Kill Dust Mites with DustMitex then treat the Allergens produced by their fecal matter and dead bodies

Our newest product in The Ecology Works® is a ready-to-use Liquid, DustMite & Flea Control called DustMitex. This EPA registered product is colorless, odorless and will not harm water-safe fabrics. DustMitex works together with The Ecology Works® Anti Allergen Solution to first kill the dust mites and second to denature the allergens they produce.

2 steps to total relief

Kill the Dust Mites with our Spray or Powder

Use on carpet and upholstered furniture where dust mites thrive.

Convenient ready to use pre-mix spray or powder for larger areas.

For large areas mix and apply by pump sprayer or steam cleaner.

Denature the Allergens left by the Dead Dust Mites

After you have killed the dust mites spray surfaces including the undersides of upholstery, furniture, box spring, etc.

Anti-Allergen Solution neutralize allergen proteins in the air by unraveling the protein structures at the molecular level.

Natural Flea Control for Pets

Our DustMite & Flea Control has been used for over 10 years to effectively kill fleas in homes so that your pets can live happier lives. Further, the DustMite & Flea Control is safe around kids and even small infants so that after you treat your carpets and furniture, your kids can return to the treated area almost immediately.

Safe and Effective

DustMite & Flea Control Premix Spray and Powder by The Ecology Works® effectively eliminates dust mites and fleas in 2 to 8 weeks while preventing future infestation. Formulated with a borate compound, a natural element that coats the food source of mites and fleas, DustMite & Flea Control Premix Spray and Powder kills these allergen producing pests.

  • Eliminates Infestation in 2 to 8 weeks
  • Lasts for 6 months after initial treatment!
  • Clear & Odorless
  • Safe to Use - Low Toxicity
  • Won't Harm Fabrics

DustMite & Flea Control is EPA registered
and studies conducted at the University of
California have proven low toxicity levels.
Reviewed by the California EPA, it was
determined to have insignificant human exposure
risk associated with application.