Good Sprays for Dust Mites

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Good Sprays for Dust Mites
Your mattress may contain allergy-causing dust mites. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

If you suffer from indoor allergies, you should be aware that your bedding and curtains can contain harmful creatures known as dust mites. The mites themselves are not the cause of your itchy eyes, sneezing and full lungs. It is their faeces that cause these problems. There are several sprays on the market that are known to put an end to dust mites and the allergies they cause.

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Bed Bug Dust Mite Eradicator

This spray kills the insects on contact. Nontoxic and hypoallergenic, the product works by destroying the insect's exoskeleton. Because it contains natural ingredients, it is safe to use around kids, pets and in homes. The spray can be used on mattresses, linens, pillows, furniture and flooring.

Pronto Plus Bedbug & Dust Mite Killer:

This dust mite killer should not be sprayed on eating surfaces; however, you can use it in homes, hospitals, kennels and schools. It is best used on mattresses and curtains. You also should spray it on baseboards and in cracks and crevices. The solution will not stain water-safe surfaces or fabrics.

Anti-Allergen Solution

This dust mite allergen neutraliser is a nontoxic and 100 per cent biodegradable, plant-based formula created to neutralise allergens in dust mite faeces. Spray on the carpet, upholstery pillow cases and mattresses. You even can use it in carpet cleaners and washing machines. The spray also works on cockroach droppings and dog and cat dander.

Dustmite-X Spray

This dust mite destroyer is a borate compound that destroys dust mites and fleas. Spray carpets and upholstery evenly over the area, and allow to dry before touching the sprayed surface. It is a clear, odourless spray that will not discolour fabrics. Reapply ever six months. One bottle treats 100 square feet.

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