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  1. No construction work in my area. This accumulation of gray powdery substance blowing from my ductwork has been going on for several years. I’m very much aware of mites and know that they’re very much a part of our lives. I wash my bed linens, including pillows and mattress covers once a week and also vacuum my mattress.
  2. Marc, I took the sample out of my vacuum cleaner bag, therefore whatever was in my carpet ended up in the sample. Most of the stuff in the vacuum canister was the gray powder. There was some normal dust and hair, etc, although I was careful to not get hair And dust with the sample. I guess the hair was microscopic. I keep my house very clean and have very little dust —just the powder! I‘m single and live alone and don’t generate a lot of dust. I can dust one day and the next day my furniture is covered with the powder. I replaced my filters 2 months ago. Last night I removed them and ta
  3. HELP!!!! I bought my home in 2004 and did some renovations. After the renovations, I had my ductwork cleaned. After 4 or 5 years, I started noticing a fine gray powdery substance collecting on my furniture. When I vacuumed the powder collected heavily in my vacuum canister. I collected a sample and had it tested in a lab. The results were cellulose, hair, skin and bug parts (very disturbing since I’m extra clean and have rarely seen a bug in my house in the 16 years I’ve lived here!). But I was glad to know no asbestos! Someone told me it was probably the backing breaking down in my
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