Your carpets could be harboring many germs and making you ill Your carpet does a valuable job by acting as a filter, trapping damaging air pollutants like pollen, fungi, chemicals, bacteria, cigarette smoke, tars, and residues. Sounds terrible right? The trouble is once the carpet gets “full” it no longer traps or holds these air pollutants. These trapped pollutants can only be removed with regular professional carpet cleaning. It makes sense to clean them right?
2 - Sandy soil is tearing your carpet apart If you have ever got down close with your carpet and parted the pile you might have been shocked to find a sand pit of soil in your carpet that cannot be reached by home vacuum cleaners. This dirt isn't usually visible, but is grinding your carpet and upholstery away every time you walk or sit on your carpets.
1. Carpets attract Greasy residue and dirt Every day oily residue from the rooms in your home and your family pets (if you have them) is carried in from outside and dries onto your carpet. This residue attracts and “locks-in” dirt to your carpet fibres. Given time, this dirt can actually change the colour of your carpet and can be compounded. If left this can lead to unsightly traffic lanes and can become permanent.