While it might sound like a stretch, I think it can, please hear me out,
One square foot of carpet can hide up to one pound of dirt and still look clean, so an average room could potentially hold 200 lbs. of soil and you may not even see it. While this is an extreme example, even cleaner than average homes contain a lot more soil then you might think.
Not my home, I vacuum every day you might say. A proctor and Gamble study shows that vacuuming removes less than 70 percent of carpet soils. While vacuuming regularly is necessary and recommended, it doesn’t remove the heavier soils and sticky particles that get trapped in your carpet. It’s estimated that 79 percent of carpet soil consists of sand and dry particulate matter. It’s gritty and abrasive, if it isn’t removed, the sharp edges cut into the carpet fibers and make them look dull. It causes ugly wear patterns in hallways and other traffic areas. The damage caused is often permanent and greatly reduces the life of the carpet.
Okay, so how can cleaning them improve my golf game? I’m getting there.
Besides the sandy soil, Grease, oil and tar builds up from cooking, car exhaust and asphalt from our shoes. It’s sticky and acts like a magnet to attract light soils, such as food particles, hair, skin flakes, insect fragments, pollen, mold spores, etc.. Your carpet becomes a mini eco-system where bacteria, dust mites and other tiny creatures thrive.
Professional carpet cleaning using the hot water extraction method (steam cleaning) can remove up to 95% of the allergens from your carpets, Improving your air quality significantly.
So, have you ever skipped a round of golf because of allergies? If you would have played that day, you would have improved, (at least a little, right?) So I say yes, having carpets cleaned can improve your game.
But wait, there’s more. Since your carpets will last longer if cleaned regularly, you could take the thousands of dollars you saved and hire a good personal golf coach, that will surely improve your game.
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