Creating a Healthier Home

Humidity

Dust mites thrive in high humidity and in areas where human dander is located. To reduce dust mites it is important to control humidity to below 50% throughout the home by using a dehumidifier or central or window air conditioning.


| Mattress and Box Springs | Pillows | Bedding | Curtains | Clothing | Knick-Knacks | Toys/Stuffed Animals | Pets | Carpet | Humidity |


| Living Room || Kitchen || Bedroom || Bathroom || Garage || Basement || Attic |
| Home |

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