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What's Living In Your Carpet?

WHAT'S IN 2 YOUR CARPET "SWEEP IT UNDER THE CARPET" in its figurative sense was first recorded in 1963. Each year, several pounds of soil can accumulate in and under your carpet. 2x INSIDE DUST VS OUTSIDE DUST Indoor air usually contains about twice as much dust as the air outside. 1,000,000 There are a million microscopic particles in a cubic inch of air. 40 LBS The average U.S. home collects 40 pounds of dust per year. Which is home to One ounce at least 15 species of mites that live about 45 days. can contain 15 10Z over 42,000 mites. The toxic substances in cigarette smoke can become embedded in carpet fibers, placing both children and pets at risk for cancer. WHAT CAN LIVE IN YOUR CARPET? Dust mites thrive in warm, humid environments, eating dead skin cells and nesting in dust-collecting carpet. The residue that mites leave behind can DUST MITES cause allergies. TICKS FLEAS BACTERIA SILVERFISH Bed bugs can live in carpet fibers and wooden floorboards. They are extremely fast and can crawl more BEDBUGS than 100 feet to quench their thirst for blood. DIRT & DUST MILDEW & MOLD THE AVERAGE PERSON SHEDS 1.5 MILLION SKIN FLAKES PER HOUR EVERY 36 MILLION 24 HOURS SKIN FLAKES nom nom SKIN FLAKES A HOUSEHOLD OF 5 PEOPLE WILL SHED 40 POUNDS OF SKIN FLAKES PER YEAR ALL CARPET SHOULD BE PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED A MINIMUM OF EVERY 12-18 MONTHS Air Fresh ChemBry (866) 384-7474

What's Living In Your Carpet?

shared by hyrumtaffer on May 02
Just about everybody knows that it is not sanitary to eat off of the floor, you learn that when you are a child. But what most people don’t realize, is that most carpets are full of millions of tiny...




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