Repel and protect fabrics, bedding, mattresses and carpets before they have the chance to be infested!
Anit-bud bug and Anti-dust mite microbial treatment technology is designed to support hygienic living and staying environment.
Our anti-bedbug & dust mite microbial treatments Worlds first combined anti-bed bug, anti-dust mite, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial treatment forms a durable barrier to prevent re-infestation, Long lasting efficacy keeps on repelling so bedding can remain in service longer, rooms can be re-rented quicker
Effective and economical, Independently tested, Provides up to 80% efficacy after several cleans, Reduces biting and blood feeding, Reduces welts and scarring
Bedding can remain in service longer due to no down time of infested rooms
Bed bugs are small insects that feed on your blood, often causing itchy bites. They tend to live around your bed and travel on clothing, furniture, bedding and luggage. While they do not transmit diseases, they are upsetting and can be hard to get rid of, oval-shaped and flat. They can grow up to 5mm long, changing colour from cream to brown as they mature. While they need to feed on blood to grow, they are resilient and can live for up to a year without a feed.
They tend to live in cracks and crevices in and around your bed, especially in mattress seams. They prefer to feed on humans but will also feed on other warm-blooded animals. They mainly feed at night.
Bed bugs are capable of hundreds of bites per invasion. Bed bugs seek out humans and are drawn to the carbon dioxide we exhume and our body heat. The bed bug invasion is increased by up to 500% per annum globally. The best way to prevent becoming infected is to avoid being bitten by bed bugs in the first place. Cimex-Pro is the real solution.
Dust mites can be difficult to detect due to their small size. These microscopic arthropods are estimated to be only 1/4 to 1/3 millimeters long. You can only see them under a microscope, and even then, they only look like small white spider-like creatures.
Males dust mites can live over a month, while female dust mites can live up to 90 days.
The reason why dust mites are so prevalent in people’s homes is that they feed off of dead skin cells. On an average day, one person may shed 1.5 grams of dead skin cells, which can feed up to one million dust mites at a time.
Dust mites make their homes in places where dead skin cells are most likely to accumulate, such as bedding, furniture, and carpeting. Rugs and stuffed animals also make good homes for dust mites.
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Master batch it into your product manufacturing - Bedding like mattresses, bed heads and fabric frames, pillows, sheets, mattress covers, quilts and quilt covers. Furniture like lounges, pillows, foams.
Infusion into paints and finishers - paints bed frames, furniture frames ect