Step.1 Clean the selected area to be treated.
Since Dustmites live where dust gathers, it is important to thoroughly vacuum or clean the area to be treated and allow to dry before spraying. Dustroy takes approximately 30 minutes to dry.
This is the most important area to treat. Thoroughly spray covers, mattresses and particularly pillows and pillow cases. Two thirds of a cup of Dustroy is safe to add to the final rinse of your sheets or mist spray them on the line and allow to dry. Remember to spray your pillow and take it with you when you leave home to ensure Dustroy keeps working for you even when you are away.
Step.3 Carpets and Rugs.
In order to reduce their allergies, many sufferers have removed carpets from their sleeping areas. With Dustroy that is no longer necessary. Just mist spray the carpet or rug thoroughly, particularly in hard to clean areas where dust gathers such as under beds and furniture.
Step.4 Curtains, blinds and wall hangings.
Whilst not as obvious as some other areas, curtains, blinds, wall hangings, dried flowers arrangements, book cases and inside wardrobes all harbour Dustmites. Thoroughly clean and dust such areas first and then spray with Dustroy to ensure a safe, allergy free environment.
Step.5 Other furniture.
Whilst sleeping areas are the most important areas to spray with Dustroy, people with severe allergies may find it necessary to also spray living area furniture such as armchairs, sofas, chaise longue and children’s items such as beanbags.
Step.6 Soft toys.
Just like pillows, soft toys can accumulate a population of hundreds of thousands of Dustmites in a very short period of time and require regular treatment.