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The reality of what could  be lying in your carpet

We are all well away of the germs and dirt that our carpets seem to attract and it is not mystery considering the number of shoes and bare feet that pass over it on a daily basis. It is recommended that you have your carpets cleaned by a Bristol Carpet Cleaning company that you can find at http://carpetcleaningcompanybristol.co.uk/ regularly to ensure that any of the nasty little bugs and germs that can lay deep within your carpets fibres are removed. You may want to look at having this completed on an annual basis or after a large party, particularly if you are unlucky enough to have some spillages occur.

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Here are some interesting facts about the dirt in your carpets:

  • It is the job of carpets to have fibres that tap certain particles such as dust and dirt to prevent these from being carried around your home. This also includes pollen, chemical, bacteria and other residues that we track into the house on our feet and bodies. These fibres can only hold a certain amount of particles and can no longer function properly. It is regular cleaning that helps to remove these particles from the fibres so that they can continue to filter the elements that come into the house. Vacuuming is a great way to do this on a weekly basis but a carpet cleaning company will work further down into the lower layers of the fibres.
  • Grease and oils cause problems with your carpet as they are brought into the home and they dry into the carpet and lock the dirt into the fibres of the carpet. These oils can be those that are brought in from outside the home as well as the natural oils that we carry on our bodies and our feet in particular.

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  • Those people that suffer from allergies and asthma and rhinitis can find that when their carpets become laiden with dust and dirt that their symptoms worsen and can even cause new symptoms in people who otherwise do not normally experience issues with allergies etc. This is down to the volume of particles that are in the carpet and again regular cleaning can help to keep these symptoms at bay.
  • Viruses such as the winter vomiting bug Norovirus can survive in your carpet for between four and six weeks after first contact which is why some people find that they become reinfected with a stomach bug and why it passes through families so quickly.

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