Clinton MD Carpet Cleaning 

Ponder this question for a what area of your house is there more bacteria...your toilet seat or your carpet?

Clinton Carpet Cleaning

Believe it or not the answer is - your carpet! Studies show the typical homeowners' carpet contains about 200,000 bacteria in every square inch, about 4,000 times as much as their toilet seat. Does that make you want to keep your socks on?

Where does all this bacteria come from? Skin cells, food and drink particles, pollen, chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, exhaust and all types of other pollutants all supply bacteria living in your carpeting. It comes in from your shoes, your clothes, your skin, your hair, even the air.

That's why regularly scheduled carpet cleaning is essential. If you wait until your carpet looks dirty to get it cleaned, you've already been living among and breathing in these harmful substances in your carpet. Carpet cleaning doesn't just mean removing the filth and spots on the exterior, but it means getting these germs and bacteria below the surface.

Unfortunately, many vacuums and the vast majority of hardware store rental or retail carpet cleaning machines don't have the suction power, high temperatures, or water pressure to remove a great deal of this bacteria. The "one size fits all" cleaning solutions sold to the general homeowner don't have the effectiveness as those made specifically for the cleaning industry. A good carpet cleaner has a variety of cleaners to use in different situations. A good carpet cleaner has also had training to use these cleaners properly. Overdoing or using the wrong type of cleaning solutions in your carpets can lead to problems. Not every carpet cleaner in your town can do this if he isn't using the right cleaners, methods, equipment, or doesn't have a sufficient amount of proper training.

That's why it's important to find a company that uses qualified, skillful, IICRC Certified technicians for a deep steam clean at least once annually.

What can you do to keep your carpets clean in the meantime? To lower the quantity of bacteria in your carpet, remove shoes worn outside once you enter your home. Use rugs you can machine wash in high-traffic areas. Keep in mind, though, this won't totally do away with these pollutants, they still come in from your skin, hair, socks, and clothes. But it will lower them and help keep your home and air cleaner. Furthermore vacuum at least once per week, more if you have children or pets playing on your carpet.

A major yet often overlooked key to keeping healthy is by keeping clean. A clean home and a clean carpet make for clean air and a healthier family.

Clinton MD Carpet Cleaning


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