Carpet Really dirty?August 22, 2013 0 Comments
What happens when the “carpet filter” gets too full? Your family begins breathing higher levels of allergens including dust mites & debris. These microscopic organisms, which are related to spiders, live in many homes. Too small to see with the naked eye, dust mites thrive in warm, humid environments — eating dead skin cells and nesting in dust-collecting bedding, fabric, carpet and furnishings. The residue that dust mites leave behind mixes with dust and becomes airborne. If you aren't allergic to dust mite protein, it's not harmful. But if you are, inhaling the residue can cause bothersome symptoms, including wheezing, sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose and skin rash.