Stuffed Toys – A Trigger Of Allergies and Asthma.
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Stuffed Toys – A Trigger Of Allergies and Asthma.

Stuffed Toys – A Trigger Of Allergies and Asthma.

Stuffed toys collect plenty of dust and germs while they are being carried everywhere by your kids. These toys could hence be a source of infection and allergies for your child. Here are some tips on how to sanitize your kid’s stuffed toys!!

For Machine-Washable Toys

  • Wash your child’s stuffed toys in hot water every other week
  • You can place them in a pillowcase or lingerie bag during the wash cycle.
  • Dry the toy in dryer on high heat for at least 45 minutes.
  • Hot water and heat drying should effectively eliminate any dust mites and germs

child stuffed animlaFor Toys That Can’t Go in the Washing Machine

  • Surface clean toys by using a mild detergent and warm water
  • Thoroughly scrub the exterior of the stuffed toy.
  • Clean the toy thoroughly with plain water to make sure all detergent is washed off.
  • Let them dry in the sun.
  • Now, zip the stuffed animals in a plastic freezer bag. Store them in the freezer for at least 72 hours.
  • Make sure you work on one stuffed toy at a time so your child doesn’t feel lonely.

Keeping Them Clean

  • Use dust mite impermeable covers for child’s mattresses and pillows.
  • Don’t use hand-sanitizer gel to clean stuffed toys.
  • Before buying a stuffed toy for your child, make sure you check the washing instructions. An easy cleaning method can save time and effort in future.
  • Cleaning and wiping down the toys daily.
  • Vacuum all the stuffed animals while you are vacuuming the floor. This will suction the dust mites.

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