Preventing Dust Mites

Dust mites inhabit 90% of home, threatening millions of dust mite sensitive asthma and allergy patients.

Did you know?

  • 7,000 can fit on a single fingernail! The average dust mite ranges in size between 0.1mm and 0.5 mm.
  • House dust mites thrive in high humidity (70-80%) and warm temperatures (68 – 84F)
  • The bulk of dust mite food consumption is sloughed off human skin particles.

 

It is airborne dust mite waste, not the mites themselves, that trigger asthmatic and allergic attacks. Mite dung is an allergen that produces the familiar sneezing, coughing, itching symptoms in many people who suffer from asthma and allergies.

“Chronic, ongoing exposure to dust mites at home can dramatically impact the health of people with asthma and those who are allergic or particularly sensitive to mites.”

– California Air Resources Board (CARB). 2005. Report to the California Legislature: Indoor Air Pollution in California. Sacramento, CA: California Environmental Protection Agency.

 

If you saw this creature crawling on the floor, what would you do?

 

Do you know your home’s dirtiest place is also the number one spot to find nasty dust mites?

  • Humans shed on average of 40 ponds of skin in their lifetime.
  • Dust mites love a warm, moist bed full of dead skin.
  • Depending on its age, your mattress may contain between 100,000 and 10,000,000 dust mites.
  • Your mattress an pillow weigh 30% more after two years because of mites.

 

That’s right! Your bed is the dirtiest place in your home and a feeding ground for mites.  If that was not disgusting enough, your bed may be the source of your asthma and allergy symptoms.

There is a solution using the cleaning power of nature!

Let’s show you how the Rainbow System can use the power of nature to clean your mattress and cleanse surface dirt, airborne particulates, allergens, dust, and man‐made contaminants from your home.

Schedule a presentation to learn about how the Rainbow System can help with your asthma and allergy symptoms.

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