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Anti Dust Mites Hand-held Vacuum Cleaner from 14 April £34.99 instore @ Lidl
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Anti Dust Mites Hand-held Vacuum Cleaner from 14 April £34.99 instore @ Lidl

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Posted 7th Apr
  • With 3 powerful functions, it removes dust mites, germs and bacteria from a variety surfaces around your home
  • 3 functions: UV lamp, suction mode and vibration mode
  • UV light sterilises surfaces without any chemicals
  • Auto shut-off function: UV light only activates on contact with surfaces
  • Easy-to-clean, removable dust container, no bags required
  • Washable HEPA filter included
  • Power consumption: 300W, 6W UV-C lamp
  • Dust container capacity: 125ml
  • Cord length: 4m
  • 3-year warranty
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This is a super deal! I’ve been looking for something like this for ages & now I can get one. Thanks very much for sharing.
300w doesn't sound very powerful to me. Surely a proper Hoover will do a better job and get a uv lightbulb if uv does anything.
Every vacuum cleaner is an anti dust mite vacuum cleaner. It's like saying anti bacterial soap.... Soap was made to be anti bacterial in the first place!
jsty310524 m ago

Every vacuum cleaner is an anti dust mite vacuum cleaner. It's like saying …Every vacuum cleaner is an anti dust mite vacuum cleaner. It's like saying anti bacterial soap.... Soap was made to be anti bacterial in the first place!


not strictly true. antibacterial is designed to kill the bacteria, regular soap is designed to remove grime and therefore bacteria with it. You would not want your surgeon to just be using regular soap pre op!
Edited by: "shareef" 7th Apr
Dust mites do not squat on the surface, the UV will not penetrate deep enough to do anything ***, and a tiny vacuum will not remove them.

Dyson
"To kill a dust mite, an ultraviolet light would have to stay in that spot for an hour and that would only work if the dust mite stayed in that spot the whole time."

It's better to reduce the humidity in your mattress/duvet by airing it, something we don't seem to do in this country.

*** ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc…79/

Sites promoting this seem to ignore that fact that all the research was not done with a mattress, but just irradiating an open Petri dish, so of course everything died...
Edited by: "horsey" 8th Apr
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