“Mites are small arthropods, extraordinarily diverse and abundant in nature. Currently have identified more than 30,000 species, although the number of unidentified species is much greater”.The most important species of mites from the health point of view, are those known as house dust mites are responsible for allergic diseases.
Although there are many carpets of synthetic materials that are hypoallergenic my favorites are the carpets with natural fibers.
Natural fibers linking the ideal with respect to nature, giving a touch of “eco-chic” to your soil and also I think are better because when you clean it there is no dust.
1. Sisal Rugs:
Have the characteristics of warmth and strength of sisal, but add the possibility to combine in countless designs suitable for any decor.
This product is suitable for rugs designers, sticking to the floor covering either the entire existing flooring in regular geometric shapes or following shapes of the sector to be coated.
As a single folder, gluing and sewing it up to the tiles of felt, which then runs along with any related material to suit the designer.
The variety of designs this technique allows is remarkable, both in color scheme and texture.
2. Coco Rugs: the coir yarn, is a product obtained from the pilosities that owns the coconut palm fruit, is a product known since ancient times, and comes mainly from India, Africa, and Brazil.
This yarn is then fabric to different products.
Among them, the carpets are coconut floor coverings, fabrics in a variety of tastes, either in the type of plot as in the coloring.
There are carpets of coconut suitable for domestic or public, all suitable for medium and heavy transits, which may be made to the form of folders with borders, or in rolls, suitable for pasting to the floor.
3. Jute Rugs: The jute yarn used since ancient times for making bags, purses, rugs and other items such as geotextile mesh, and many more crafts.
In the manufacture of rugs, jute began to be used as the basis of the fabric, more recently move to form the fabric itself, alone and combined with cotton, sisal, coconut, paper yarn, etc..
The jute yarn comes from the leaves of a shrub medium, widely distributed in Eastern India, and in some northern regions of Brazil.
The jute rugs have a soft texture similar to wool and are suitable for light traffic and a half.
Its resistance to wear and dirt is usually increased by treatments impregnation of the yarn, prior to their tissue.
Stained in a variety of pleasing colors, jute rugs add warmth to rooms decorated in modern or traditional styles.