Mites are small arthropods with two body regions, sucking mouthparts, no antennae, and four pairs of legs. The life cycle of a mite is generally composed of four active stages: egg, larva, nymph, and adult. The life cycle usually requires one to four weeks and may result in huge populations of mites under favorable conditions.
Bird mites typically originate from bird nests or bird host areas, such as barns where birds perch. They can be brought into the home on infested items, like pet carriers or second-hand furniture that may have been exposed to host sources. They may also be on the hunt for food should their last source have run dry. Quick action is necessary to prevent bird mites from becoming a more serious problem in your home. Identifying them early on can help reduce their numbers and treat the problem accordingly.
Bird Mites Size comparison to Singapore 50 Cent coint
Generally, mites are barely visible to the naked eye. They breed on
the host bird (i.e., poultry, pigeons and starlings) and will leave the
body of a dead host to seek a new host in large numbers, and wander over
walls, ceilings and bedding. Bites from mites can cause itching and dermatitis.
They can survive two to three weeks away from the host.
These seven-legged arachnids cause a multitude of problems not just for birds but humans too. Bird mites have become increasingly common in recent years and can travel between birds and houses, making them difficult to get rid of. While bird mites primarily live on birds and feed on their blood, they may infest humans if the environment becomes too warm or dry for them. These mites may bite humans, and cause itching or rashes. In some cases, bird mite bites may also lead to secondary skin infections which require medical treatment. It is therefore important to take proactive steps to identify and remove bird mite infestations from one’s home – such as sealing cracks in walls, vacuuming regularly, and washing linens frequently – to avoid potential health consequences from these pests!
Bird Mite Bites
Dust mites are very small, insect-like pests that feed on dead human skin cells and thrive in warm, humid settings. Dust mites are too small for us to see. They are not parasites that bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. Instead, people who are allergic to dust or dust mites are reacting to inhaling proteins in dust that comes from dust mite feces, urine or decaying bodies. Any swelling (also called inflammation) of the nasal passages caused by dust mites is considered a dust allergy.
Dust mites occur naturally and can appear in nearly all homes; Dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains.
Humidity is the most important factor in determining whether a house has high levels of dust mites. This is because dust mites do not drink water like we do; they absorb moisture from the air. In areas with low humidity, like deserts, dust mites cannot survive.
Unlike pet allergens, dust mite allergens do not usually stay in the air. Instead, the allergen settles quickly into dust or fabrics. These allergens cling to bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets and curtains, which also serve as nests. Most exposure to dust mite allergens occurs while sleeping.
Finding and eliminating bird nests in the house or building is the first step in bird mite control. This is followed by spraying Emit Mite Spray in the bird nest and its vicinity. Spray into cracks, crevices and corners and other such general areas.
EMIT MITE SPRAY (Plant Based)
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EMIT Mite Spray is a ready-to-use aerosol spray formulation. When sprayed, it provides control of mites with a fine mist of natural plant extracts consisting of Eucalyptus Citriodora oil (H/C) and Geraniol oil. Contrary to popular misconception, mites are not insects but are eight-legged arachnids, relatives of spiders. Not surprisingly, many synthetic insecticides do not kill mites even though it is effective against many other insect pests. Emit Mite Spray is tested to work and is safe to be used on beddings & fabrics in the indoor home environment. Its plant-based formulation makes it safe to be used around children and pets.
TARGETS: Mites, Dust mites, Bird mites
HOW DOES IT WORK
Geraniol Geraniol, the primary component in Palmarosa essential oil (Cymbopogon martini var. motia) was proven in a 2008 research study to be one of the most effective essential oil constituents for naturally reducing dust mites (which can aggravate respiratory allergies) and is considered more effective than DEET
DIRECTION FOR USE
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
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Will the itches and allergies disappear immediately?
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