenTec material can be cleaned with a mild detergent and a garden hose. You can even vacuum it with a soft brush attachment. COST: PollenTEC can be purchased as ready-made screens or in rolls for a do-it-yourself home improvement project. PollenTEC costs about four to five times more than standard screens. With PollenTEC screens you will no longer need to run your AC during the pollen season which can be a huge energy and cost savings! The average cost per window screen is nine square feet or 36" x 36" costing $45.00 Which equates to $4.50 to $5.25 per square foot depending on quantity purchased. OVERALL IMPRESSION: PollenTEC was easy to install, and looks great! I found it very similar to convectional fiberglass screening. As far as difficulty I would rate this an easy to moderate DIY project. Once the screens were in there was a reduced visibility and a slight blurry appearance to objects depending on the lighting. The reduced visibility does provide additional privacy which was an unexpected benefit. So far visitors to my screen porch have not noticed a difference in the screen until I bring it up. Although it is not the heavy pollen season, I do feel that dust and pollen particulate has decreased as a result of the screens. This screening material could possibly be the "silver bullet" that all of us allergy sufferers have been longing for. This review contains my opinion of a product. I take pride in providing my readers with an honest and objective information as well as a practical approach to using a product. I never accept payment in exchange for a positive review. Many of the tools and products are provided to for free by a manufacturer for review.
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PollenTEC Allergy Screen Installation
 
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Read review: http://www.aconcordcarpenter.com/?p=394 I suffer from allergies. In fact I suffer so much that I have taken many steps inside my home to reduce allergens . Recently I came across the PollenTEC Allergy Screens and was intrigued enough that I contacted the company and spoke to Paul Honnen about his product. Paul sent me a roll of PollenTEC screen material to review and evaluate. FIRST IMPRESSION: The PollenTEC roll came boxed in the mail as promised and on time. Looking quickly at the screen it looks and feels similar to nylon screening only "silkier." A closer look at the pollenTEC Allergy Screening revealed that it has a tighter weave within the grids. When I held up a sample of the PollenTEC material next to conventional screening there is a marked difference in visibility. According to PollenTEC there is a 30% reduced visibility and air flow with their screening. This is intentional and part of the tight weave that catches airborne pollen and dust particulates. USING PollenTEC SCREENS: Before I installed the PollenTEC screens I conducted an unofficial experiment in my shop. I stretched out a 12" wide by 36" long strop of aluminum, nylon and PollenTEC screen over a barrel. Once stretched out I poured approx. 1/2 cup of flour over each one. The aluminum and fiberglass screens lost most of the flour immediately and all of it when I shaked the screen. The PollenTEC was the only screen that held most of the flour and lost a little less that 1/2 of the flour to shaking the screen. The rest stayed... impressive! [Thanks to George Gussler for the suggestion] Since installing PollenTEC screens in my screen porch the question most people have been asking me is "What is PollenTEC?" PollenTec is a screen material for windows and doors that allows fresh air to flow into your rooms while filtering out up to 99% of air borne pollens. The material will also significantly reduce the amount of dust and other particulate matter from entering through your screens. According to Paul Honnen, "PollenTec is made from 100 percent polyester that is precisely spun and then put through a patented coating process. It is this combination of precisely spun polyester with the patented coating that attracts pollen spores like a magnet and traps them onto the fine, fibrous grid of the material." PollenTEC Proven To Filter Air Born particles: PollenTEC has been certified and hospital tested by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF). The testing results verified that 100% of grass pollens, 99.71% of Birch pollen, 93.1% of Stinging Nettle-pollen, 90.9% of Ragweed pollen were captured. MAINTENANCE The PollenTec material should be cleaned at least once a season and, depending on the amount of pollen in your area, perhaps more often. PollenTec material can be cleaned with a mild detergent and a garden hose. You can even vacuum it with a soft brush attachment. COST: PollenTEC can be purchased as ready-made screens or in rolls for a do-it-yourself home improvement project. PollenTEC costs about four to five times more than standard screens. With PollenTEC screens you will no longer need to run your AC during the pollen season which can be a huge energy and cost savings! The average cost per window screen is nine square feet or 36" x 36" costing $45.00 Which equates to $4.50 to $5.25 per square foot depending on quantity purchased. OVERALL IMPRESSION: PollenTEC was easy to install, and looks great! I found it very similar to convectional fiberglass screening. As far as difficulty I would rate this an easy to moderate DIY project. Once the screens were in there was a reduced visibility and a slight blurry appearance to objects depending on the lighting. The reduced visibility does provide additional privacy which was an unexpected benefit. So far visitors to my screen porch have not noticed a difference in the screen until I bring it up. Although it is not the heavy pollen season, I do feel that dust and pollen particulate has decreased as a result of the screens. This screening material could possibly be the "silver bullet" that all of us allergy sufferers have been longing for. This review contains my opinion of a product. I take pride in providing my readers with an honest and objective information as well as a practical approach to using a product. I never accept payment in exchange for a positive review. Many of the tools and products are provided to for free by a manufacturer for review.
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PollenTec Allergy Screen
 
