Dust Mite Treatment
Dust mites are microscopic insects that reside in carpeting, soft furniture, curtains, mattresses, pillows, and bedding fabrics. Dust mites, unlike spiders and ticks, cannot be seen with the human eye and do not bite or transfer disease. The average adult sheds two pounds of dead skin each year, with the majority of this occurring when sleeping. Dust mites consume these skin particles and reside in beds and mattresses. They prefer hot, humid climates.
Dust Mites In Your Carpet:
Whether to remove carpeting is one of the most critical decisions. Removing carpeting from the bedroom and the rest of the house is necessary, but it is also costly. Your carpets will shed and emit fumes for an extended period if it is new. If it's older, there's probably a lot of dirt and dust entrenched in the carpet that you won't be able to remove with a vacuum. Dust mites burrow into the carpet and cling to it with small sucking pads on the ends of their legs, making vacuuming the live ones nearly impossible. If carpet removal is not an option, regular cleaning is essential. Steam cleaning has been more effective than shampoo cleaning in tests.
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