Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Cleaning your home improves your indoor air quality

When winter is over it is best to clean your home. 

Cleaning your home improves your indoor air quality and removes soil, dirt and dust that has built with the rainy conditions and change of seasons. 

Cleaning carpets in your bedroom , Lounge, Dining , hallway , family room will remove spots , stains improving the carpet appearance. The carpet will last longer as the soil that cuts at the fibers has been substantially reduced . 

Professional trained technicians will also assist to remove mould spores that are in dark areas of your carpet , rugs , couch , dining chair or curtain. A yearly clean of you home will assist to remove these pollutants that cause sneezing, itching , coughing and help you to breathe easier. The health of your home is important!
  Please check out the lung association website below.

Care of Old Carpets
  • Keep carpets clean and dry. Regular vacuuming can keep your carpet relatively dry and clean. If you're in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, you could get one with a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance) filter, which removes over 99% of dust on vacuumed surfaces. A central vacuum system is also highly effective.
  • When cleaning, use only nontoxic carpet cleaners and follow the manufacturer's directions carefully. If the product label includes a caution or toxic symbol, or if the odour is strong, choose another product. Allow carpet to dry fully after wet cleaning.
  • Think before shampooing your carpet. People who misread or fail to follow directions for diluting carpet shampoo may expose themselves and others to respiratory problems from soap dust. Soap dust will lead to coughing, dry throat, breathing difficulties, nasal congestion and headaches. Vacuuming will not remove the dust. Steam cleaning is the only effective means to remove the dust and solve the problem.
  • Clean spills promptly and thoroughly.

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