Dust mites: how to get rid of them and keep them away with natural remedies

How to eliminate dust mites with grandma’s old remedies: surfaces are always clean and sanitized with natural, low cost products.

Dust mites can be found in every corner of the house. From pillows to sofas and curtains, there is no place that does not attract these insects. Keeping your home clean and tidy is absolutely the best solution to keep them away. In particular, people suffering from allergies should pay more attention to the daily clenaing of the house and the bedroom. With little tricks, you can prepare anti-mite remedies as a prevention, but also for cleaning your house surfaces.

Let’s see, then, some home remedies to kill mites in an effective and economic way!

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Dust mites: how to eliminate them

– To eliminate mites and dust, the first thing to do is to use the vacuum cleaner. In this way, you will eliminate a good amount of mites. On mattresses or sofas  tend to keep residues of dead skin, hair, or crumbs. Put the mattress protector or the sofa cover outside, under the sun.

– A  natural and infallible remedy against mites is baking soda. Mix a glass of water with three tablespoons of baking soda. Mix well and pour or spray it on the area to be treated. Let sit for about an hour, then remove the residues with a damp cloth.

– A great disinfectant product you can use to both eliminate mites and keep them away is the amazing mix of lemon and vinegar. The latter removes dust, bacteria and mites. Of course, the smell may be unpleasant, but only if you overdo or if you use it pure. Also, white wine vinegar is much stronger than that the apple cider one, but you can alternate them. Always keep a bottle in the bedroom or in the living room to use it quickly dust accumulates the most. In the afternoon, for example, quickly clean your bedside tables and shelves with a dry cloth in just a few seconds your bedroom will be clean and sanitized.

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ultimo aggiornamento: 21-12-2018