One of the most allergenic materials found indoors is dust. Allergic reactions to dust include asthma, eczema and hay fever. Ailments include headaches, fatigue, itching, watery eyes, depression, sneezing, and bronchitis.
Dust is heavily contaminated with the fecal pellets and cast skins of dust mites. It is the undigested enzymes in the dust mite feces that excacerbate many of the ailments we suffer from when we breathe fine dust particles into our lungs. Whilst you can’t get rid of every dust mite, our cleaning processes help to substantially reduce their numbers, limiting their harmful effects over time.
A female dust mite creates 40 to 80 little dust mites each month. Cutting the breeding cycle with a weekly and/or fortnightly clean removes dust mites exponentially over time: creating a considerably cleaner environment in and around your home.
Additionally, science has yet to reveal the exact nature of the damage done by unnatural and microscopic man-made contaminants and pollutants. Anyone suffering from hay-fever can tell you how uncomfortable microscopic pollens can make them, not to mention the harm caused by microscopic mold spores and other unspecified irritants. A person with even a little sensitivity can tell the difference when they walk into a home cleaned by 1800 CLEANER. It’s akin to walking into the top of a mountain.
By looking at cleaning scientifically we have developed an innovative approach that combines simple tested logic with sound ecological practices. Our customers enjoy a healthier home that is easier to keep clean which reduces their cleaning costs over the longer term. As a result their homes stay spectacularly clean all year round.
The ultimate benefit is priceless – the health and well being of loved ones.
This is a close up of dust clump typically found in a bathroom. Composed mostly of dead skin flakes, hair, plastic fibres from scrubbers, toilet paper fibres, dog dander, insect parts, pollen, silica, bacteria, and mold.
Mold. Aspergillus versicolor is very common in damp places. This genus can also cause the fungal lung infection aspergillosis.
The proteins carried by dust mites can cause allergic reactions in we humans by triggering the immune system to over react.