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Mattress Hygiene Specialists

  •   We do not use Poisons or Fungicides

Our process is environmentally safe. And will not harm humans or pets.


  •   We do not use Liquids, Chemicals or Water.

The process takes 15 - 20 minutes per mattress. Beds can be made up immediately.


  •  We comply with the highest hygiene standards.

within the home and hospitality industry



With our effective method, eliminate Mildew, Mould, Dust Mites, their Faeces, Viruses and Bacteria from your Bedroom Environment


What’s Lurking in your Mattress?

Dust mites may be the most common cause of year-round allergy

You can't see them, but they're all over your home. Dust mites are found in bed mattresses, carpets, the sofa, the bedding, the curtains, even a child's stuffed toys. These tiny insects, visible only under a microscope, leave a trail of waste that is highly allergenic


 

Safeguard your home against:Bacteria, Dust Mites, Mite Faeces, Viruses, Dust, Allergens

What They Are


Dust mites, cousins to the spider, are tiny, eight-legged arachnids measuring only one-quarter to one-third of a millimetre in size. They spend their two to four months of life eating, creating waste and reproducing. A female will lay 100 eggs in her lifetime, and each mite produces about 10 to 20 waste pellets a day which is the root cause of all allergies


Where They Live


Dust mites prefer a plentiful supply of skin flakes or animal dander, moisture and warmth. This is why you’ll find the highest concentration of mites in your bed. An average mattress contains between 100,000 and 5 million bugs.

They are whitish in color, and thrive in warmth (between 75 and 80 degrees F; 24 and 26 degrees C) and humidity higher than 50 per cent. Mites eat minuscule flakes of human skin and animal dander. They can’t drink, but absorb moisture from the atmosphere.


Dust mite allergy is an allergic reaction to tiny bugs that commonly live in house dust. Signs of dust mite allergy include, asthma, hay fever, sinusitis, swollen eyes, headaches, restless sleep, sneezing and runny nose.