- Air Quality Dust
- October 15, 2018
What Is the Life Cycle of Dust Mites?
People do not typically see dust mites as they are extremely tiny with an average size of around 0.011 inches. However, hundreds and thousands of these creatures can be found in every home. They feed on the dead cells released from the topmost layer of the skin of people and house pets. These creatures are not parasites as they do not affect the human body through direct contact. However, they can trigger allergies and make asthma symptoms worse. That is why each and every homeowner must take the effort to reduce their number as much as possible. In order for you to take the right action, you must be well familiar with the life cycle of dust mites.