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Thursday, May 2, 2013

On Cleaning Rugs

Allergy is my constant visitor in this time of the year, summer time. I’ve been sneezing and blowing my nose since I woke up an hour ago. I will be running errands in the city today- it is easier to do what I need to do if the allergy will leave me alone. The boyfriend advise me to take anti-allergy whenever allergy hit me but as a hardheaded girlfriend I always answer him that it is not yet the right time to take any as I can still kick it naturally.

 I wish I can avoid inhaling the things that trigger the allergy but I know I can’t. I am glad that we don’t have any rugs at home that need deep and thorough cleaning. However I know that there are homeowners who prefer to have rugs in their home. One of them is my boyfriend, I remember seeing a nice rug placed in the center of the living room in of the pictures he sent to me.

Now, I am wondering if he hired the service of rug cleaning to clean the rugs all over his house. If he does, I want to know if the company he hired is environmental friendly. As we all know, people this days are more concern about the environment. I recently heard that there are companies who use non-toxic cleaning products. But then, knowing the boyfriend who loves natures, I am certain that he have a good choice when it comes to hiring cleaning service.

13 comments:

Travel Quest said...

I know how you feel, what part of US you live? I never have any problem on spring allergy until we move to Tennessee :(

April M. said...

i have my own rug/carpet cleaner. i always clean my carpet once a month. i hate dust and scared that it would cause allergy to my little ones.

~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

Rugs are indeed expensive therefore rug cleaning is highly recommended to save us money.

jheylo said...

I have an area rug and it's too big to put in my washing machine, i can clean/wash it through laundry mat because they have the bigger machines though

Chubskulit Rose said...

Rug cleaning can be done personally but if you want the clean that is spotless, a professional is a great choice.

Arlene said...

Aw i can relate to allergy reactions. I do have it too sis and yea ur bf is right, it's only anti-allergy pills that can help it go away. It's not viral that made u cough and sneeze. it's the pollutants. :)

I am attacked too anytime and i always have the anti-histamine in my bag bt it makes me sleepy so i use monte lucas as it does not make me sleepy.

working mama said...

yes, using cleaning products that is eco-friendly is a must these days..

Claire said...

Sometimes cleaning rugs are tough but when its clean well I love to see it though. ha ha

Jadey Diva Fabulosa said...

That's why we don;t have rugs, I am also allergic to dusts.

jenn said...

i used to have that problem while i was still in PI. good idea about having the rugs and carpet cleaned. it willsurely help with your allergies symptoms.

Marms @ Home and Household said...

We always vacuum the rugs at my house. Then we put them out to sun dry in the summer.

Adin B said...

I hope you are feeling better. Yes, there are cleaning companies these days that uses eco-friendly cleaners. I use homemade cleaners a lot because I am recently sensitive to the cleaners you buy at the store that are so harsh. It just gives me headache.

Shela said...

My son and I got dust allergies! Yea recommendable to clean rugs all the time. I can not stand when it starts to get dusty and dirty.