How to Care for Your New Dust Mite Covers

washing new dust mite covers is not importantSeems like we get a call or two every day from someone asking what the need to do to take care of their new dust mite covers. The good news is that your new dust mite covers don’t require much care.
We all have enough things in in our life that need our attention.  Your new dust mite covers shouldn’t  add to the list of items needing lots of your attention.
 Care of Your New Dust Mite Covers is Easy
Your new dust mite covers don’t need to be washed before you put them on the bed.  Our dust mite covers are not treated with any pesticides.  Our cotton and organic cotton covers are not treated with sizing or permanent press chemical treatments.  Sot there is nothing to wash away.
We have put together some easy to follow instructions and a couple of tips that should make taking care of your new dust mite covers one less thing you need to worry about.
Just follow this link – How to Care for Your Dust Mite Covers.
Wishing you the best of health
Mike Krause
AllergyStore.com – Serving Customers Since 1989
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Does Having Dust Mites Mean You Are A Dirty Person?

Does having dust mites in your home mean you are a dirty person?

Not exactly. Dust mites are well adapted to most areas of the world and, having dust mites doesn't mean your home is dirtyaccording to the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, they are found on every continent but Antarctica. There is no sense in selling off your home and moving to the frozen tundra to prove you’re a clean person to your mother-in-law.

Having Dust Mites vs Having Dust Bunnies

Just like biologically we cannot prevent dust mites form inhabiting our home. Mom cannot complain when she visits that you neglected to clean all the dust mites before her arrival. Now dust on the other hand is a completely different matter. To understand this, you must understand the difference between millions of dust mites living deep in your mattress and the dreaded forgotten“dust bunny” your mother finds under the couch. (Read complete article )

Having dust mites doesn’t mean you are a dirty person but they sure can make for a dirty, unhealthy home.

Live Healthy!

Regina

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