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The carpets are significant for allergy sufferers because they harbor a lot of dust, mold spores, bacteria and other allergens.
The problem with usual carpet cleaning is that it does not get to the material that is deep within the fabric of the carpet. This material might be too deep for a vacuum cleaner, for example. But it will quickly separate from the carpet and rise into the air when someone walks over the carpet for example, so the particles are hazardous no matter how deep in the carpet they are.
When to suspect the carpets as a source of allergy:
Although it might be difficult to narrow down the source of allergens to one rather than the other part of the house or piece of furniture, the carpets might be suspected whenever symptoms like wheezing and cough or congested nose and runny nose, whenever these symptoms are worse in rooms where there is a carpet, and then get better when the allergy sufferer is in a room with no carpets (a room with tile floors or hardwood floors).
Carpet tips for allergy sufferers:
|Submitted on January 16, 2014|