How To Treat Furniture For Scabies: Steps


How To Treat Furniture For Scabies?

Scabies is a skin illness caused by tiny mite bites. The illness is spread through skin to skin contact and can also spread by contaminated linen, towels, clothing, and bedding. In order to get rid of mites present on the furniture that can cause scabies, the user needs to follow the below-given steps:
  1. Vacuum The Furniture:
    The first step will be to vacuum the whole sofa affected by mites. It is better to use standard bag vacuum rather than bagless sweeper and make sure as few mites as possible escape the sweeping process. Once done, remove the bag from the vacuum and dispose of it.
  2. Steam Clean The Upholstery:
    The next step will be to steam clean the upholstery using a steam cleaner. The steam clean must have attachments intended for upholstery cleaning and the cleaning process should start from the bottom. It is recommended to do the cleaning from the bottom because it can prevent the mites from escaping.
  3. Spray Disinfectant:
    The next step in the process will be to spray the furniture with disinfectant. It is recommended to use a hospital-grade disinfectant that is approved to be used on the fabric. The spraying also needs to be done from the bottom to the top.
  4. Cover The Furniture With Plastic:
    After spraying, the user needs to purchase a plastic cover of the size of his furniture and cover the furniture with it. It is recommended to purchase a cover that seals around in order to prevent inside mites from getting out outside mites from getting inside.
  5. Remove The Cover:
    Leave the plastic cover as it is for two weeks and remove it afterward. By doing so, the mites present inside will likely have died.
  6. Vacuum Again:
    The next step in the process will be to vacuum the furniture again from top to bottom and dispose of its bag as did before.
  7. Spray Disinfectant Again:
    The last step in the process will be to spray the disinfectant again on to the furniture but make sure it covers the whole area. After that, leave the furniture to dry up naturally before putting it to use again.
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