Advertisement Hi guys, I’m new to this site so please bare with me. I hope I put this in the right forum. I’ve had a sudden outbreak of grain mites in about half of my sling enclosures. I know they aren’t harmful, but a few of my slings appear to be bothered by them. I’ve put the slings that are affected the worst into catch cups, and I’m about to make them brand new enclosures. Two of them (T. Albopilosum and B. Boehmei) I’ve noticed since yesterday are grooming/scratching their sides, fangs, bellies and booklungs almost every time I check on them. They look like a human helplessly scratching themselves, in a very fast manner too. Definitely doesn’t look like normal grooming, and I know they aren’t flicking hairs. Last night, I walked into my T room and turned the light on (normally my T. Albopilosum sling will run very fast into its burrow) and it was laying on its back (that scared me because it just molted a few days ago!) and scratching its underside/book lung area like crazy.. It ran into its burrow when I picked the enclosure up and appears to be okay, just looks very annoyed... My question is: How do I get rid of the grain mites that are ON my slings??? Any advice is much appreciated, thank you!