Professional Rug Cleaners
While weekly (rather than monthly) vacuuming helps keep bacteria and mould under control, it does not get rid of all the dirt, debris, dust mites, and perhaps allergens that lurk in the bottom layer of the rug. Unless you have or use top of the line commercial-grade vacuum cleaner and relatively thin rug, chances are your appliance’s suction power will not reach the bottom layer.
There are two primary reasons to have rugs cleaned: health and money. A rug is like a hot-bed for bacteria, dust, dead skin cells, and pollen. This is not an overestimation of the situation; it is a fact that rug or mat often turns into a breeding ground of critters without proper regular professional cleaning services. Your rug may contain about 200,000 bacteria per square inch. In other words, it is about 4,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat.
Expert Rug Cleaning
Many insect species live in a typical rug. This kind of bacteria infestation happens because the average person sheds about 1.5 million dead skin cells every hour. These skin cells hit the rug, and provide food for germs. If you also count the occasional coffee spill and food particles, there is almost certainly a constant buffet in your carpet every hour of the day. Unless professionally-cleaned, the rug becomes a community centre for E. coli, salmonella, and allergens.
Fluff from garments and shoes likewise work their route profound into the mat filaments. Many (if not most) allergens are minuscule to such an extent that they get effectively kicked into the air, causing a wide range of respiratory issues. While these germs are seldom perilous, they can cause aggravation and unfavourably susceptible responses. Each time you stroll on the mat deck, you outrage the microorganisms, carrying a great deal of them closer to the surface, so that is the reason normal cleaning is indispensable!
Tel: 01582 935110
Serving Luton, Hertfordshire
*Subject to minimum job price charge of £45