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   IS THERE BACTERIA OR VIRUSES IN MY CARPET?

HOW CAN CARPET THAT IS WALKED ON EVERYDAY CONTINUE LOOKING NEW?

 

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WHAT IS BACTIBARRIER?

New carpet can improve the appearance of any room, but how can carpet that is walked on every day continue looking new? To keep your carpet clean, it's necessary to vacuum regularly with a strong, well-functioning and properly-filtered vacuum cleaner. Unfortunately, due to traffic, children, pets and normal wear, carpet fibers inevitably become soiled, and a dull appearance results. And no matter how much you vacuum, eventually you will need to call a professional carpet cleaner.

Regular professional cleaning using a cleantrust technician is as important to your carpet as having a trained mechanic perform routine tune-ups on your car. While your carpet may appear clean on the surface, periodic cleaning by a certified technician can remove what you can't see and help your carpet retain its fresh, beautiful appearance.

  IS THERE BACTERIA OR VIRUSES IN MY CARPET?

 

We vacuum our carpets to clean up a  visible dirt and mess  .  But carpets can actually collect mold spores and allergens, and in some cases can be reservoirs of bacteria or viruses . Professional carpet  cleaning serves an important health function.  You’d be surprised at what might be in between carpet fibers, especially if you don’t vacuum often or schedule regular professional carpet cleanings. ask us about BactiBarrier cleaning.

How does the BactiBarrier Cleaning System work?

 

The active ingredient in the BactiBarrier Cleaning System is an antimicrobial that forms a colorless,

 

odorless, positively charged polymer, which permanently bonds to the treated surface. You could

 

think of it as a layer of electrically charged spears. When a microorganism comes in contact with

 

the treated surface, the quaternary amine spear punctures the cell membrane and the electrical

 

charge shocks the cell. Since nothing is transferred to the now dead cell, the antimicrobial doesn’t

 

lose strength and the spear is ready for the next cell to contact it. Normal cleaning of treated

 

surfaces is necessary to prevent build up of dirt, dead microbes, etc. which could cover the

 

treatment, prohibiting it from killing microorganisms.

  How does the BactiBarrier Cleaning System react to commercial and residential carpets?

 

The newer and older solution dyed carpets can be treated with the BactiBarrier® Cleaning System. Carpets need to be

 

cleaned prior to application with specially formulated carpet cleaning detergent to insure that active ingredient in

 

formulation bonds. Like any cleaning detergent directions specify, all carpets and upholstery should be tested for dye

 

fastness prior to treatment.

What is the difference between the BactiBarrier Cleaning System and other antimicrobial cleaning systems on                                                                the market?

 

Conventional antimicrobial cleaning systems penetrate living cells and kill by way of poisoning the organism. They are designed to act

 

quickly and dissipate quickly to avoid adverse effects to humans and animals due to their toxic ingredients. Most commercial

 

antimicrobials used for treating building surfaces do a great job of getting a quick kill on bacteria and fungi, although most have a limited

 

spectrum of effectiveness. The BactiBarrier technology takes a totally unique approach. It provides an effective initial microbial kill when

 

applied, like the conventional methods, but it also provides long-term control of growth on treated surfaces…basically, for the life of that

 

surface. The surface itself is modified to make it antimicrobially active for the normal life of the substrate onto which it is applied. 

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