Don’t we all just hate it when the carpet flooring we spent hundreds of dollars on now comes off as old, faded and botched? We spend more time trying to scrub off the stains, and pressing it down from the corners—trying to glue it on the floor but it just keeps coming back.
If you were to ask if Berber carpets are still popular, many would tell you a straight forward ‘no’! That’s not true. Berber carpets are very much popular. Over the years, they have become an admired floor covering, primarily for their durability and versatility.
Indoor pollution is becoming a serious problem in the US. According to the WHO. 12% of asthma in children can be attributed to indoor mold exposure. The source? Dirty Carpets. Take a look:
Carpets are susceptible to all sorts of damage. Whether it’s a stubborn stain, a scorch mark, or a tear—most of it is easy to fix at home. With the right equipment and of course, the right attitude, you can have your carpet looking the way it did, in its glory days, in no time.
A cursory look at your carpet does not make you realize that it may contain 200,000 bacteria per square inch or that it may top your toilet seat when it comes to harboring filth. In fact, according to Men’s Health, an average indoor carpet can be about 4,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Scary
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