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I was just given a BUNCH of this stuff as a gift & am wondering if anybody knows of a reason I shouldn't use it occasionally for dustmite control. I don't plan to use it in the baby's bed and I've never used something like this before (it just seemed like spraying perfume on the upholstered furniture), but they claim it reduces dustmites "up to 75%" etc. We do air beds, bedding, & cushions around here, and I'm really on top of the vacuuming (w/HEPA filter); we're also not prone to allergies but I'm still wondering about using some of this stuff. The only other thing I've heard of using for dustmite control is straight white vinegar & I'm not sure how that works, nor if I am up to pickle-izing the house. Opinions & experience please? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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The allergen stuff has a lot less fragrance then the regular febreeze. I would go for it, especially if it was free! I still have a bottle around here for hte days jeans can't make it to the washer :LOL
 
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