How to get rid of Dust Mites

These creatures thrive in conditions of heat and humidity and feed with dead cells of our skin, and the fallen hair. Mites are found in every corner of the house, and if they multiply they can form colonies that get into textile fibers, mattress, chairs, carpets, bedding, etc.

By inhaling mites residue you can develop allergies that will manifest as skin and eyes irritation, atopic dermatitis, rhinitis, allergic asthma, sneezing and breath shortness.
The bad news is that you can’t permanently get rid of mites. The good news is that you can get rid of most of them and protect your health. Here’s how you can get rid of them:
The first step is to often clean the space where you live, to remove colonies of mites found in pillows, curtains, models, carpets, etc. You can remove the dust with a damp cloth and use substances specially designed against mites.
Every time you clean the house it is recommended to vacuum under bed and furniture surface. Ventilate the room every day, for at least half an hour. In rooms is preferable to maintain a temperature below 20 ° C and humidity is avoided.
Is best that the bedroom not to not be overloaded with books, papers, knick-knacks and other things that would prevent dust removal.
Curtains and bedding is good to be washed at least once a month at 60 ° C.
For mattress and sofa it is good to use a cover, and bed linen against mites that should be washed every 15 days.
It is best to avoid eating in bed to avoid food crumbs that feed the mites. Your pet must be brushed daily, to avoid spreading hair in the entire house.
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How to get rid of Dust Mites