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If You Have Carpet Allergies, or find yourself sneezing on your upholstery or mattress,
We Can Help!
Our Anti-Allergen Solution Spray is a clear, non-toxic, 100% biodegradable, plant-based formulation proven to denature protein allergens on contact. It effectively neutralizes allergens in dust mite feces, cockroach droppings, and dog and cat dander. It contains no perfumes, dyes, tannic acid, benzyl benzoate, and is odor and stain free. Safe for people, safe for pets, safe for the planet, this cleaner rids your home of allergens in areas where other means are not practical.
Eighty percent of allergy and asthma sufferers test positive for dust
mite allergy. Dust mites lurk in carpet and a variety of places, but
your bed is the perfect place for dust mites. It is important to protect
your bed with allergy bedding to keep dust mites out or trapped inside.
Removing dust mites from your bed, carpet, or furniture is tricky, but
we recommend that you focus on the bedroom by protecting your bed with
allergy bedding and placing an air purifier in the bedroom. Lastly, you
should vacuum regularly with a HEPA vacuum cleaner and treat your carpet
and laundry to eliminate dust mites.
Dust Mite Allergen
Each time you take a step on dirty carpet or lie down on a bed that is not protected by dust mite bedding, a cloud of dust mite allergen rises into the air. Dust mite allergen primarily consists of dust mite fecal pellets. Even though they are microscopic, dust mites are too large to inhale; however, their excrement easily becomes airborne. Dust mite allergen not only irritates the lungs, but it also contains an enzyme that destroys the protective function of the skin. This leaves your body vulnerable to other allergens and irritants. protected by dust mite bedding, a cloud of dust mite allergen rises into the air. Dust mite allergen primarily consists of dust mite
Dust Mite Allergy Symptoms
Do you have carpet allergies or upholstery allergies or mattress allergies! Do you often wake up congested or with a runny nose? Itchy eyes or itchy skin? If you answered yes to any of the above you are likely allergic to dust mites. People who are sensitive to dust mites often experience rhinosinusitis (inflammation of the nose and sinuses). Others experience eczema, inflammation of the skin. Many people who have dust mite allergies also suffer from chronic sleep problems.
How to Kill Dust Mites
If you have carpet allergies, we can treat your carpet or your upholstery or mattress with our Anti-allergen. You
can kill dust mites on rugs or stuffed animals by placing the items in
the sunlight for a few hours or by storing them in the freezer over
night. Unfortunately, you cannot do this with your bed, carpet, or
furniture, so you will need to resort to other methods. A first good
step is cutting off dust mites from the source of their food, your dead
skin cells. Allergy bedding provides a barrier between you and dust
mites. This effectively starves dust mites already in your mattress and
pillow while trapping the allergen and keeping it away from you while
you sleep. The next most effective step is to place an air purifier in
the bedroom. A HEPA air purifier will reduce the amount of airborne dust
while filtering out and trapping dust mite and other allergens from
your indoor air. Lastly, you should vacuum regularly with a HEPA vacuum
cleaner and treat your carpet and laundry to eliminate dust mites. This
reduces dust, dust mite allergen and other allergens, like pollen,
throughout your home.
So, if you have carpet allergies, upholstery allergies or mattress allergies, you are most likely have a dust mite allergy.
We have treated thousands of square feet of carpeting and many, many pieces of upholstery and mattresses for dust mite allergies.
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