Who are you living with?
Carpets are the lungs of your home acting as filters trapping all sorts of nasty, harmful things.
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Regular vacuuming alone is not good enough to maintain clean and healthy furnishings. Besides the dirt, marks, spots and stains you can see there are a lot of harmful germs living deeper down. Carpets are notorious for becoming a home for dust mites, allergens, dust particles and bacteria.
Cleanfootprints carpet and upholstery cleaning and sanitisation systems will remove dust mites, bacteria and allergens to help your family breathe easier and help reduce the risk of colds and other health problems.
Unlike some cleaning companies, we do not advertise cheap prices for cosmetic light surface cleans. Cleanfootprints carpet cleaners only use the best, deep down cleans leaving your home clean, sanitised and feeling fresh.
For the dirt you can see and the germs you can't!
- Dust mites
- Walked in Faeces from outside (very common)
- Hidden mould
- Food particles
- Microscopic parts of insects
- WE could go on and on.
CleanFootprints carpet and upholstery cleaners are here to help, so just click on 'Find your Branch' and give us a call today. Get your carpets and upholstery looking great again. Cleaning that Lasts.
10 times more bacteria than a toilet seat.
Although you may Henry vacuum your bedroom carpet once a week - it turns out the average bedroom carpet is usually 10 times dirtier than a toilet seat. With double the amount of bacteria found in your living room and 10 times of a sweaty gym floor.
Carpets and upholstery are breeding grounds for dust mites and bacteria which leads to health issues including breathing problems, eczema and other allergy symptons.
Cleanfootprints carpet and upholstery cleaners recommend vacumming at least twice a week with a deep clean every 9 - 12 months to avoid growing levels of bacteria, yeast and mould.
Every dust mite produces about 20 waste droppings each day, thats around 20'000 particles of faeces in each cubic foot of air.