Get Rid Of Dust Mites, Protector P Dust Mite, is a super effective safe dust mite insecticide
The choice of professionals is now available to the general public.
Just look at the advantages of Protector P
* Does not damage fabrics
* No solvent smell
* Ready to use straight from the bottle
* Nano emulsion technology for a more thorough insect kill
* Environmentally safer as it is a water based product
* Pump spray so no ozone depleting aerosol propellant required
Protector P is an advanced nano emulsion formulation based on water and containing the active ingredient Permethrin at 0.2%
How Protector P works:
The fine spray droplets penetrate deep into all the porous surfaces where dust mites small insect pests have been hiding.
This results in immediate kill and then the active ingredient remains on the surface to kill any insect that is entering from a non treated area.
You can use the sprayed area once dry
Can I use Protector P on beds for bed bugs?
Yes you can. Remove all bedding and wash on a hot wash and tumble dry on a hot setting. Spray Protector P on the mattress (both sides) and the whole room particularly the bed frame. The mattress is safe to use when dry
Can I spray protector P in Pet areas for fleas?
Yes you can. Spray the area where your pet sleeps and wash the bedding. Also remember to treat furniture where the pet rests as well. Do not spray your pet.
One of the most strongly allergenic materials found indoors is house dust, often heavily contaminated with the faecal pellets and cast skins of House Dust Mites. Estimates are that dust mites may be a factor in 50 to 80 percent of asthmatics, as well as in countless cases of eczema, hay fever and other allergic ailments. Common causes of allergy include house dust mites, cat dander, cockroach droppings and grass pollen. Symptoms are usually respiratory in nature (sneezing, itching, watery eyes, wheezing, etc.), usually NOT A RASH. However, there are reports of a red rash around the neck. Other allergic reactions may include headaches, fatigue and depression.
The wheeze-inducing proteins are digestive juices from the mite gut which are quite potent. An exposure to the mites in the first, crucial year of life can trigger a lifelong allergy. There is no cure, only prevention. One must control house dust mite levels.
Beds are a prime habitat (where 1/3 of life occurs). A typical used mattress may have anywhere from 100,000 to 10 million mites inside. (Ten percent of the weight of a two year old pillow can be composed of dead mites and their droppings.) Mites prefer warm, moist surroundings such as the inside of a mattress when someone is on it. A favourite food is dander (both human and animal skin flakes). Humans shed about 1/5 ounce of dander (dead skin) each week. About 80 percent of the material seen floating in a sunbeam is actually skin flakes. Also, bedroom carpeting and household upholstery support high mite populations.
House dust mites, due to their very small size (250 to 300 microns in length) and translucent bodies, are not visible to the unaided eye. For accurate identification, one needs at least 10X magnification. The adult mite's cuticle (covering) has simple striations that can be seen from both the dorsal (top) view and from the ventral (bottom) view. The ventral view of the house dust mite reveals long setae (hairs) extending from the outer margins of the body and shorter setae on the rest of the body. Through the microscope, one will see many oval-shaped mites scuttling around and over one another. There are eight hairy legs, no eyes, no antennae, a mouthpart group in front of the body (resembles head) and a tough, translucent shell, giving a "fearsome appearance."