From the makers of Allersearch® ADS™ and ADMS™, X-Mite® dry carpet cleaner reduces dust mite allergen and pet dander in carpets and upholstery – two major triggers of asthma and allergic rhinitis. X-Mite Carpet Cleaner is a two-in-one treatment that both cleans carpet and neutralizes allergens, for a cleaner, more allergen-free home. The special formula includes tannic acid, a highly effective ingredient for neutralizing the allergens from dust mites, pets, molds, and pollens.
For cleaning, X-Mite's tiny sponge-like powdered particles go to work cleaning and refreshing your carpet. No water, shampoo or steam required – which can introduce moisture into the carpet and increase dust mite populations. You don’t have to worry about wet carpets or the expense of steam cleaning with X-Mite. This do-it-yourself product makes for a simple, inexpensive dry carpet treatment.
X-Mite comes in a convenient 1-lb dispensing pouch that can treat an average-sized room of approximately 150 square feet. Treatment is simple, and X-Mite is safe for people and pets when applied to the carpet. Not recommended for cotton, silk or oriental carpets.
To obtain optimal treatment benefits, use X-Mite together with Allersearch® ADS™ or ADMS™ Anti-Allergen Carpet Treatment.
Benzyl tannate complex in cellulose aqueous slurry with alcohols and polyphenols.
Click here to see the MSDS for Allersearch X-Mite Dry Carpet Cleaner.
Directions for Use:
The 1-lb. bag of X-Mite treats and cleans approximately 150 square feet. For optimum results use in conjunction with Allersearch ADS or ADMS.
* More frequent treatment may be required where severe or heavy concentrations of allergens exist.
I bought this primarily to treat my bedroom carpet to reduce dust mites. I only had one complaint and that was the hours that I had to wait to vacuum it up (and keep it traffic free). (Posted on 5/1/11)
This was a good size for my bedroom. It was fairly easy to apply. Combined with other products, my allergies and asthma have greatly improved. I will buy it again. (Posted on 7/29/10)