Facts You Should Know

Carpets are often spoiled with stains, traffic, discolouring. If you don’t get a professional carpet cleaner to do their job it can end up in a state that the manufacturer warranty will be voided. Which can be an extra expenditure that you might have to replace or even the possibility of  purchasing a new one.

You carry outside oily residues everyday onto your carpet. These residues will change the color of your carpet and can be permanent. As well as the sandy soil you bring into your house. They aren’t usually visible to human eyes, but they are definitely there,  grinding on your carpet and upholstery every time you walk or sit on them.

Your carpet could be trapping bacteria, pollen, chemicals etc… all the terrible air pollutants you can think of. They can trigger asthma, eczema and rhinitis attacks. It can be a serious health issue for those who have environmental allergies. These trapped pollutants can only be removed with a professional carpet cleaning.

Carpet or toilet seat. Which one is more dirty? Some people might think of the toilet seat, but think again! Carpet can be a few thousand times more germs than your toilet seat! Disgusting right? Maybe you will ask what if I drop food on the carpet, can the 5 second rule apply? The answer is no. The fact is, bacteria can live up to a few weeks in the carpet, and they will get on your food. There is this virus known as The Norovirus, which causes symptoms similar to food poisoning or the stomach flu. So don’t say we didn’t warn you! Forget about the 5 second rule!

We should remove our outdoor shoes before we walk into our house. Minimize dirt getting in and the chances we put a stain onto our carpet. We should clean our carpet regularly just like how we clean ourselves or wash our clothes. You can either do it yourself or hire a professional carpet cleaner. Professional carpet cleaner will help you remove around 98 percent of the pollutants from your carpets.

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