How To Get Rid Of Dust Mites
For your health and the health of your loved ones, it is important to know how to get rid of dust mites. The dust mites' remains can trigger an allergic reaction in some people. It is difficult to get rid of dust mites. Because of their invisibility, you have to go to extraordinary measures to get rid of them. If possible, try to keep from getting the little suckers in the first place.
Things you'll need:
- Washer and drier
- Cleaning supplies
- Steam cleaner (optional)
- Wash your bedding in hot water. Cool water will only get rid of some of the dust mites. Be sure to change your bedding at least once a week. Dust mites can leave feces in your linen that may cause you to have an allergic reaction.
- If you have carpeting throughout your home, steam clean the carpet as much as possible. Steam cleaning your carpet will help get rid of dust mites. If possible, change your carpet for laminate flooring or wood floors. Dust mites have a difficult time living in easy to clean areas.
- Lowering your thermostat can help to get rid of dust mites. Dust mites hate cold weather. Lowering the temperature in your home to the lowest temperature you can stand will help keep the dust mites moving past your home.
- Cleaning is one of the best ways to get rid of dust mites. Yeah, cleaning totally sucks, but dust mites suck more. Maintaining a clean home will not only ensure that you have gotten rid of your dust mites, but it may convince the girl next door to kick it with you more often.