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Dust Mites

Dust MitesThe microscopic cast skins and feces of dust mites constitute a large percentage of household dust responsible for a variety of allergic reactions, including bronchial asthma, rashes, headache and fatigue. Follow these steps to reduce presence of these pests.

First, vacuum then encase your mattress, box spring and pillows in our zippered allergen-proof covers. Wash pillow cases, sheets, blankets and mattress pads every other week in hot water using out anti-dust mite additives. If you're not allergic to tannic acid, use tannic acid-based chemical spray on your bedroom carpet to reduce dust mite allergens once every two months. While this does not eliminate allergens entirely, the application of a chemical called benzyl benzoate in the form of our anti-dust mite powder in combination with the tannic spray will. Use the spray and powder on upholstered furniture as well.

HEPA Air Cleaners available here will also go a long way toward reducing air born dust mite allergens. For those with or without allergies, these filters are the most effective in eliminating dust and creating a healthier home environment for the entire family. But only a HEPA unit will rid air of all dust mite allergens. We also recommend frequent vacuuming with a cleaner that has a HEPA filtration system. Dispose of the vacuum bags after each use as dust mites can escape through the bag. Being that dust mites thrive in warm, humid places, keep the humidity low by using a dehumidifier or air conditioner with air filters, all available here, will make a big difference.

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About Dust Mites

About Dust Mites

Decreasing Dust Mite Exposure

Decreasing Dust Mite Exposure <br>

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