Do I Need To Treat My Car For Scabies?

The Scabies infection can spread through the personal belongings and the bed of the infected person. The main reason for the spread of infection is personal contact with an infected person.

A simple hug or intimate relationships are also sure shot reasons for contracting the infection. If a scabied person is going to travel with you in a car, it is advisable to clean it, lest they may make another person’s body their host.

Let’s read more about presence of mites in our immediate surroundings -

1. Self-Contamination of the Scabies Mites

Scabies mites need the body of the host in order to survive. Once outside the body, they die a natural death in 48 hours. This process is called self-contamination.

2. Precautions For Belongings

A patient who is undergoing the treatment must ensure that he cleans all his clothes and bed linen regularly in order to get rid of the mite. Only when the life cycle of the mite is broken, will it be eradicated from the household.

3. Instructions For The Car

A victim of Scabies infection spends a large amount of time in travelling from one place to another in his car. Hence the possibility of the car getting infested by the mites cannot be ruled out completely. At regular intervals during the course of treatment for Scabies, the patient should ensure that he cleans his car with a mild disinfectant, in order to ensure that his car is mite free.

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