How to Kill Dust Mites With Lysol Spray


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Dust mites may be microscopic in size, but they may present a big problem to individuals who suffer from allergies. Dust mites reside in dust on floors, furniture or even in bedding, linens and on stuffed animals and other toys with multiple crevices. Regular cleaning of the home, including sweeping, dusting, vacuuming and mopping can help reduce or eliminate dust mites. Dust mite sprays are another option, including one made from Lysol brand disinfectant spray, which is available for purchase at most grocery stores, drug stores or hardware stores.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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