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Pollen screen for windows and doors. Keeps pollen out, lets fresh air in. PollenTec is a newly developed screen material for windows and doors that allows fresh air to flow into your rooms while filtering out up to 100% of air born pollens. The material will also signafently reduce the amount of dust and other particulate matter from entering. Distribution in North America was launched in 2008 with great success. PollenTec won the 2009 Chrystal Achievement Award form Window and door magazine for the most innovative window component. Certified and hospital tested by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF).
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PollenTec  Allergy  Screen
 
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Pollen screen for windows and doors. Keeps pollen out, lets fresh air in. PollenTec is a newly developed screen material for windows and doors that allows fresh air to flow into your rooms while filtering out up to 100% of air born pollens. The material will also signafently reduce the amount of dust and other particulate matter from entering. Distribution in North America was launched in 2008 with great success. PollenTec won the 2009 Chrystal Achievement Award form Window and door magazine for the most innovative window component. Certified and hospital tested by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF).
Просмотров: 5985 Paul Honnen
Allergy Solutions Pollentec
 
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The Problem One out of every five people in the U.S. (more than 63 million) has allergy or asthma symptoms. Two of the top 10 best-selling prescription drugs in the U.S. are designed to treat people with asthma and allergies. These consumers are paying big money ($10-$15 billion every year) to alleviate and prevent asthma and allergy symptoms. Indoor air quality plays a big part in the severity of asthma and allergies. The Solution Eco Air Filters and window screens made with PollenTEC from Advanced Eco Filtration. The proprietary PollenTEC fabric has been independently tested and certified in a hospital clean room setting by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation. PollenTEC filters up to 100 percent of pollens and other harmful particles before they enter a home or office.
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Allergy Solutions Pollentec
 
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The Problem One out of every five people in the U.S. (more than 63 million) has allergy or asthma symptoms. Two of the top 10 best-selling prescription drugs in the U.S. are designed to treat people with asthma and allergies. These consumers are paying big money ($10-$15 billion every year) to alleviate and prevent asthma and allergy symptoms. Indoor air quality plays a big part in the severity of asthma and allergies. The Solution Eco Air Filters and window screens made with PollenTEC from Advanced Eco Filtration. The proprietary PollenTEC fabric has been independently tested and certified in a hospital clean room setting by the European Center for Allergy Research Foundation. PollenTEC filters up to 100 percent of pollens and other harmful particles before they enter a home or office.
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Sleep Tips for Allergy Sufferers
 
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People spend a considerable part of their lives sleeping and as anyone who suffers from allergies knows all too well, it can be a real challenge getting a good night’s rest when symptoms flare up. Lack of sleep can impact a person’s immune system, cause fatigue, poor performance in school or at work, increase absenteeism and even cause depression in some people. Taking over-the-counter medicines or prescription drugs can help, but so too can minimizing exposure to allergens in your bedroom and even the bed itself. Here are some tips on reducing exposure to allergens in the bedroom. • Dust mites thrive in warm and humid environments and are often present in mattresses, pillows, carpets, upholstered furniture, bedcovers, clothes, stuffed toys, and fabric and fabric-covered items. Regularly clean pillow cases, sheets and bed coverings in hot water and use high heat to dry them to kill and remove dust mites. There are also special dust mite covers for bedding materials which may help. • Dander from pets can cause allergies so avoid allowing your pet in your bedroom and do not allow pets to sleep on the bed. • If cockroaches are present, treat and clean the home because many people are allergic to their body parts and waste. • Mold thrives in conditions with high humidity or due to water damage. In fact, mold can begin to grow in as short as 48 hours on many materials when conditions are suitable. • A cool and dry environment helps most people sleep and helps to minimize dust mites. An air conditioner or a dehumidifier can help achieve a pleasant sleep environment. • In some regions, primarily during the winter, adding moisture with a humidifier can help with dry skin and respiratory issues when the air is exceptionally dry. However, be sure to following the manufacturer’s instructions to keep it clean and prevent mold and bacteria from growing or making the room too humid. • Regularly change out the home’s air filters and if necessary, consider using a separate air cleaner for the bedroom. • Pollen is a common allergen so keep plants out of bedrooms and windows closed when there are high levels of outdoor pollen. Also shower before going to bed to rinse any pollen off your body. • Regularly vacuum using a machine with a HEPA filter and don’t forget to dust. Also clean items that may hold large amounts of dust, such as window curtains, which are often overlooked. • Stuffed animals in a bed can contain allergens such as dust mites, so frequently wash them and perhaps minimize the number allowed. • Some people may be allergic to feather pillows and feather beds so consider allergen-resistant bedding options. • Use environmentally friendly fabric detergents with no scents or fragrances as some people can react to common chemicals and fragrances found in some popular detergents. These are just a few things to consider for the indoor environment of bedrooms that can impact people with allergies hoping for a good night’s sleep. To learn more about this or other indoor air quality, health and safety, occupational or environmental issues, please visit the websites shown on the screen. Clark Seif Clark http://www.csceng.com EMSL Analytical, Inc. http://www.emsl.com Indoor Environmental Consultants, Inc. http://www.iecinc.net LA Testing http://www.latesting.com Zimmetry Environmental http://www.zimmetry.com Healthy Indoors Magazine http://www.iaq.net Hudson Douglas Public Adjusters http://HudsonDouglasPublicAdjusters.com
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Reducing Allergies at Home : Reducing Allergies: Shutting  Windows
 
