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Dust Mites
Dust Mite
2010-12-02

dustmateOur constant companions who lives with us in our homes are the small creatures called Dust Mites. They live in warm and moist places like insides of pillows, mattresses, couches and other furniture. They can not be seen with bare eyes. Their favorite meal is dead skin cells from humans and their pets.

Used mattress may have up to ten million dust mites living in it. Carpets also tend to house large colonies of these household pests, making just about anything porous liable to support the life of these most abrasive of creatures.

Dust mites are dangerous to babies and little children. If exposed to dust mites they can get allergy to dust mites. Exposure as a young child can also cause other complications including asthma, eczema, and hay fever that will last for a lifetime. Paired with cat dander, cockroach droppings, and grass pollen, these allergic reactions and side effects can become almost unbearable for many people. As the colony of dust mites grows, so does the amount of decaying body parts and fecal waste left behind from them. These waste products are the root cause for the allergy and asthma symptoms caused by dust mites.

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Conserve Water

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Conserve Water

This point is often overlooked: wet extractors use large amounts of water. Further, they generate large amounts of wastewater which burdens sewers and water treatment facilities. Also, wastewater left in the carpet evaporates, humidifying buildings and forcing air conditioners and dehumidifiers to run harder and longer. Using HOST saves water. In fact, the HOST System deep cleans carpet with 97% less water than typical high-flow wet extractors. However, as HOST Dry Carpet Cleaner is ready-to-use, the actual water savings in any building using it is 100%.

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Conserve energy

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Conserve Energy

Many environmental organizations recognize that it takes quite a bit of energy to heat water used in wet extraction cleaning methods. In an effort to lower costs and energy use, such organizations are supporting cleaning systems that do not use water. With DRYECOCARPET there is:

  • No water to heat

  • No need to use blowers to dry carpet

  • No need to run dehumidifiers and air conditioners to remove moisture from the carpet and air


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How to Remove Candle Wax From Carpet
2010-12-02

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Another common problem with carpet is waxing. Getting candle wax on your carpet may seem like a nightmare and a hassle to remove, but it is incredibly easy. Follow these simple steps to a candle wax free carpet.

First place a dishtowel on top of the candle wax. Than place the plastic baggie that is filled with ice on top of the dishtowel. After that leave on for a few minutes until the ice freezes the candle wax. Than pick off the frozen candle wax pieces off of the carpet and at the end lightly dampen the thin dishtowel with rubbing alcohol and go over the spot if there is any little left over pieces or residue remaining on the carpet.  

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Eco-Friendly Carpet Cleaning Professionals

Traditional commercial carpet-cleaning solutions contain a cocktail of noxious synthetic chemicals. One, perchloroethylene, commonly called “perc” in the industry, is a notorious dry cleaning additive known to cause dizziness, fatigue and nausea if ingested or inhaled. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also links perc to kidney and liver damage. Another chemical, naphthalene, a solvent manufactured from coal tar, is considered toxic to the human central nervous system and a possible carcinogen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Carpet cleaning chemicals get into the air of a room when applied during cleaning, and can also be ingested by kids who play on the floor soon afterwards. Besides such on-site health threats, carpet cleaning chemicals can pollute local groundwater if disposed of improperly (such as directly down your drain). Wastewater from carpet cleaning requires treatment and/or filtration in order to neutralize contaminants.

Eco-Friendly Carpet Cleaning Professionals
Thanks to growing awareness about the potential health impacts of carpet cleaning, a new breed of professional services has sprung up that eschews dangerous and polluting chemicals in favor of more natural solutions. Some of the newer and more green-friendly cleaning solutions used by professional services are plant instead of chemical based, and include such brand names as Bi-O-Kleen, Capture, AFM SafeChoice, NatureClean, SimpleGreen and Seventh Generation’s Natural Citrus Carpet Cleaner.

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