GIVEAWAY – Allergy Proofing Your Home With Lysol

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The allergy season kicked off a good month ago here on the Jersey shore. First there was some sneezing and then some itching and now the pollen is visible everywhere. I may not personally suffer from allergies but I try to stay on top of ways to fight them as my friends and some family members do have allergies. I mean, nobody wants to have that house where people won’t visit because something triggers their allergies. Or worse yet, nobody wants to have a house where you can’t even be comfortable yourself because you suffer from allergies.

Thanks to Lysol, helping to protect your family from allergens could be easier than you might think. Lysol Allergens is a comprehensive and helpful site. They’ve even put together an interactive tour of a real home as head Lysol® Microbiologist Joe Rubino and nationally-renowned Pediatrician Dr. Laura Jana show you some of the most important places where you can take action to reduce allergens in your home.


ONE winners will receive (1) LYSOL® Disinfecting Wipes, (1) LYSOL® Disinfecting Wipes: Dual Action, (2) Allergy Defense Pillow Protector, and (1) Dust Pan and Brush.


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The winner will be selected using the “And the winner is” plugin. US addresses only please, no PO Boxes. This contest will end on Saturday 05/21/11 at 11:59 pm est. If you’ve entered any of my giveaways before then you know that only comments containing all of the requested information will be eligible for entry. The winner must contact me to confirm they wish to receive the prize within two days of my email notifying them they’ve won. Good luck to everyone!


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NJ Mom of 2 boys. – TJ, a 21 year old, and CJ, a 17 year old with Down Syndrome. Jersey girl. I have three younger brothers, all of whom have children. Social media enthusiast. Ds Advocate. Cat person. I love rock music! I HATE the misuse of the word retarded. I take it personally and find it very offensive.

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  1. i learned you can get salmonela after handling raw eggs- i thought it was just from meat
    tcogbill at live dot com

  2. i learned you should teach your children a lifelong healthy habit by minimizing how many public surfaces they touch

  3. A single cold can last for 2 to 7 days, but you can catch several colds over the course of Cold & Flu season.

  4. I learned that by repairing leaky plumbing right away you can not only prevent mold and mildew, but remove a temptation for cockroaches as well!

  5. I learned I need to clean and Sanitize the refrigerator door gaskets. Never thought to sanitize them.

  6. Over in the New Moms section, to help reduce the spread of germs once you have a new baby, be sure to wash hand towels and dishcloths more frequently. Wipe down the baby powder, lotions, shampoo, any thing you come in contact with a baby.. you need to wipe down frequently.
    I always wipe down the light switches and door knobs.. but never gave it a thought on wiping down the baby products we use daily.

  7. I learned that to reduce allergens in your bedroom you should: wash bedding weekly, choose non-allergnic bedding, remove clutter, keep clothes in drawers or closets, use disinfectant wipes to remove pollen particles, pet dander, and dust mite debris, and clean and disinfect commonly touched objects and surfaces!

  8. Hubby has seasonal allergies, however our house gets warm during the afternoon so he opens the windows. I just read “If you or someone in your family has seasonal allergies, keep windows closed during high pollen days.” Guess we need to come up with a better idea of cooling down the house.

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