For anyone who is looking to get carpets put in their home or workplace, the variety of options can make doing so confusing. Since carpets are major collectors of dust, debris, dirt, dander and pollen, they are rather hard to keep in good shape too. Added into the fact they need such regular maintenance and many people are put off by the idea of using a carpet.
The main problem, of course, is the allergic reactions that just about any carpet can keep waiting for you.
Carpets and Allergies
Carpets, given how they are made, are known for trapping a lot of objects within the carpet. This is good for making sure the place remains nice and soft, but it does mean investing in regular maintenance and care of said carpet. It also means that your carpet is likely to lock in a lot of the allergens, dander and pollen that builds up that can cause allergic reactions and people with sensitivities to struggle.
The fact that many new carpets are made using Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs) that can set off reactions, too, is a problem. This means that if you are looking for a solution, you should put down the hoover: a simple hoovering can actually exasperate rather than alleviate said issues.
This is why having a hypoallergenic carpet can be such a useful solution. Instead of having to settle for wood or tile flooring, you can turn to hypoallergenic carpets and get the best of both worlds.
While not eradicated fully, there is a stark difference between regular and hypoallergenic carpets in terms of allergenic collection. If you want to do something about that, then you should look to pick up this particular kind of solutions.
The Benefits of Hypoallergenic Carpets
- Made from materials such as Olefin, Polypropylene and Nylon, these carpets are usually much more resistant to such build-up. Used correctly, they can vastly reduce the amount of irritation that one has to go through on any given day.
- By vastly reducing the sheer strength of such allergens and by making sure that your carpet is made using oil, chemical and petroleum-free solutions such as seagrass, hemp, wool and/or sisal, you get a carpet that does exactly what you would expect.
- It adds warmth and comfort to your home without introducing all of the nonsense with that you are dealing with presently.
While they cannot remove ALL allergens, they do a fine job of removing as many of them as they possibly can. this can stop attacks and reactions in the main, and make sure that you are left with only minor irritation.
If you are looking for a good solution to help keep the quality of your life high, though, you should get a vacuum that comes with a HEPA filter included.
Vacuum on a daily basis and get rid of as much as you can; the more help you can give that hypoallergenic carpet, the more likely it is to repay you with improved quality of life and reduced irritation.