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Default I have five cats that all have allergies and have gone to the vet recently due to...

My goodness, five allergic cats! I am wondering if they have respiratory signs of allergy or skin allergies. If your cats’ signs are more respiratory, you are correct in staying away from anything that is aerosolized. For cleaning the floor, tub and sinks, you can use diluted bleach or a vinegar/water solution. I would keep the area you are cleaning closed to your cats while you're working on it, ventilate the area as well as you can and rinse the areas well. I don't think this is your fault or that you are doing anything wrong. Cats that have allergies tend to be allergic to many things. While they may be affected by cleaning products, they could also be allergic to things in the air, pollens, dust or certain ingredients in their food. It may help to keep a diary to see if it is seasonal for some of your cats. You could also talk to your veterinarian about diet options for allergies if skin allergies are present. Hope this helps.

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