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Get rid of dust(mites)

Get rid of dust

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 Indoor dust particles are mainly generated by humans and animals → house dust is a mixture of hair, human and animal dander, fibres, fungal spores, dried secretions, bacteria and dust mites and  their excrements.

Indoor dust particles are mainly generated by humans and animals → house dust is a mixture of hair, human and animal dander, fibres, fungal spores, dried secretions, bacteria and dust mites and their excrements.

We shed about 1.5 grams of dander daily, which is enough to feed millions of dust mites. One dust mite produces 20 to 40 pieces of excrement per day.

We shed about 1.5 grams of dander daily, which is enough to feed millions of dust mites. One dust mite produces 20 to 40 pieces of excrement per day.

The highest concentration of dust mite excrements in house dust is found during the months of  October and November as well  as in March and April.

The highest concentration of dust mite excrements in house dust is found during the months of October and November as well as in March and April.

More than 2 million dust mites can live in one single mattress!

More than 2 million dust mites can live in one single mattress!

Fine dust reduces life expectancy and is responsible for many  diseases, mainly of the respiratory system → respirable particles reach our bronchie and end up in our bloodstream.

Fine dust reduces life expectancy and is responsible for many diseases, mainly of the respiratory system → respirable particles reach our bronchie and end up in our bloodstream.

Most humans spend 90% of their time indoors, this is why indoor air quality nowadays is most important topic.

Polluted air has a changed composition, due to smoke, soot, dust, aerosols, fumes and odorous substances. All these additional air particles are breathed in by us daily.

Our natural filters are the mucous membranes in our noses and throats. They can take up particles up to a size of 5 micro metres and therefore protect our lungs from the inhaled particles. Pollen, for example, has a size of 10-100 micro metres. But unfortunately many of the particles in the air are much smaller than 5 micro metres.

Air purification together with deep vacuum cleaning are effective solutions to this problem. Using an air purifier can remove over 99,97% of harmful pollutants. A powerful air purification system can eliminate pollutants as small as 0.3 microns thereby improving health and greatly reducing health risks. A deep vaccum cleaner also eliminate most of small particles from several surfaces and also air.

Common pollutants in the air

Germs and Viruses

Germs and Viruses

Floating Dust

Floating Dust

Pollens

Pollens

Dust mites from furniture and carpets

Dust mites from furniture and carpets

Pet dander

Pet dander

Pollutants from air vents

Pollutants from air vents

Tobacco smoke and other unpleasant odours

Tobacco smoke and other unpleasant odours

Chemicals

Chemicals

Some tips to keep your indoor air clean and healthy

Indoor plants

Indoor plants

Deep vacuum cleaning

Deep vacuum cleaning

Using bio detergents for cleaning surfaces

Using bio detergents for cleaning surfaces

Use air purifier

Use air purifier

Take care of your pets

Take care of your pets

Humidify

Humidify

Don't smoke indoors

Don't smoke indoors

Frequently wash your hair and replace bed linens

Frequently wash your hair and replace bed linens

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