Oh those Dust Bunnies or Dust Mites!


House dust mites primarily live on dead skin cells regularly shed from humans and their animal pets. Skin cells and scales, commonly called dander, are often concentrated in lounging areas, mattresses, frequently used furniture and associated carpeted areas, may harbor large numbers of these microscopic mites.

For most people, house dust mites are not harmful. The medical significance of house dust mites arises because their microscopic cast skins and feces are a major constituent of house dust that induces allergic reactions in some individuals.


Sheets should be changed every week
or every two weeks. Wash mattress
cover periodically also. Use hot soapy
water and a hot clothes dryer to help
keep dustmites under control in your

Vacuuming your carpet and all floors,
for that matter, regularly, is very
important. Mopping is essential. Dust
your furniture each week. Also,
vacuum your chairs and sofas weekly
to help keep down the dustmites.
Steam cleaning your carpet or rugs is
another good way to help get rid of
dustmites.. Wash and dry your area
rugs that are washable every few
weeks also.


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