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Dust Mites

Dust MitesHow To
June 18, 2012

How to Get Rid of Dust Mites in Half the Time

Reducing the level of dust mite in the bedroom can be achieved by replacing old mattresses and increasing a room’s ventilation, according to a new study. The study looked to determine the distribution of two common house dust mites and what conditions would affect the level of those allergens in…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
June 11, 2012

What Is The Best Material For Allergy Free Bedding?

What Is The Best Material For Allergy Free Bedding? Silk! There are no known allergies towards silk... it is literally 100% allergy-free! Why? The dustmite refuses to live in it. Silk is excreted from the silk worm gland and spinneret. No bug will live in another bug's excretion! Silk is…
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Dust MitesTips
June 8, 2012

16 Audacious and Creative Dust Mite Prevention Ideas

Here are our easy top tips for dust mite control: washing sheets and pillow cases weekly in water hotter than 55oC covering mattress, pillow and quilt with resistant dust mite proof bedding specifically developed and tested to prevent dust mites entering, or leaving, the bedding. either throw out the old…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
May 16, 2012

What Is A Dust Mite?

Check out this close up and personal image of a house dust mite using a scanning electron micrograph at about 120 times magnification (Thanks to Allergen Control Services for taking this great shot). Dust mites (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and Dermatophagoides farinae) are microscopic 8 legged members of the arachnid family (spiders…
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