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Keep windows shut in the summer time and use air conditioning. Get expert tips on why keeping windows shut reduce allergies in the home in this free video. Expert: Audra Hartwig Bio: Audra Hartwig is an expert on environmental allergies having been a long time sufferer. Filmmaker: Travis Waack
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Woman Removed From Plane After Claiming She Was Allergic To Dogs On Board
 
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It was a harrowing scene as a woman was forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines plane. She claimed to have a life-threatening allergy to pets, and there were two dogs on board. When she couldn't produce medical documents, she was asked to get off, but refused. Some passengers were horrified, while others pleaded with her to calm down. Southwest Airlines says passengers who say they cannot travel safely with pets must produce a medical certificate, and called the incident "disheartening."
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80% Of Allergies Linked To Household Dust Mites
 
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Common household dust mites may be a factor in as many as 80% of asthmas, hay fevers and other allergic ailments, according to Allergy UK. The tiny bugs infest our beds, with the average bed hosting between 10 thousand and 10 million dust mites. Their highly allergenic droppings can cause us untold problems -- particularly as a trigger for asthma. Yet of the 20 million people in the UK who suffer from allergies or asthma -- a third of the population -- many are completely unaware that dust mites are a contributing factor. Just half a millimetre in length and creamy white in colour, individual dust mites are hard to see but are so prolific that they and their waste can account for as much as 10% of a two-year old pillow. New research by You Gov for HoMedics shows that one in four people change their pillows every two years. On discovering the uncomfortable truth about dust mites, nearly half of the people surveyed resolved to change how frequently they change their pillows. Dust mites and their waste can double the weight of a mattress over a ten-year period -- not exactly comforting news for the one in ten of us who have indeed used the same mattress for a decade. Dust mites don't like being too cold or too hot, and they love humid conditions. With this in mind, there are many simple steps we can take to evict them from their comfort zone during the annual Spring clean. Simply leaving windows open for extended periods and vacuuming regularly can make a significant difference, as can changing over to specific types of bedding and flooring materials that dust mites can't settle in. You should always use a mattress protector that offers complete four way protection against dust mites and their waste, as well as bacteria, fluids and stains. Dust mites are more than just creepy and unpleasant -- they are harmful to our wellbeing and that of our children, four in ten of whom suffer from allergies. Clearly, it's time to flush out these horrible little stowaways once and for all. Click the link below for the facts about dust mites, and about how you can make sure that the only creature that gets to snuggle down in your mattress from now on is you. For more information visit http://www.nationalgrid.com
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JoshHobbs.com 90% vs 80% Solar Window Screen Pros & Cons
 
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http://www.joshhobbs.com/ 90% vs 80% Solar Window Screen Pros & Cons. In the Austin TX area we install 80% and 90% solar window screens, this video illustrates the differences between the two.
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Dazy's dinner for her food allergies
 
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5 Things to Help with Allergies
 
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Allergy attacks can be exhausting, debilitating and frustrating. Here are some discoveries about what successfully stops my allergy attacks. Try these 5 things that are helping me hugely. To read more: check out http://www.thrivewithmorella.com/blog-feature/
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How it works - Technoweb™ Window Screen
 
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Technoweb™ Nano Window Screen is a totally new home-care product applying nanofiber technology to the conventional mosquito net. This innovative product is completely filtering out all the external air pollutants including micro-fine dust and pollen grain. It also maintains high-quality indoor air and protects human health from outside pollutants.
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WINDOW PROTECTION FOR INDOOR CATS! | CHRIS & EVE
 
