How to get rid of dust mites and allergy problems – Sirena tips
09
October

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /


Sirena. Harness the Power of Nature! What we’re going to do here is to vacuum our mattress. It’s one of the biggest problems in our homes.
Now, we do lose skin, we shed skin and dust mites live on that. Did you know that 7 thousand
dust mites can fit on a nail? It’s very disgusting! So, we’re just going to assemble it here.
We have water in our basin. Attach our hose and voilà! Let’s see what our water has accumulated. Woah! Just sends shivers up your spine, doesn’t it?


5 thoughts on “How to get rid of dust mites and allergy problems – Sirena tips

  1. Do you or someone you know suffer from allergies or breathing disorders? Dust mites that live in mattresses and feed off the dead skin cells could be the problem! This week we tasked Sirena with cleaning a mattress and were both amazed and disgusted by what we've seen! Watch the video: How to get rid of dust mites and allergy problems – Sirena tips

  2. I just vacuumed my mattress with my Sirena today I'm happy in the fact that all that stuff is out of my mattress now but I am also disgusted at the same time knowing I was sleep with that dust

  3. Dumb question I just thought of. There is a max/min line. What's the purpose of filling it only to the min line when vacuuming instead of the max line? When filling the basin, the dome in the middle isn't a good indicator of when you should stop filling the basin with water, because filling with water to the top of the dome ends up being on the max line….Just wondering what the logic is in that? Thanks

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