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    Make Your Home Clean Even While Pregnant

    	 Make Your Home Clean Even While Pregnant

     

    Make Your Home Clean Even While Pregnant

     

     

     

    When you are pregnant, you do everything possible to protect your baby’s health. You try to rest, exercise, eat healthy, and avoid alcohol. Some experts are saying that you should also avoid overexposure to some common household chemicals.

     

     

    Some of the chemicals you come in contact with may be toxic, especially to your unborn baby. Chemicals and substances that can cause birth defects are called teratogens. Most pregnant women know about some teratogens, including illicit drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, and some prescription drugs. What they may not know, however, is that common items around the house—including paint, paint removers, bleach, lye, cat boxes, and oven cleaners—can be dangerous to an unborn baby. Organizations such as the March of Dimes recommend that pregnant women avoid excessive exposure to these substances.

     

     

    It’s important that pregnant women avoid direct and prolonged exposure to potentially toxic substances. If you are pregnant and you live or work around toxic chemicals, talk with your doctor about what you should do to protect yourself and your baby. But if you come into contact with toxic substances when you are working around the house, there are a few precautionary measures you can take to reduce the risk that your baby will be harmed.

     

     

    You may hope that your doctor would pen a prescription for nine months of housekeeping services, but the truth is that it's fine for you to do everyday chores during pregnancy – as long as you take a few precautions. That said, if you have certain pregnancy complications or limitations (or if you just want to play the pregnancy card!), you might need to cross some important household tasks off your to-do list.

     

     

    Mopping and vacuuming can aggravate sciatica, a painful inflammation of the sciatic nerve that runs from the lower back down the entire leg. It's common during pregnancy because of weight gain and/or pressure of the uterus on the nerve, and chores that require you to lean forward at an angle can worsen it. You can allow a reliable and efficient robot mop do your floor mopping and cleaning for you while you watch your favorite TV show.

     

     

    Yes, you heard me right! Three Spin RobotMop offers a perfect way to clean and mop your floors. This robot cleaner will make your pregnancy period stress-free and enjoyable than you could ever imagine. This cleaning robot is perfect for every floor cleaning and mopping chores as it will save you a lot of time in cleaning your house. The mop performance is very efficient as it will clean deep inside every corner of your house with intensity and meticulously to remove dirt, dust, and pet hair from hard-to-reach areas.

     

     

    So, who says you can't enjoy your pregnancy period while you let the robot cleaner make your floor impeccable!

     

     

     

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