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We installed a pet screen window protection to prevent the boys from escaping! x For daily updates of our cats, see our Instagram: CHRISANDEVE or search Turbo & Jet British Shorthair Follow/Subscribe to us to see what we get up to in our hectic lives x Subscribe: http://youtube.com/eveandchris Twitter: http://twitter.com/chrisevetweets Instagram: http://instagram.com/chrisandeve POSTAL ADDRESS: Chris & Eve PO Box 178 Rottingdean BRIGHTON BN51 9FF If you've read the whole of this description then comment below what country you are from! :) xx This is not a sponsored video.
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Aluminum Screen Manufacturers Inc - Las Vegas, NV
 
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Aluminum Screen Manufacturers Inc 702-643-3034 http://www.yellowbook.com/profile/aluminum-screen-manufacturers-inc_1845647134.html
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THE SIMS 4 SEASONS — BLIZZARDS, ALLERGIES, HAIL/FOG, & MORE! (Q&A) ☀️🍁❄️🌻 — NEWS & INFO
 
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For allergy or asthma sufferers.
 
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ADFORS Pollen Guard Screen
 
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Short video provides features and benefits of using ADFORS Pollen Guard screen in your windows and doors to block up to 50% more allergens from entering your home.
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Technoweb™ Window Screen in GS Shop
 
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Finetex Technoweb™ Window Screen has been running on GS Shop since April 25, 2018.
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Medical Minute - Allergies
 
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Dr. Marjorie Broussand, CHRISTUS Group Practice, Family Medicine Center discusses allergies and ways to combat the effects of seasonal allergies. There's more mold growth inside and outside your home. Flowers, trees, weeds, and grasses also begin to blossom. And spring cleaning will stir up dust mites throughout the house as well. Keep Pollen Under Control To tame pollen, wash bedding every week in hot water. Wash your hair and shower before going to bed, since pollen can accumulate in hair. Clean Every Surface Wear a mask and gloves when cleaning, vacuuming, or painting to limit dust and chemical exposure. Vacuum twice a week. Wash Rugs Limit throw rugs to reduce dust and mold. If you do have rugs, make sure they are washable. Keep Indoor Air Clean Keep windows closed to reduce pollen entering the house. Change filters in air conditioning units and vents frequently this time of year. Consider Allergy Medicine Talk to your doctor about a seasonal allergy drug that may be appropriate for your symptoms.
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How to be your pets best friend
 
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Breaking Car Window In The Hood PRANK!!
 
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Standard Fiberglass Screen | Phifer Inc.
 
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Phifer Standard Fiberglass Insect Screen: • Traditional window and door screening • Offers good ventilation and insect protection • Suitable for all window screen and patio screen door applications • Available in Charcoal and Silver Gray __________________ Please SUBSCRIBE to our Channel! ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcdAaIhbFCVAI01vd2_sI3w?view_as=subscriber Want to see more of our products? Click Here: ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsS44DeiY1Iv_eWIF9p_hPFbcBwniWkVu Please SHARE this Video! ► https://youtu.be/bkFYezUGwtA __________________ Connect with us to receive more helpful and promotional information: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/PhiferIncorporated Twitter ► https://twitter.com/phiferinc Website ► http://www.phifer.com/ ____________________ Thank you for your support. We appreciate your comments, likes and favorites. If you find anything helpful or like something ► please SHARE it! ____________________ Phifer’s standard fiberglass insect screening is the most widely used screen among the many options available in the windows and doors market. Made with a protective vinyl coating in standard charcoal and gray colors, fiberglass screening by Phifer ensures lasting beauty and is simple to clean. Phifer Standard Fiberglass insect screening is produced under the most exacting conditions to meet extremely rigid specifications. Fiberglass is noncombustible and will not rust, corrode or stain. Dark fiberglass screens offer the best outward visibility of the product line and all fiberglass screens offer good ventilation. The durable mesh construction of Phifer’s standard fiberglass mesh makes it an easy product for the Do It Yourself fabricator when building or replacing screens in windows, doors or porches. It’s corrosion resistant properties makes it an ideal choice for coastal and high humidity climates. Made in the U.S.A, Phifer is the leading manufacturer of aluminum, fiberglass and polyester insect screening. All screening products are GREENGUARD Gold Indoor Air Quality certified. Ask for fiberglass insect screening by Phifer. Setting the standard for your insect screening needs for over 60 years.
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WCIU
 
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Dust mitt vs window screens
 
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Dust mitt vs window screens
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Fiberglass window screen/fly screen/sineklik/insect screen from China direct factory
 
