Will Chlorine Bleach Kill Dust Mites?

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Chlorine bleach can be used to kill dust mites as a disinfected. However, dust mite live under dust. The best way to kill them and keep them away is by washing clothes at least every one to to two weeks. Also, make sure to vacuum as well.
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