How often do you change your bed sheets? I know it varies for everyone but washing sheets and pillowcases should be change at least once a week. Why? The buildup of debris that accumulates for the whole entire time the sheets and pillowcases are left unchanged. What debris?Well, human skin cells. Surprising? Not really- just take a moment and think about it. Dust mites are one of the biggest problems plus their feces! That’s right. Yuck! There are other debris besides mites in your bed, such as, bed bugs (hope not), animal hair, fungal spores, mold, insect parts, pollen, soil, cosmetics, bodily secretions, food, and bacteria.
Am I scarring you? Good! This is a threat to the respiratory tracts especially if you have allergies and asthma. If you don’t, eventually you probably will over time.
What’s the solution? Change bedding once a week with hot water cycle. Dry it using the hot drying cycle. This will kill the mites.