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Fiberglass window screen/fly screen/sineklik/insect screen from China direct factory Mobile/Viber/Line/Whatsapp: +0086-15131852747/// E-mail: katherine8808@outlook.com/// Skype: fiberkatherine Wuqiang Yong Hong Fiberglass Products Co., Ltd. is a specialized factory to manufacture high quality fiberglass fly screening/fiberglass mosquito netting/mosquito mesh. The fly screen manufactured by our factory has strong tensile strength, corrosion resistant and fire resistant. If you are interested in our products or company, please contact Miss. Katherine Yang.
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Xtra-Pine Removes Dust and Grime from Screen Windows
 
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Instructional video. Xtra-Pine removes dust and grime from screen windows.
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Allergy Air Purifier for Asthma
 
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Does an Allergy Air Purifier for asthma really help? A former asthmatic and allergy expert from http://www.aliveair.com weighs in on Public Radio.. We’re talking with Mark Richardson of Alive Air Purifiers. How are you? Mark: I'm good. WISN: Great thank you for fitting me in your schedule. I was just looking around for air purifier when I ran across your Allergy Cure Book. This is fascinating - I want to talk about this. So what I want to do is spend about 10 minutes talking about air purifiers - what people should look for, especially, this time a year because a lot of folks now are closing up the windows, and they’re dealing with a lot of dust and allergens from the leaves that are falling. Mark: That's what I do. WISN: Great. Well, let’s start off by talking about your Guide to Natural Allergy and Asthma Relief. This was not just something you decided to write for fun. Mark: When I was a young child of 6 I had severe asthma and allergies and ended up at an allergist who gave me shots every week. It didn’t help. At age 9 I started taking herbs. I wondered why I'm different than people without asthma. This was mid-seventies. I started buying air purifiers. I was experimenting with anything to get rid of asthma and allergies, not just alleviate it. I wanted to breathe. WISN: Right. That’s what some of us in the office are talking about because a lot of us here are allergy sufferers. We’re all experimenting. And I just moved to Milwaukee about a year and a half ago and the pollens here are different than the ones I experienced in central Pennsylvania. So you have to mix and match and try different things, and not all medicines work for everyone. The problem with air purifiers - there are so many that do different things for different allergens. If you have an allergy say to pet dander, one type may not work for you. If you're allergic to pollen say from trees, well, that might not work. So where do you start looking for an air purifier? Mark: That's a good question because I get thousands of calls from people wondering what purifier they should get. My initial response is, “What allergies do have? That's going to determine the technology.” There are 9 basic technologies that all do something a little bit different. I’ll start with pollen and dust allergies. With those kind of molecules what you want to look for first is a HEPA filter. A HEPA filter is a cloth filter which captures pollen and your dust. It’s the only way to get rid of pollen and dust from the air effectively. And the thing to watch for is the replacement filter costs. I’ve seen the HEPA filters as much as $120. So, you need to shop smart on the back end as well as on the front end by looking at filter costs. WISN: Yes, I think that’s a great analogy. We spend, you know, 12 hours a day in our home and eight hours of those sleeping. It’s really important to have you the ability to breathe while you're sleeping. A lot of folks, you know, they deal with the CPAP machines now for sleep apnea and things like that. But if they could open those airways naturally it would be a lot easier. How about allergies?. Mark: Let’s say someone has an allergy to or are sensitive to chemicals or odors then you’ll probably want to look for a machine that has carbon and/or zeolite. They’re just minerals that have a charge to them and a lot a little tiny pores inside the mineral. But they're actually going to trap gases and those have to be replaced every four to six months depending on the size, too. But if you’ve got chemical or odor sensitivity that would be the route to go for that kind of sensitivity. The next, let’s say you have pets or are allergic to pets, well then, besides the HEPA, which is going to catch a lot of the dander and hair, it would also be good to find one that has a.. pre-filter which is just like a washable screen. It’s going to make the HEPA last longer, but it's going to capture pet dander and hair, as well. So, that’s kind of a way to get better use out of the HEPA filter. WISN: Well, it's just like the the screens like prospectors use. It’s got the big big holes on top then the smaller holes as you go down in order to you know catch the different sized pieces. Mark: When I was a kid I had like four different machines in my room. I had a little negative ionizer, I’ll talk about that in one second. I had a HEPA filter. I had an electrostatic. I had a UV bulb to kill germs and bacteria. So, it's good to find a machine, now, let’s say you’re allergic to pollen so you’ll want to get HEPA to get pollen out of the air. But all the things that are in the air, except the air itself, are things that kind of compromise the immune system. So this can affect your allergies, even if you’re just allergic to one thing it's good to get a multiple technology unit. continued at http://www.aliveair.com
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LOW COST HIGH QUALITY HOME AIR PURIFIER ASTHMA FLU ALLERGIES POLLEN NEW BABY HOSPICE HEALTHY LIVING
 
