Getting Rid of Tiny Microscopic Bugs?

My daughter is having the same problem with tiny microscopic bugs. She says they eat the soles of her shoes, are in her clothing, her hair ties, on her skin, in drawers, and even on the animals. She said some are black and tiny like flea poop. Some she described sound like clover mites can anyone help?

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June 27, 20120 found this helpful

We all have tiny microscopic creatures living on our bodies--it's normal and they cause us no harm. There are also tiny mites, like scabies an chiggers, that can bite us, and cause problems. Animals can transfer some things to us: chiggers, mites, fleas, etc. But I know of none that will cover our posessions, our bodies, and eat our clothing. If these are microscopic, how can she see them? Could it be possible that your daughter has an obsssive-compulsive disorder and is afraid of normal bacteria, germs, and things we all live with? This is hardly uncommon or unheard of.

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November 21, 20141 found this helpful

No! They are for real and there is a huge epidemic!

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Vacuum and read what else in my other answer to the guy Murphy from Woodbury, CT.

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December 2, 20160 found this helpful

Probably, she has black carpet beetles. Black carpet beetle larva can eat fabric, fur, leather, and irritate skin. I caught a few insects and entomologists identified them as carpet beetles. Those bugs live outside and are attracted by certain smells inside the house. I believe, we got them bec a u s e we bought a dog. Our dog is protect e d from fleas, ticks and worms. However, none pesticide/treatments protect from everything. I vacuum and clean 3 times per week, I got rid off many clothing and books. I also bought Raid Max fogger with active I ngredient cyperpermethrin. I will fog all house before we shall go on vacation. By the way, we never has been infested before we bought a dog. I believe, pets can attract and b r ing a lot of unwanted insects inside the house.

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