I live in the same hell. Please let me know what your solution[s] are/were.
>> URGENT: Tiny White Flying Parasite vs. Insect
>> Can you refer me to an ectoparasitologist who collects samples? If you
> don’t know one, please check around with your colleagues and associates.
>> People are contracting a tiny white parasite from clothing of retail
> stores or other sources. This pest is neither a mite nor a flea. Because
> it's airborne and breeds really fast, it's extremely difficult to control
> and get read of. I’ve discovered one other parasite victim. I’ve been
> told other victims exist. I contracted this pest via clothing at Value
> City. It has been a nightmare experience!
> We've tried RID, Kleen Free Enzymes, and various pesticide sprays. I've
> sprayed like crazy EVERY day. I even spray my clothing with RID. I wash
> my hair every night. Yet I'm still seeing this pest. The other victim had
> a worse case, and she’s pleased with the Kleen Free product. I use it
> daily, but I haven’t seen any lasting results.
>> Please pay close attention as I describe the physical attributes and
> symptoms of this pest. If someone has this pest, they will see 3 types of
> white things:
> 1) tiny round things about the size of a spec of salt
> 2) tiny, oblong shaped, things that look like a piece of thread or fiber;
> about 1/16 of an inch long
> 3) slightly larger white things that jump
> Either #2 and/or #3 flies; It is an airborne pest.
>> Optional: Victims may see tiny black things the same as item # 1 and # 2
>> If someone has this pest, they will have the following physical symptoms:
> 1) Bites that sting
> 2) Red skin rashes and/or small red bumps
> 3) Lighting sensations; Victims will feel something periodically
> lighting on their skin.
> 4) Optional: Itching **I don’t itch, but another victim has an itching
>> Pest Habits:
> When hand-picked from hair, clothing, etc., the pest will attack with
> bites. This tiny white pest can be found anywhere. Once it gets in an
> environment, it will be all over the place. It likes clothing, hair, and
> dark colored items. The #1 and #2 white things rest on material and
> non-material items. ie, a totebag or pocketbook They’ll infest
> someone’s car, also.
>> Pest Control---I haven't yet found a pesticide that completely removed the
> pest and its eggs. Over a period of weeks, constant spraying can yield a
> reduction in pest population. Due to the fast breeding, the infestation
> does not go away. This is a relentless pest!
> Entomologists have not been able to identify samples sent to them.
> Therefore, this pest is not an insect. It's either a parasite or
> arthropod. Presently, I'm trying to find an ectoparasitologist to submit
> samples to. I need the scientific name for this pest. If you have time
> to help me do research, that would be helpful.
>> I’d greatly appreciate hearing from you at your very earliest convenience.
> Thanks for your time and assistance.
>> P.S. (If anyone has contracted this pest, they can write me directly at:
> twfparasite(at)yahoo(dot)com (Use the "at" symbol and period.)
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