Help Minimise Allergens In Your Car

From the morning commute to picking up the kids after school, you spend a lot of time in the car. Enjoy more time steering and less time sneezing with these easy tips for helping to reduce allergy triggers in your vehicle.


Easy Tips to Put More Joy in Your Ride

Stick with the A/C

A fresh breeze may feel nice, but it can also allow hitchhiking pollen spores to blow into your car. Keep the windows rolled up and use the air conditioner instead. Be sure to set the A/C on the recirculating cycle so you don’t pull pollen in from the outside.

Filter Smart

A clogged air filter can do the opposite of what it’s supposed to do and blow allergens into your car. So be sure to check and change your cabin air filter often.

Think Twice About Fabrics

Fabric seats are harder to clean and can harbour allergens. If possible, invest in leather seats instead. Wool seat covers and cloth floor mats are also more likely to trap dust mitesX dust mites
A common trigger for indoor allergies. They are microscopic mites that live in the fibres of pillows, mattresses, blankets and carpet. They live off of our dead skin cells. Inhalation of their droppings can cause allergic reactions such as runny nose, sneezing and nasal congestion.
, pollen, pet dander and mould spores. So, skip the wool seat covers and replace cloth mats with plastic or rubber ones that are easier to clean.

Don’t Give Mould Spores a Free Ride

Mould spores love wet clothes or towels in the trunk, leftover food hidden underneath seats and spilled drinks on floor mats. Help reduce mould from growing by cleaning up any areas with moisture right away.

Keep it Clean

From pollen blowing into your car to dust mites hitching a ride on your clothes and transferring to your seats, common allergens can build up quickly in your vehicle. Be sure to vacuum regularly with a HEPAX HEPA
High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter that removes particles in the air by forcing it through screens containing microscopic pores where it is captured.
filter. And don’t forget to wipe down the dashboard, steering wheel, control panel and windows with a damp cloth to help minimise buildup of allergy triggers.

Don’t Neglect Your Car’s Exterior

Pollen that settles on the outside of your car can be brought inside when you brush against the surface. Wash your car frequently to help reduce pollen buildup and keep your wheels looking shiny and new.

Keep Allergy Medication on Hand

It’s a good idea to keep Claratyne® in your purse or backpack, so you’re prepared when your allergy symptoms strike.


Claratyne® Tablets

Claratyne® Tablets

One non-drowsy tablet effectively relieves allergy symptoms all day and night.

Children’s Claratyne® Grape Chewables

Children's Claratyne® Grape Chewables

Non-drowsy chewables in grape flavour offer 24-hour allergy relief for kids on the go.

Children’s Claratyne® Bubblegum Chewables

Children’s Claratyne® Bubblegum Chewables

Non-drowsy chewables in bubblegum flavour offer 24-hour allergy relief for kids on the go.

Children’s Claratyne® Grape Syrup

Children’s Claratyne® Grape Syrup

This non-drowsy syrup has a great child friendly taste and is sugar-free and colour-free.

Children's Claratyne® Peach Syrup

Children's Claratyne® Peach Syrup

This non-drowsy syrup has a great child friendly taste and comes with a handy measuring device.