Beware of mites! Follow these tips to protect yourself

Beware of mites! Follow these tips to protect yourself

Mites are a subclass of quite small arachnids, there are some microscopic ones (they are 10 times smaller than a millimeter) and some larger ones such as ticks.

When you hear about mites, you probably think of dust mites. These tiny creatures can’t be seen with the naked eye, but they live especially in fabrics, can survive extreme conditions, and feed on our skin. It is estimated that millions of them inhabit every home. The big question is what can be done in these cases? Eliminating them completely is impossible, but you should definitely reduce them to a minimum to improve your family’s quality of life. Follow these recommendations to keep your home healthy and safe.

Vacuum and ventilate the rooms

Cleanliness is crucial to keep these tiny invaders away. Be sure to vacuum all surfaces frequently, including fabrics (sofas, curtains, carpets, etc.), and don’t forget mattresses and pillows. Once finished, ventilate all spaces, especially bedrooms.

Wash your bedding sheets frequently

To avoid the proliferation of dust mites, you should wash your bed sheets at least once a week. Ideally, do it with hot water (more than 50°C) and let it dry in the sun if possible.

Protect your mattress

As mentioned, it is important to note that dust mites will not disappear completely, so the most effective solution is to take care of your mattress with the right product. The BSensible Bugsecure full mattress cover fully protects all 6 sides of the mattress against dust mites. It is the most complete mattress protector on the market as it guarantees total surface coverage and has an innovative patented anti-bug closure. In addition, your mattress will also be protected against liquids, humidity, bedbugs, allergens, and fungi in a natural way.

Be sure to follow these tips to keep your family healthy and remember that BSensible products provide the best protection and comfort for a refreshing rest.

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