Instructions and Details

Elimi Mite is easy to use and effectively removes dust mite allergens. Follow the manufacturer's fabric care instructions. Use warm or hot water and add Elimi Mite to your laundry according to the following:

Top Loading Washers: Wait until the machine is halfway filled with water; add detergent and four tsp. of Elimi Mite.
Front Loading Washers: Add detergent as directed by the washer manufacturer. Add two tsp. Of Elimi Mite through the detergent tray.
Hand Washing: For medium and small sinks, add 1/2 teaspoon. Rinse very well.

HOMES with a relative HUMIDITY that consistently RISES above 50 percent
can contain more than 100 DUST MITES per gram of dust.
(IL Dept of Health)

What Are Mites?

“Mite” is a term commonly used to refer to a group of insect-like organisms, some of which bite or cause irritation to humans. While some mites parasitize animals, including man, others are scavengers, some feed on plants, and many prey on insects and other arthropods. In fact, there are nearly as many different types of mites as there are insects. Like their relatives, the ticks, and mites pass through four stages of development: egg to larva to nymph to adult. All stages have eight legs except the six-legged larva.

  • Sarcoptes scabiei: Are mites that infest mammals, including man. Most human infestations result from person-to-person contact. Although they can transfer from animals to humans and vice versa, several types of scabies mites exist, each having a preferred host species on which it reproduces. In dogs, scabies mites cause mange.
  • Itch Mites: These mites prey upon insects. Species including the straw itch mite (P. tritici) infest stored products. Humans are bitten when they contact straw, hay, grasses, leaves, seeds, or similar materials harboring the mites.
  • House Dust Mites: Much information (and misinformation) has appeared in recent years about house dust mites. Virtually invisible to the naked eye, house dust mites are nevertheless real. 

About Elimi Mite

Elimi Mite™ Natural Enzyme Laundry Additive to the rescue!

Elimi Mite
is the natural way of eliminating dust mite allergens using natural enzyme action to penetrate and lift dust mite allergens from all your washable bedding, clothing, and other washables. Dust mites and allergens are everywhere in your home, but your bed, pillowcases, and sheets are the most concentrated areas.
Dust mite allergens are the primary source that triggers asthma attacks and causes allergic reactions. Invisible to the naked eye, dust mites can be found by, in some cases, the millions. These dust mites deposit millions of allergens into your bedding and clothing.
These allergens consist of powerful proteins found in fecal matter, secretions, and exoskeletons from dust mites and permeate your pillowcases, sheets, blankets, mattress covers, and clothing.

It is these allergens that affect your health and well-being. So as you sleep, your face and body are in direct contact with them, breathing them in with each breath.
The Dust Mite Cycle

  • When you sleep, your body sheds dead skin.
  • Air and body moisture allows the fungus to grow on shedded skin, creating dust mite's favorite food.
  • Dust mites feast on the "skin soup" of fungus and dead skin.
  • They leave droppings, secretions, and exoskeletons from shedding. These dry out.
  • These dried-out leftovers become statically charged and are light enough to become airborne.
  • These airborne allergens are inhaled, causing asthma and allergy attacks.

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