Our home is our pride and joy, and most of us spend hours and hours each week to keep it looking very nice. However,there are things that we can’t see that are lurking in our homes. While they aren’t fun to think about, taking action against them can literally help you to get a better night of sleep.
Dust mites are one of those entities in our homes that you can only see under a microscope. They tend to form in places where your body rests, including blankets, pillows, furniture, carpeting, and even your mattresses. There can be millions of dust mites in any area without you seeing them.
Many people assume that they have allergies when they wake up with sinus pressure, when they are sneezing, or when their eyes are red and itching but in fact, they are probably sharing their mattress with lots of dust mites. The development of breathing problems such as asthma and bronchitis can also be linked to dust mites.
How do dust mites survive? They mostly live on dead skin cells and all of us shed thousands of them every single day. They also don’t need very much to live on. A female can lay up to 300 eggs at a time so you can see how the problem can quickly escalate out of control without assistance.
Don’t assume that vacuuming your carpets and furniture is all it takes to get rid of dust mites. In fact, you may only end up spreading them to more locations in your home. I am happy to tell you that the products we use are organic in nature. While they don’t include chemicals, they do get rid of those dead skin cells, bacteria, allergens, and those dust mites.
The process we use for mattress cleaning starts out with a solution that gets rid of the bacteria. It also loosens up the dirt particles that are in your mattresses. We have a high powered vacuum too that will trap 99.97% of what it picked up. The next step is to sterilize your mattress with a powerful disinfectant
A spray that will continue to kill bacteria and that also contains insect repellent will then be applied. I don’t think that there is a service provider out there that goes to the same efforts that we do. We want to make sure you get rid of dust mites while keeping your home free of any harsh chemicals. Call us today to see what we can do to help you get a better night of sleep.
Carpet mills recommend reapplication of Protector to maintain their warranties. Shaw Industries' R2X™ brand carpet warranty is voided by "treatment after installation by any product other than DuPont Teflon...".
DuPont™ recommends the application of Teflon® Advanced after each cleaning on all carpet types, even those with built-in soil and stain protection. Reinforces stain-blocking qualities of stain-resist nylon fibers, such as Stainmaster®.
Vacuuming is actually more effective with Scotchgard (Scotchguard) and Teflon protectors. Dirt is more easily picked up, and fewer passes are required with the vacuum.
Simplify spill cleanup
Carpet protectors help keep spills from becoming hard-to-remove spots or stains. It repels liquids, so spills can be blotted up quickly and easily.
Keeps carpet and furnishings looking good longer.
Scotchgard and Teflon® Advanced both help carpets and furnishings resist stains from both oil and water based foods, including soft drinks, coffee, tea, red wine and grease. They also make blotting up liquid spills easier, help stains release more easily when carpet and upholstery are cleaned, revitalize mill applied stain protection and actually make vacuuming easier.
Scotchgard and Teflon® protectors can be applied to virtually any type of carpeting, rug, and upholstery fabric to protect against dirt, spots, and stains. Soil does not adhere readily to treated fibers and, therefore, can be easily vacuumed away. Forced-in stains can be spot-cleaned more easily by conventional cleaning techniques. Scotchgard and Teflon® help keep carpeting, rugs, and upholstery looking cleaner longer, even after heavy use and regular vacuuming.
NOTE: To be applied only to thoroughly cleaned carpet! Application to soiled carpet will trap in dirt and stains .Check this video out -- Carpet Protector - Teflon http://youtu.be/8CnWy