But My Carpets Don’t Look Dirty

Well, guess what?  Looks aren’t everything! Clean first for your family’s health and then for appearance. In the average home over two million dust mites feed on dead skin scales and other debris.  They hide in your carpet, upholstery, drapes, mattress, and pillows. Mites can double their numbers in ten hours, and produce ten to twenty pieces of feces per day.  You get 100,000 dead bodies and thirty million pieces of feces added to you home every day.  Microscopic mite feces and corpses are so small that they blow up into the air as you walk about your house, and they get into you lungs.  Eighty percent of Americans who suffer from allergies are allergic  to airborne mite refuse. To help limit their effects on your health, you need to have your carpets and furniture cleaned more often.