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Dust Mites

Dust mites permeate every surface of a home and the

only way to eliminate them is to treat all surfaces.

Pur360 Solutions

Dust Mites

Dust mites are prevalent in every home, they produce allergic reactions and asthma.

Dust mites are tiny microscopic creatures who live on mattresses, bedding, upholstered furniture, carpets and curtains.

They feed on the flakes of skin that people and pets shed daily and thrive in warm humid environments.

We're here to help

The Pur360 patented process eradicates dust mites no matter where they are located throughout your home.

Dust Mite
Our patented process permeates and removes dust mites from mattress, fabric, clothing, carpeting, furnishings, basements, and duct work, as well as all-of the other places they like to live and breed, without the need to remove or replace them.
Dust Mite

Get a quote or call us now at: 1-888-478-7360

Pure Within

When our Pur360 patented process is complete, we will leave your home 100% bedbug free and the air in it 100% pure.

Our process is 100% guaranteed. If necessary, we will retreat your home until the dust mites are 100% eradicated or refund your service fee*.


Ongoing Preventive Strategies to help prevent the return of Dust Mites

  • Use a dehumidifier or air conditioner to maintain relative humidity at about 50% or below.
  • Encase your mattress and pillows in dust-proof or allergen impermeable covers (available from specialty supply mail order companies, bedding and some department stores).
  • Wash all bedding and blankets once a week in hot water (at least 130 - 140°F) to kill dust mites. Non-washable bedding can be frozen overnight to kill dust mites.
  • Replace wool or feathered bedding with synthetic materials and traditional stuffed animals with washable ones.
  • Use a damp mop or rag to remove dust. Never use a dry cloth since this just stirs up mite allergens.
  • Use a vacuum cleaner with either a double-layered microfilter bag or a HEPA filter to trap allergens that pass through a vacuum's exhaust.