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EVERYONE CAN BENEFIT FROM CLEANER AIR INSIDE YOUR HOME. IF YOU HAVE BREATHING ISSUES, ALLERGIES, OR JUST HAVE A DUSTY HOUSE, THIS IDEA WILL HELP YOU!!! YOU CAN BUY THE CHEAP $1 FILTERS TO JUST REMOVE DUST, OR BUY A BETTER FILTER FOR MORE AIR CLEANSING. JUST TAPE A 20X20X1 HOME FURNACE AIR FILTER ON THE BACK OF A 20X20 FAN, AND SEE HOW FILTHY IT GETS IN A FEW SHORT WEEKS!!! NOTE, THE FAN NEEDS TO HAVE THE CONROLS ON THE TOP!!! TOTAL PRICE FOR BOTH IS ABOUT $34 AT WALMART, AND IT OUT PERFORMS AIR PURIFIERS COSTING OVER $300!!!! MOVE FROM ROOM TO ROOM, LEAVE ON WHILE YOU ARE AT WORK, OR BUY A FEW OF THESE IF YOU ARE SICK/HAVE BAD ALLERGIES. THESE REALLY WORK!!!!! GREAT FOR NEW INFANTS, KEEP THOSE BABY LUNGS CLEAN!!! PLEASE TRY THIS, I CAN'T RECOMMEND IT ENOUGH TO YOU. AFTER A MONTH OR TWO YOU WILL BE ABLE TO THROW AWAY THE DIRTY FILTER, AND BREATH MUCH EASIER. HIGH AIR FLOW THROUGH A HUGE FILTER EQUALS CLEAN AIR!!! THANKS FOR WATCHING, KEITH IN ARIZONA
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The World's Smartest Window Fan with Integrated Filter
 
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The world’s first smart window fan that eliminates dust and pollen and automatically syncs with AC
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Springing into action against hay fever
 
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After what has felt like a very long winter, spring has finally sprung. Good news for most people, but an abrupt change in seasons means a bumper crop of pollen in the air and that is bad news for people who suffer from hay fever. Doctors advise people who are allergic to take preventative medicine and to make sure they always carry anti-inflammatory asthma drugs, if needed. Doctor Eckard Hamelmann, a pediatric allergist, explained how to protect a patient's environment from pollen: "My advice: don't open the windows overnight. When you come home, take a shower and wash your hair- if you have any left - and perhaps change your clothes, so that you can get the pollen out of you and create a 'pollen free area' at home, especially during the night." Allergies have been on the rise in the West over the past few decades. Increases in allergic asthma began in the 1960s, with further rises in the 80s and 90s. But developing countries have not seen this pattern. Dr Hamelmann said: "There's the so-called 'hygiene hypothesis', which says that an immune system that was not sufficiently trained during the early years, has the effect that harmless substances in the environment or food are considered as something dangerous and will cause an allergic reaction against them". This theory also explains the lower incidence of hay fever and eczema in children from larger families. The use of anti-bacterial products has also been associated with a higher incidence of asthma. Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe, euronews knowledge gives YouTubers amazing access into the scientists labs and research fields, including more about allergies! Subscribe to euronews knowledge and receive, twice a week, a shot of space videos on Mondays and sci-tech videos on Wednesdays http://eurone.ws/Y9QTy3
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10 Handy Dusting Tips! Easy & Quick Ways How to Dust Your Home (Clean My Space)
 
