terry oing wrote:Resistant to dust mite. What about bedbugs? Just asking
Dust mites are more important, since they're something hard to fix. Most bedding ends up being 1/10th dust mites by the time you throw it out, by weight. That's a lot of dead dust mites.
For bedbugs, look up diatomaceous earth. Get the food grade kind to use inside, and put at the corner of the walls around the room, and under the bed, on the frame, etc. Anywhere you think the bugs might hide.
DE is basically microscopic pieces of broken glass, and nicks the insects, so they can't retain water and die. You don't want to breathe it in, or pets, but use it correctly and you can kill insects cleanly without much hazard.
Look up DE, there's a lot of info on the net. Used often for gardening, but it can be used in many other ways..