My allergies are killing me. I can easily pop a quick pill and hope for the best, but there are a few tools that can keep my (and your) home freer from the allergens that plague so many people. We’ve found some great deals on some of our favorite robot vacuums, air purifiers, and surface cleaners to help you clear out dust, dirt, and dander in your home, giving you fewer sneeze attacks and more fresh air.

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Robot Vacuum and Cleaning Supply Deals

Yeedi K650

Photograph: Yeedi

This Yeedi K650 is small but mighty. It’s Wi-Fi-enabled, Alexa- and Google Assistant-compatible, and has its own app, so you can control it remotely via touch on your phone or just with your voice. This is our favorite budget robot vacuum, which makes it even greater value at this price. It doesn’t have fancy mapping features and will bounce around wall to wall to clean up. We like this one over other budget robot vacs because it has really long battery life. With the money you saved, you can put it towards the $200 self-empty station, so you won’t have to empty the bin as often. 

The Q5+ is our new favorite robot vacuum. The vac maps a room well and navigates methodically throughout, making sure to get every section thoroughly. The best part is that the self-emptying bin is super effective and easy to install. That’s good news because the robot vacuum’s onboard bin is a bit small, but you can have it empty itself more frequently to make up for this. It supports Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri Shortcuts. 

Floors gather a lot of debris, but counters and other flat surfaces are no strangers to dust either. The Supernatural Starter Set can help you keep those surfaces clean more sustainably. Featured in our Best Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products guide, load the glass spray bottles with water and the contents in the glass concentrate vials (filled with non-toxic minerals, plants, and essential oils). When you run out, you’ll need to buy refills.

Air Purifier Deals

Blueair Pure 411

Photograph: Amazon

My air purifier is super helpful to stop my snoring, as allergens can cause airways to be more congested, but none of that matters if the machine makes a ton of noise. The Blueair Pure 411 is our favorite quiet air purifier. It’s best for smaller rooms—it can cycle the air in a 161-square-foot room five times per hour. It’s easy to take apart, so installing new filters (a must in order to make sure your air stays clean) is incredibly intuitive. 

If you’re looking for an air purifier to match your decor, the Blueair Pure Fan Auto is one of our top picks in our Best Air Purifiers guide. On top of being super cute, it’s just as quiet as the Blueair Pure 411 and includes an air quality indicator. But our favorite part is the fact that it doubles as a fan to cool down a room while it purifies—talk about pulling double duty!

Air purifiers can be unwieldy, taking up tons of precious space. Despite the mega in its name, the Coway Airmega is actually compact and kind of cute. In our testing, we noticed that it was quite reactive, increasing its intensity as soon as it detected a difference in air quality.



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