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Maker's Cleaning Cloths: http://MakersClean.com Subscribe for a Cleaner Life! http://bit.ly/CleanMySpaceYT Join the CleanMySpace.com Community! http://bit.ly/JoinOurSpace5 Do you want to know how to make your dreaded dusting easier and quicker? Cleaning Expert, Melissa Maker, shares her 10 favourite dusting secrets with you. Visit http://www.cleanmyspace.com for the full post. #*#*#*JOIN OUR COMMUNITY#*#*#* BLOG: http://bit.ly/JoinOurSpace5 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cleanmyspace Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cleanmyspace Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/cleanmyspace We love herding your stories, seeing your messy/clean pics and answering your questions! I take the time each week to review all the comments on our YouTube channel, blog, Facebook page, Twitter feed, etc. There are a copious amount of requests for dusting cheats. Here are 10 quickies that will cut your cleaning time and most of them won't cost you much. I'm all about figuring out shortcuts that will not affect the outcome of the task, or better yet, improve upon it altogether. So in no particular order, here you go: 10 - Ceiling fans and light fixtures - use a bendable duster to do this, you won't need a ladder (unless you have really high ceilings), you can bend to suit any light configuration (including a ceiling fan, just bend 90 degrees), and you can remove the cover and machine wash. I got this one at Wal Mart and it cost me under 8 bucks. 9 - Corners, moldings and door frames - spiderwebs and dust aplenty here. This area usually goes ignored, but here's the laziest, easiest way to do it. Grab a mop pole and old sport sock, flip the sock inside out and place over the end of the mop pole. Now, you've got an amazing high-duster! You can also use microfiber cloth secured around the pole with an elastic band. 8 - Walls - we get asked this a lot. I personally don't dust my walls, but if it is something that needs to be done, you can simply use a flat head mop (like a Swiffer) and use a Microfiber cloth sprayed with a bit of water. No need to use an expensive product here! Simply work the tool up and down the wall using a 'W' pattern to save time and energy and to ensure you are covering the entire space. 7 - Bathroom vents - these get super dusty - they run for a long time and suck up tons of dust. The next time you're cleaning, use your vacuum with brush attachment to suck up the dust. Now, your vents won't look like those of a mechanic's shop. 6 - Baseboards - revert to trick # 9, use a mop pole with a cloth or old sock attached to it, lightly sprayed. No more bending down, no more tough work. This makes the job so much easier and also allows you to access hard-to-reach areas like behind furniture. 5 - Delicate items - to clean ornaments, antique pieces, silk flowers or small delicate trinkets, lightly mist a small paintbrush and use that to do detailed dusting. 4 - Dust in the right direction - dust is like snow; it falls from the top to the bottom. So, when dusting, start with the highest items and work your way down to the lowest. If you don't, you'll have to repeat your work. Another good thing to keep in mind is to work in a spiral formation - working clockwise tackle all four corners and mouldings, then move down and dust all tops of frames, etc, lower again to dust all table tops and finally all baseboards. Then vacuum. Do you see how this allows no dust to fall on an already cleaned area? 3 - Use microfiber cloths - I've been spouting off about them for years. I can't understand why you would dust with anything else - it makes you spend more time cleaning! A microfiber cloth is electrostatically charged, meaning it literally attracts dust. It is also highly absorbent so it can last longer during your cleaning task. They won't leave lint or dust behind and leave surfaces streak-free. 2 - Clean your ducts every 5 years. That's a huge source of dust and allergens and if you have had renovations recently or have lived in the house after someone else has, this is the ultimate form of dusting. A vehicle will come by and vacuum your vents out, leaving no residual dust in the home environment due to dirty vents. 1 - To vacuum delicate areas or areas where you can't see, vacuum with a pantyhose covered dust brush. The nozzle can now collect dust while using a dust brush without running the risk of sucking up valuables or items you don't want vacuumed up! Hope that has helped you - what are your dusting tips?
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Here you can see all the funny moments of Drake and Josh, It's hilarious! Hope you're enjoying!
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Diamond Certified Experts: Window Screen Options
 
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Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning on purchasing or replacing your screens, you’ll first want to know your options. Today, we’re in San Rafael with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, James Hislop of Wesco Screen Company to learn more. Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, James Hislop: There are many options when it comes to buying screens. Most commonly, people purchase conventional fiberglass screen material for their windows. But, if you need something stronger, you can get PVC-coated pet screen. It will keep the cats and dogs from ruining your screen doors. Alternatively, if you need to preserve your view, there are materials called UltraVue or SeeVue, which are five and six times more transparent than conventional screen material. And then, there are solar shade screens that you can purchase. They’ll block up to 95% of the UV and heat gain. And then, there’s a product called PollenTEC. PollenTEC is a European weave and it blocks up to 99.9% of airborne pollens, which has been a godsend for many allergy sufferers. Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.
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Cleaning With Certified Asthma & Allergy Friendly™ Products - Designing Spaces
 
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Asthma and allergies affect 1 out of every 4 people. And they impact 1 out of every 3 households. Designing Spaces sits down with Michelle Cassalia from the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America to discuss solutions for reducing asthma and allergy triggers in your home. First, Michelle explains how the foundation is helping people who suffer from asthma and allergies, including providing practical allergy information and tools to families, patients, parents, healthcare providers and policymakers. Michelle also discusses actions you can take to help keep the exposure to asthma triggers at a minimum, including vacuums and cleaning products that help reduce dust and other allergens in the home, from the living room to the bedrooms. People with asthma and allergies can live in healthier homes just by making a few cleaning-routine changes. Visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv Like: https://www.facebook.com/DSpacesTV Follow: https://twitter.com/DSpacesTV #DesigningSpaces 102397
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Cleaning your Window and Door Screens
 
