About Dust Mites
Most dust mites living in the home environment have a tiny body size of around 100 to 500 microns,
allowing them to pass through minute pores of bedding easily. As dust mites that live in the home
environment mostly feed on dander shed by humans, pure cotton bedding have become their favorite breeding ground.
The advantages of cotton bedding, such as good ventilation, moderate temperature and large pore size have not only allowed the fallen human dander to drop into the pores and become dust mite food, the large pore size also enables them to pass through easily and even spread to other
places to cause disturbances to mankind.
In addition, as the excrement of dust mites that will cause human allergic reactions only measure about 10 to 30 microns in size, so if we want to produce traditional cotton bedding with pore size small enough to prevent dust mites, their excrement and eggs from passing through and spreading, the bedding pore size must be less than 10 microns. Basically, prices of such ultra-tight woven bedding are very expensive, and the pore size may become bigger and bigger and lose their effectiveness due to usage, children jumping on them or washing in the washing machine.
Dust Mite Prevention at Home
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