No doubt, the carpet does have added value, both in terms of decoration and function. However, you also need to realize that carpet fibers easily trap dust, mites, mold, bacteria, and viruses. If the carpet is not well maintained, then millions of microorganisms live in it. It will be more dangerous if after flooding you do not use carpet cleaning st ives service because mold could grow. In addition to being able to make us sick, mold growing on the carpet emits a musty odor and can damage carpet fibers so that it aggravates the carpet condition. Carpet mold can be white, yellow, pink, bluish-green, brown, and even black. The breed is very fast, especially in the room or humid air, such as during the rainy season.
The spread of fungus starts from the spores that are usually carried by the wind. Mould and mildew can trigger allergies, so including allergens like dust and mites. In addition to fungus, referring to the results of experts’ studies, the carpet also found bacteria. Every 1 square inch of the carpet area there are about 200,000 bacteria. Compare this with the number of bacteria in the toilet seat, which amounts to about 50 bacteria. In other words, the carpet is 4,000 times dirtier than the toilet seat. So, even though your carpet looks clean and safe, it’s not a guarantee that there are no germs!
Once the carpet is at risk as a cause of disease, now is the time to free the carpet from the source of the disease. Clean the carpet regularly. The best is to vacuum it. A vacuum cleaner can eliminate various microorganism germs. Moreover, those who use the most appropriate technology. This technology can remove dust and mites that are lodged in the carpet. This system is also equipped with a water purifier that utilizes organic essential oil compounds so it is safe for children, even for babies. There are no harmful chemicals and 100% dry. So, environmentally friendly because it does not add pollutants to the air and does not cause damage to the goods.
Spotless Carpet Cleaning North Shore
1-5 Lynbara Ave, St Ives NSW 2075
(02) 8607 8811