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BLUEBONNET CHEM-DRY» About Chem-Dry» Back to School Dirt Prevention

Back to School Dirt Prevention

Back to School Dirt Elimination

School is back in session, therefore you don't need to continuously worry about how to occupy your children all day every day. Even so, travelling to school calls for your kids to go out there into the world and once they come back they are sure to carry all kinds of dirt as well as allergens with them. Of course that doesn’t imply you should tolerate the filth - by simply keeping well organized as well as becoming a little innovative, you'll be able to spare your home from anything your kids bring along with them. Read on to learn more about our tips!

Use a Shoe Rack

A guaranteed way to end up getting filthy carpets is to allow your kids to continue wearing their footwear inside and bring the dirt in your house. When your carpets are dirty it may affect the cleanness of your whole home and in some cases your health and well-being. Carpets are typical dirt magnets, and ought to be cleaned frequently, but when you’re able to keep the dirt from ever getting on the carpet then you’ll be a step ahead of the game, and your carpets will stay cleaner for a longer time. Shoe racks and organizers are fantastic for decreasing the amount of dirt which ends up on your carpet while keeping your entry way looking clean and well organized. They’re not too expensive and certainly worth the money to help eliminate after school dirt.

Set Out Door Mats and Rugs

An effective, yet frequently overlooked, method for preventing dirt in your house is to use mats and rugs in major entryways. If you don’t currently have mats already, then now could be a good time to begin using them. Your children are already in a learning frame of mind, so teaching them this new rule - to wipe their feet after coming home from school - will fit right in with their new routine. Making use of mats and rugs are inviting and will go a long ways to assist in preventing dirt at home.

Make a Chore Chart

Even when taking steps to prevent dirt in your house it is often inevitable. That’s why regular cleaning is very important and getting your kids to pitch in and help is a good way to ensure it gets done while teaching them hard work. All types of chores are important, but exclusively we’re talking about vacuuming your carpets. When you vacuum you clean more than merely dirt, there’s also dog hair, flea eggs, toxins, moisture, and an assortment of other pollutants that you’re getting rid of. This is easily one of the best things that you can do to extend the life of your carpets.

If these steps aren’t enough and you need some extra help, that’s where we come in. By scheduling an appointment for us to clean your carpets, we’ll make sure they’re in top condition and you can then continue to use the steps listed above to ensure your home stays clean. So, enjoy the school year, and enjoy clean carpets as well!

Tile & Stone

*Based on studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction), P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment), Granite Countertop Renewal, and Tile, Stone & Grout cleaning processes. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Pet urine bacteria results based on Chem-Dry’s HCE cleaning process and a sanitizer, combined with P.U.R.T. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple tests.

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