The only anti-mite bedding proven by clinical research and scientific research to be effective for the following people:
Temperature > 25 ℃
Dust mites need to rely on to moisture and temperature to sustain life, when the room temperature reaches 25 degrees, humidity of 55% - 75% of the time, is the best breeding ground for dust mites. In this case, the dust mites will reach adulthood for about 15 days.
The enzymes in dust mite feces contain extremely high allergens, it can dissolve proteins in the skin layer or the surface layer of the mucous membrane of the human body and penetrate the mucous membrane or skin to cause sensitivity.
• Dust mite cover is an effective way to reduce the exposure of patients to allergens. Because household dust mites mainly live in bedding, pillows, sheets, carpets, fur dolls and combing, etc., dust mite covers using microfiber, which helps to reduce the exposure of patients to dust mites. The dust mite allergen (dust mite feces) has a volume diameter of about 7 µm (0.007 mm). In other words, the pinhole diameter of the material selected by MITE PROTEX is 5 µm (micron), which can effectively block dust mite allergies. original. As a reminder, not all dust mite covers are equally effective. It is recommended to buy some anti-mite products that have clinical trials and academic studies. Dust mite covers are cleaned approximately every 4 weeks.
Pores are less than 6 µm (0.006 mm)
The weaving must be tightly structured, systematic and consistent, so that dust mites, dust mite excrement and dust mite corpses cannot accumulate.
Dust mites in laminated coatings and loosely woven material
(A; x100 magnification, scanning electron microscope)
Evidence of dust mites molting in non-woven fabrics
(B; x200 magnification, scanning electron microscope )
Dead dust mites in acaricide-coated and nonwoven materials
(C, x40 magnification with a stereomicroscope)
A group of dust mites in the matrix of a nonwoven cover
(D; x75 magnification, scanning electron microscope)
Study design: 32 bed covers from 9 different countries were used to evaluate the penetration of dust mites every day using a stereo microscope for one week.
|The Number and Total Percentages of Samples showing Mite Penetration|
|Category||No Penetration||Some Penetration|
|2.||Film coated and loosely woven||0||4|
|3.||Acaricade coated and loosely woven||0||1|
|5.||Film coated and nonwoven||0||2|
|6.||Acaricade coated and nonwoven||0||1|
|Totals||17 (53%)||15 (47%)|
|*Note: Plastic is pore free but does not allow ventilation.|