Your floors cop a lot. When you walk on them you literally trek in dirt and grime from where ever you have been. They can also mask the dirt that builds up on them. This means they can potentially be building up a whole host of pathogens that can impact the health of your household.
It’s not just unsightly mess and obvious dirt that is the problem either. Small particles, untended wet patches, and dirt that blends in with the aesthetics can make it harder to realise the dangers. From asthma and allergy exposure to bacteria and parasites, the more your floors are left to fester, the more your family is at risk.
While we’re not talking about high emergency risk, it is important to recognise that unclean floors can impact you more than you realise, especially if there is anyone who is susceptible to breathing difficulties. After all, that’s why we all regularly clean our floors. Unfortunately some methods of cleaning not only miss dirty spots, they spread dirt and germs across the floor. If you want to test it out for yourself just clean your feet and take a walk across your floor. It’ll soon become apparent how easily dust and dirt builds up.
Regular floor cleaning helps remove that build up and ensures your environment is healthier, as well as shining with that more pristine look. A regular deep clean, particularly in areas that generate high traffic, takes the cleanliness up a notch to ensure better ongoing health for you and your household.