by The Ecology Works
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Item #: MD-16826
Ship Weight: 6.9997 lb
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This is an over the counter product - it does not require prescription.The Clean and Natural Way to Control Dustmites
The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control is a specially formulated borate compound that mixes easily in water and provides long lasting control over dust mites.
Boron is a natural element that is essential for healthy plant growth and aids in the assimilation of calcium in the human body. Borates have a long history of use in insect control, and are effective against fleas, termites, cock-roaches and ants.
The Ecology Works® has been granted a patent for its use against dust mites.
The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control can be applied in several ways:
• For small areas like an upholstered chair, just mix one cup DustMite and Flea Control to a half gallon of water and apply with a spray bottle.
• For larger areas mix and apply by pump sprayer.
• Or you can deep clean by adding The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control to carpet steamers when deep cleaning carpets and upholstery.
EPA Registered: In studies conducted at the University of California, The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control has been proven to have very low toxicity. Reviewed by the California EPA, it was determined to have insignificant human exposure risk associated with application.
Effective: University tests show one remarkable result is the long term effectiveness The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control has on lowering the dust mite populations. The numbers of D. farinae detected in these efficacy studies were extremely low in week 2 and almost non-existent by week 8. The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control is a true combination of low toxicity and long term effectiveness. We suggest 4 months between the first and second application and twice a year thereafter.
Safe for Fabric: The Ecology Works® DustMite and Flea Control is clear and odorless, has a neutral pH, and will not stain lightly colored fabrics.
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