Clean Now to Keep Ice Melt from Runing Your Carpets and Floors
Your carpet and floor don’t look as goos at the end of winter. Ice Melt salt is HUGE cause of this problem. It gets scattered all over and every time you walk inde your home and step into your vehicle, you track in harmful chemicals.
What does ice melt do to carpet and rugs?
Your first step of prevention is vacuuming & Vacuuming very well into your carpet backing. However vacuuming isn’t all you need to do.
Many types of Ice Melt cause a sticky residue that can cause ugly spots and traffic wear. To prevent this a thorough carpet or rug cleaning needs to be done after ice melt is tracked inside. This should be done by the end of winter.
What does ice melt do to your floors?
First, the oily residue can be slippery on some floor which can cause falling hazards, Secondarily, the floor finish can be compromised.
March is the PERFECT time to get your carpet, rugs, tile and floor cleaned to prevent Ice Melt damage caused by winter snow getting tracked inside.
Frequent sweeping and mopping is necessary throughout the inter constant maintenance, the chemicals used in ice melt damage the finish and hardwood, tile, grout lines, natural stone, and vinyl.
A professional deep cleaning should be done every 1-2 years along with evaluation of the sealer or carpet protector on your floor.
What about your pets?
Ice melts can be toxic as mention on my time times by ASPCA. Your pets may lie on the floor and get ice melt absorbed into their fur.
Now its the PERFECT time to get your carpet rungs, and floor cleaned. Just Call us for an Honest professional assessment of that you need.
We’ll make your home or business clean and health again.
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