Baltimore and surrounding counties for Carpet Sanitizing

Carpet Sanitizing is important to you if it's never been done before, and if you suffer really bad from many germs that could be living in there to cause you headaches.

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Design to kill germs, viruses & bacteria

Are you needing an ECO-Friendly non-toxic way of sanitizing and destroying viruses without using a chemical? Try our UVC-Germicidal Light. The same UVC light to purify water, and even kills anthrax, also damages the DNA in many insect eggs not to reproduce.

Carpets are a perfect breeding ground for dust mites. The same Bacteria-infested flakes of dry skin (we all shed skin) that build up in our beds also reaches our carpets. These flakes offer the dust mite a rich source of ongoing food, enhancing their rate of reproduction.

Sanitizing carpets are entirely different from cleaning them. Carpet Sanitizing is a service rid your carpets of dust mites, bacteria, germs, viruses like COVID-19, and other pathogens living in your flooring.

If you are looking to have a few spots lifted of things like coffee, urine, grease, red drink dyes, etc., there is a separate type of service; you should visit us at carpet cleaning, and we will be glad to service your needs.

Research has shown that the average human body sheds as much as 3-5 grams of skin flakes every day. That's almost 4-5 lbs. of dead skin a year. Whoa!

Method of Carpet Sanitizing

House dust mites reproduce quickly enough that their effect on human health can be significant. Since dust mites depend on moisture to survive, they are most often found in bedding such as pillows, carpets and most types of upholstered items found throughout a home, hotel room or any multi-bed facility.

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Life Cycle

The average life cycle for a male house dust mite is 20 days. A mated female house dust mite can last up to 70-90 days, laying 60 to 100 eggs in the last 5 weeks of her life.

In its normal life span, a house dust mite will produce approximately 2,000 fecal particles and an even larger number of partially digested enzyme-covered dust particles.

Habitat & Food

The house dust mite survives in all climates, even at high altitude. House dust mites thrive in the indoor environment provided by homes, specifically in bedrooms, family rooms and kitchens.

Dust mites survive extremely well in mattresses, carpets, furniture and bedding, with figures around 100–500 dust mites occupying every 1 gram of dust. Even in dry climates, house dust mites survive and reproduce easily.


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  • Dry, chemical free, nontoxic
  • Kill germs, viruses, & bacteria
  • ECO-Friendly
  • Help reduce Asthma flare ups
  • Help reduce Allergies symptoms
  • Safe on all types of carpets and rugs

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