Dust Mites Control
Information for controlling dust mites and the allergy symptoms they can trigger.

Kill Dust Mites

As mentioned in Dust Mite Control, there are many things you can do to kill dust mites and reduce the allergens in the air.

Dust Mite Proof Bedding

Your bed is the best breeding ground for dust mites. Itís where you spend a third of your life. As you sleep you shed skin cells and this is one of many things that dust mites like to eat. In order to have a restful nightís sleep and not wake up with allergy or asthmatic reactions, you need to dust mite proof your bedding.

A list of bedding products coming soon.

Dust Mite Vacuum Cleaner

We canít all just pull up the carpet we have throughout our house. We can however, vacuum the carpet with a machine that will reduce the many allergens in the air. These HEPA vacuum cleaners are doctor recommended for people who are sensitive to dust mites and other allergens.

A list of vacuum products coming soon.

Dehumidifiers

Dust mites like to live in 70 percent humidity and above. By eliminating the amount of humidity in your home, you eliminate the dust mite population. As an added bonus, dehumidifiers also control the mold and mildew in your home, which can also cause allergy and asthmatic reactions.

A list of dehumidifiers coming soon.

Dust Mite Sprays/Powders/Cleaning Supplies

Removing all allergens from your home is an almost impossible task. However, there are products that can neutralize their harmful effects. People who are sensitive to allergens also tend to have chemical allergies to everyday products such as laundry detergent. Therefore you need to buy a detergent that is free of perfumes, bleach and other harsh chemicals.

Furniture and Carpet cleaning products to kill dust mite coming soon.

Laundry products for the chemically sensitive coming soon.

Safe cleaning products coming soon.

Dust Mite Test Kits

At home test kits are the easies way for you to get the information you need. You can do a test to determine if your wheezing is due to an allergic reaction to dust mites. There is also a test to determine the level of dust mites you may have in your home. Knowing the dust mite level in your home will tell you, among other things, if your efforts to decrease their population is working.

A list of test kits coming soon.