Do you know harmful Bacteria and Allergens may lurk in your carpet? – Time for Carpet Cleaning
Carpet is the most popular flooring option which is not only comfy but also stylish. At the same time, carpet has the ability to absorb noise adding to the home’s acoustics, it conserves energy, ideal for kids and elderly. But carpet also traps allergens, pores, mold spores, dust and harmful bacteria which may lead to health problems. According to an article in sheknows – Philip Tierno, Jr., Ph.D., New York University Langone Medical Center microbiologist, immunologist and author of The Secret Life of Germs, conducted a research which showed that your carpet is actually dirtier than you think. In fact, it probably has about 200,000 bacteria per square inch. That’s about 4,000 times grosser than your toilet, in case you were keeping track.
Deadly E Coli, Norovirus and salmonella could be lurking in your carpet posing a serious health issue.
The stomach flu and many other digestive problems in kids and adults are caused by Norovirus, also known as the Norwalk virus. The virus thrives in the carpet and when someone walks on the carpet it becomes airborne.
Salmonella is the major culprit in causing diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever in little ones and elderly persons. Though present in contaminated food but it can travel to your home and the carpet from the bottom of your shoes.
Another bacteria that could track into your home with shoes and fester in your carpet is E.coli (Escherichia coli). Your carpet is even more prone to this bacteria if you have pets at home as it is found in pet and human fecal. To stay healthy never eat food that has landed on the floor and carpet.
Regularly vacuuming a carpet and taking professional carpet cleaning services impart a refreshing look to the carpet. Washing the carpet with an advanced cleaner helps reducing allergens as it removes dust mite matter, and using antibacterial cleaner helps in removing horrible bacteria.” Induct Clean has –
- Extensive experience in carpet cleaning
- Trained and qualified team of technicians
- High quality cleaning equipment and process
- 100% satisfaction
We use Hot Water Extraction process to the clean the carpet. In this process, heated water, occasionally with chemicals, is sprayed on the carpet. At the same time, the water is vacuumed up along with dissolved dirt / chemical.
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Induct Clean technicians have hands on carpet cleaning and restoration experience and use the latest techniques and equipment. Also, we must understand bacteria which is the most abundant organism on the Earth before carpet cleaning. Some bacteria live in conjugation with humans and are not harmful at all. We have to be more attentive in keeping bad bacteria out of our homes by following good cleaning habits and getting the carpets regularly cleaned from a trained staff.
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