Most people know by now, with all the media attention given to a new strain of coronavirus, that coronavirus and similar viruses can be distributed through coughing, sneezing, talking, and physical contact. People seem to be wanting to know whether they should be concerned about coronavirus on carpets and upholstery along with all the other surfaces in their surroundings. It’s not as if you can douse your furniture and carpets with hand sanitizer or disinfectant like countertops, doorknobs, and other hard surfaces. As you step up your normal cleaning routine and sanitize your home, don’t forget about your fine surfaces, such as upholstery, carpet, tile and rugs. These surfaces can easily be overlooked. The couch is a cozy, comforting place to rest when one has a virus that normally never gets cleaned after. Although we cannot claim to completely eliminate the possibility of preventing the spread of the new strain of coronavirus, or any virus for that matter, we can tell you that the conditions created by professional carpet cleaning are not hospitable to the infectious lifespan of viruses. The system Bulldog uses to clean carpet and upholstery involves both high heat and moisture, so having your carpets and upholstery cleaned can help ease your mind. If the new strain of coronavirus proves to be like those already tested in the past, professional cleaning will decrease the chances of coronavirus surviving on your interior textiles.
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