Sunday, June 6th, 2010
No matter how clean is your house and how often you tidy it up, dust mites will inhabit the soft surfaces of your interior and furniture. These insects are inevitable human companions used to our comfort and inexhaustible source of food.
However, a few simple actions can significantly reduce their population in your house up to [...]
Saturday, May 15th, 2010
Dust mites are one of the smallest creatures living in our households, there are no limits for their area of distribution, and the only requirement is warmth and enough food available for them. These parasites are not fastidious and very applicable to the surrounding environment that makes fighting against them rather difficult. However there are [...]
Sunday, May 9th, 2010
House-dust mites live in virtually every home. They are tiny eight-legged mites which are closely associated with people. However, they aren’t parasitic and don’t bite, burrow under the skin and don’t live in skin follicles like other kinds of mites.
The main problem about house-dust mites is that people can be allergic to them. Symptoms shown [...]
Monday, April 26th, 2010
House-dust mites are very little relatives of tics and spiders, propagating in damp and warm places. In practice, they live in every house, and most of them can be found in bedding and mattresses – the places, offering them lots of their main food – human skin particles. House-dust mites also live in curtains, carpets and [...]