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Looking for a way to save on your energy bill? Window screens and screen doors allow breezes to come through so you can turn off your costly air conditioner. Maintaining your screens will help extend their lives as well as allow better air-flow. To clean your window and door screens gently rub them with a mild detergent and a soft rag or brush then rinse with water. Screens & Things offers many different options for window and door screen repair and replacement. Call Screens & Things today at [808] 836-1333 for your screen, window and door needs or visit them online at screensandthings.net. Once again, that's [808] 836-1333.
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Using a smart device equipped with MatrixScan technology, users can search entire shelves of product to identify items containing specific allergens. Augmented reality overlays enable users to see product allergen information right on the smart device screen. Learn more about how Scandit is helping to drive innovation in the Retail industry: https://www.scandit.com/industries/retail/
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In the winter, keep drapes and blinds on your south-facing windows open during the day to allow the sunlight to warm your home and closed at night to reduce the chill and drafts. Replace your screens with storm windows to provide an extra barrier to the cold outside air and/or install low-cost, clear plastic window sheeting over leaking windows. For more heating tips go to http://www.dteenergy.com/winter.
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Norwex Dust Mitt  (wet) on screen door
 
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Easily remove pollen, dust, danger and dirt that contribute to nasty allergies just with a wipe of this super awesome mitt. For more info email me calm.lm.cleaninmama@gmail.com Or visit lyndsiemcmillen.norwex.biz to get your own.
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Replacing your Epi-NOW Allergy Emergency Kit Window
 
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Brandon Wilson demonstrates how to replace the "break-glass" window on the Epi-NOW! Allergy Emergency Kit cabinet.
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Watch what happen when you move around this window, Magic! ------------------------------------------------------------- Creating a Knowledge Sharing Culture Sherif Afifi
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It's Indoor Allergy Season!
 
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Outdoor allergies may be seasonal, but it's indoor allergy season year-round. The EPA estimates that indoor air could actually be 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outdoors. Maid Brigade Consumer Health Advocate Marie Stegner outlines the common culprits in indoor air pollution, especially allergy and asthma triggers. She also interviews Leslie Reichert, "The Cleaning Coach," for tips on keeping your home green and clean all year!
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Sun Screens in Peoria, AZ 85331
 
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http://www.SouthwestSunScreens.com Sun Screens in Peoria, AZ 85331 - Peoria Arizona's Professional Window Screen Company Installs Solar Screens. Mention this video for $100 OFF when you screen your whole home!
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How to Rescreen a Porch
 
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Join the Mother/Daughter team of Vicki & Steph as we take you through the steps and techniques needed to re-screen Steph’s porch. (Click ‘Show More’ for materials, tools, and tips) Watch how it's holding up- 2 years later: https://youtu.be/aCKXALCPwuI Materials: - Screen—it comes in rolls - Spline—there are various diameters and lengths—the 100 yard bag was the most economical - Spline Mouse Tools: - Needle nose and flat nose pliers—used to pull the spline - Various hook tools—used to pry away old spline. Please note: brace yourself as you remove the spline so you don’t lose your balance and wear gloves to avoid cuts. - Straight Edge Knife—used to cut screen to size, trim new screen, can also be used to cut spline - Scissors—another tool to cut screen/spline - Gaff tape - Cleaning supplies/caulk as your project requires—we found a few places that needed caulking and lots that needed cleaning! Research ahead of time the kind of screen you want to use and then head off to the Big Box store for your supplies and tools. You will need a buddy to help keep the screen aligned and square as the spline is rolled into place. Be sure to go back over the spline to be sure it is tightly in place. We basically did the top first, sides, and then the bottom. Please note: we are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motherdaughterprojects
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JoshHobbs.com Solar Screen installation for a pop-in side-by-side Windows
 
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JoshHobbs.com With this video we are illustrating how we install our pop-in Solar Screens into a side-by-side window. A pop-in solar screen installs into a windows frame that allows for a full size screen to pop in to it. This means there is a lip at the top of the window and a lip at the bottom of the window that a full size screen will pop in to. We build these kind of solar screens with springs at the top and pull tabs at the botom allowing for easy inside easy customer removal. Cedar Park TX
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Cricket-allergic Boss turns into a Completely Boss!
 
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While employees concentrate on what's happening on the cricket pitch, the only 'pitch' that the boss can think about...is the client's! Check out what turned Mr. Aditya Agarwal from being a Cricket-despising Boss to Completely Boss!
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We are proud to introduce our new innovative nanofiber products such as face mask, cosmetics, window screen to the consumer market. The product images used in this clip are intended to help understand customers about Finetex EnE's products. There may be some differences between products shown in this clip and actual products.
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AC Allergies Las Vegas
 
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http://alaskanquality.com/when-do-you-require-las-vegas-air-conditioning-repair/ AC Allergies Las Vegas by Alaskan Quality heating & air. In this video Chris talks about the importance of regular air conditioner maintenance in Las Vegas where the summer heat can burn out your ac unit.
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