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Did you know it is not a bite from a dust mite we are allergic to but the faeces it leaves behind (even when it is dead). These droppings can crumble and break into tiny fragments, which can remain airborne. When these particles are inhaled, allergy symptoms, such as asthma, can flare up!
An air purifier will help to remove these allergens but make sure you select the right filter:
Recommended filtration options for dust mte allergy include: HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters remove 99.99% of pollens, dust mite debris, mould spores, pet dander, smoke, odours and some chemicals. Electrostatic Filtration removes airborne dust, particles such as smoke, pollen, mildew and dust mite faeces. Ionisers are effective on their own or with a filter and help remove dust, pollen, cigarette smoke and pet dander.
See below for our tried and tested collection of air purifiers which target dust and dust mites.
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