This is an article continued from yesterday, on helpful tips to improve the air in your house.
This may sound unnecessarily futuristic, but start using high-efficiency double-lined vacuum filter bags. These are able to filter out 99 percent of particles down to one micron or less in size. Cheap filter bags still allow for small particles to pass through the paper filter and end up being a major source of respiratory irritation, as well as household dust.
Consumers should increase the frequency of vacuuming to stop soil from sifting downward and becoming embedded in the carpet pile. Vacuuming should be done more slowly in entry areas where most particle soils accumulate. Vacuum slowly over traffic areas two or three times.
Use HVAC filters, these filters have acrylic rods that vibrate and create a static electricity that charges soil particles, thereby attracting them to the filter. Anticipate a cost of between $50 and $100 for quality filters. Reusable filters should be removed and flushed free of collected soils on a monthly basis.
Have a professional steam clean your carpet – no brainer.
Clean upholstery, drapery, bedding and other fabric surfaces regularly; wash linens weekly to remove allergens.
One of the main causes of mold isn’t merely mold spores being present – by now you’ve fended them off with your entry mats and frequent vacuuming – but moisture, so control the humidity in your house. So what are you waiting for? Carpet Cleaning Pro is the best in the business to have your carpets cleaned today.
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