Serving Wood, Wirt, Washington, Jackson, Ritchie and Pleasants counties
Who is the enemy?
A bug living primarily in you mattress so small that it cannot be seen by the naked eye. In fact they are so small that you could fit 1000 of them on the head of a pin. They feed off of the thousands of dead skin cells that you shed from your body every day. It is not the actual dust mite that may be causing your allergic reaction but the fesses and dead bodies of these little monsters. Now the facts:
Facts for you to consider:
· We shed 10,000 million scales of bacteria laden skin each day; most end up in our mattresses.
· Dust mites produce 200 times its body weight in excrement during their normal life span.
· Dust mites feast for up to 170 days on our shed skin.
· Dust mites spread rapidly. A female dust mite lays 300 eggs.
· They can live without food for up to a year.
You are sleeping with the enemy?
Unless you have your mattress cleaned and sanitized regularly, every night you are laying down with thousands of dust mites. Now before I go any further, I am telling you this to educate you on the possible causes of Asthma, Eczema, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Mucous Membranes, Itchy Red Eyes, Headaches, Sinus Pain, Fatigue, early morning fits of excessive sneezing, even a feeling of depression when you wake up, caused by the lack of sleep – NOT to scare you into action.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. How often should a mattress be cleaned?
A. Dust mites thrive on the skin flakes we shed every night. The recommended service interval is once every year unless you suffer from severe allergies then more often.
Q. Why can't I just vacuum my own mattress?
A. Traditional household vacuums do not have the power to remove the highly resilient dust mites and other harmful debris that are deeply embedded in the mattress. And, they do not utilize the all-important sanitizing properties of Microban®, the key to effective sanitizing.
Q. How long after you’ve finished do we have to wait before we can make the bed and go to sleep?
A. You only need to wait for the Microban® and the cleaning solutions we use to evaporate off - in about 1-2 hours. You can then make the bed and go straight to sleep. You don’t even need to air the room unless you want to.
Q. Can an old mattress be cleaned effectively?
A. Yes, most definitely. Mattresses that are old will have much higher levels of dust mites and droppings, dead skin, fungal spores, bacteria and germs. This will also apply to hand-me-down ones as well. Our process is extremely effective and will make them clean and fresh again