Today's weather really has the taste of summer, so it's a wise choice to bask in the quilt in such a sunny day, but will the quilt that you put out with great effort in the sun play the role of eliminating mites? Next, let's learn how to get rid of the mites in the quilt with the help of the four seas net?
So we have to block their escape routes. Therefore, it is suggested that the quilt to be dried should be packed in large black garbage bags and tied properly. Pay attention to the black bag. Because the black bag absorbs heat, the quilt can absorb higher temperature quickly and kill bacteria more effectively. Then put it in the sun for 1-2 hours, and the mite will die at a high temperature of 50 ℃. If you want to get rid of your hatred, you should have a good time from the morning till the afternoon when the sun sets. When opening the bag and taking out the quilt, remember to pat it a few times, and then the body of the mite will be photographed out. At this time, the dust will come out, but many of them are mite bodies.
Is the smell of drying quilt the smell of baking mite? There are a lot of mites in the quilt. There is no doubt about that, so it is necessary to often dry the quilt. The ultraviolet ray of the sun can kill the mite. However, 80% of mites are water, and other parts are mainly composed of protein. Even if the sun scorches mites, it is not the smell of drying quilt we smell, but the smell of protein scorching. Therefore, the dried quilt is not the smell of toasted mite.
What's the smell of the quilt? There are many microorganisms in the quilt and cotton padded clothes, including small parasites such as fungi, bacteria, viruses and mites, as well as a lot of water and oxygen. They evaporate under the high temperature of the sun and water. Under the ultraviolet radiation, the fungi, viruses and parasites will be killed, and a little oxygen chemical bond will break to form ozone, microbial remains and odor Oxygen has taste and lacks absorption of water. Therefore, the quilt after sun has a 'sun smell'. And what we call the smell of the sun is actually the smell of microbial death mixed with the smell of ozone.