Baltimore and surrounding counties for Mattress Sanitizing

Sanitizing your Mattress may not be as important to you until you can't sleep as well at night because a enemy (Dust Mite) is sleeping with you.

Dust mite laying in a bed resting, and needing to be removed by Sanitize 4 Serenity

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Many viruses (including the Coronavirus or COVID-19), germs, and other pathogens are destroyed by using our UVC-Germicidal Light on your mattresses. It is just as effective on carpets, upholstery, and hard surfaces.

Sanitizing mattresses, which is a dry process, is entirely different from wet cleaning them. Again Mattress Sanitizing rid your mattresses of dust mites, bacteria, germs, and other pathogens living in your bed. It even neutralizes the DNA in dust mite, tick, flea, bedbug, and lice eggs, etc. that it cannot reproduce again.

If you need to have, a few stains treated or removed like blood, wine, urine, vomit, etc., that requires a wet process, which is a separate type of mattress cleaning service. You can visit us here mattress cleaning to learn more and see if that service fulfills your needs.

Mattresses are a perfect breeding ground for dust mites. Bacteria-infested flakes of dry skin (we all shed skin) that build up in our beds offer the dust mite a rich source of ongoing food, enhancing their rate of reproduction. Research has shown that the average human body sheds as much as 3-5 grams of skin flakes every day. That's almost 4-5 lbs of dead skin a year.

Before A blank cloth before testing to see dust mites for a mattress sanitizing by Sanitize 4 Serenity
After A positive cloth after testing and found dust mites for a mattress sanitizing by Sanitize 4 Serenity

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This is the dust, hair, dust mites, dead skin, fibers, lint, dander, and more coming out of your mattress you never see.

Method of Mattress Sanitizing

The most effective way to treat dust mites allergies is to use a professional service that uses a high-powered HEPA filtration extraction device combined with a UV-C germicidal light on all surfaces that come in contact with humans.

Mattress sanitizing machine destroying germs, viruses and bacteria by Sanitize 4 Serenity

Life Cycle

The average life cycle for a male house dust mite is 20 days. A mated female house dust mite can last up to 70-90 days, laying 60 to 100 eggs in the last 5 weeks of her life.

In its normal life span, a house dust mite will produce approximately 2,000 fecal particles and an even larger number of partially digested enzyme-covered dust particles.

Habitat & Food

The house dust mite survives in all climates, even at high altitude. House dust mites thrive in the indoor environment provided by homes, specifically in bedrooms, family rooms and kitchens.

Dust mites survive extremely well in mattresses, carpets, furniture and bedding, with figures around 100–500 dust mites occupying every 1 gram of dust. Even in dry climates, house dust mites survive and reproduce easily.



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  • Dry, chemical free, nontoxic
  • Kill germs, viruses, & bacteria
  • ECO-Friendly
  • Help reduce Asthma flare ups
  • Help reduce Allergies symptoms
  • Safe on all types of mattress and pillows
  • No need to remove mattress from bed

Asthma and Allergies

Allergens produced by house dust mites are among the most common triggers of asthma. There are at least 15 mite allergens which are subdivided into groups. Group 1 and 2 allergens are the most problematic. Studies have shown the mean attributable fraction of adult asthma due to atopic sensitization was 30% for sensitization to dust mites. Taken into consideration this could mean as many as 1.2 billion people could have some form of chronic sensitization to dust mites.

The allergy occurs because the immune system of allergy-affected individuals, for reasons not fully understood, misinterprets a usually innocuous substance as a disease agent and begins producing a type of antibody against it. This is called the 'primary antibody response. The antibody produced during this response binds to basophils in the bloodstream and to a similar type of cell called mast cells in the tissues. When the person again encounters the allergen, these basophils and mast cells release histamine, prostaglandins and leukotrienes, which causes inflammation of the surrounding tissues, resulting in allergic symptoms.

Contrary to popular belief, dust mites cannot be removed from bedding by separating the bedding from skin or by using some type of mattress cover. In some cases, that will cause dust mite populations to grow faster on the surface.

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