There are several kinds of dust depending on a determined number of factors. And each kind has their own cleaning and disposing procedures.
Let’s start with regular dust. According to the American Lung Association “Many people don’t realize that dust is made up of dead skin cells, dust mite droppings and dust mite body fragments. With dead skin cells acting as a key component, increased time spent indoors may actually contribute to an increase of particles in your home. As it accumulates, it becomes more visible to the naked eye, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been there the entire time.”
With that in mind, now we know that it’s important to keep our home clean, even though it’s pretty much impossible to get rid of all the particles, we can keep it at bay with a daily cleaning. If we let it rest, we have the risk to let it turn into filth, that’s when liquid or oily particles in the environment act upon the dust and makes it stick to surfaces; besides making it harder to clean it, it can host hazardous pathogens.
On the other hand, Drywall dust is a compound thin as talcum and it’s considered to be incredibly invasive; to the extent that many home vacuum manufacturers render their warranty invalid if they find it. To get rid of it it’s important to protect your furniture and have an industrial vacuum cleaner capable to absorb those particles without messing up their inner components.
We know the importance of a home free of particles, improving the air quality in your place can help you avoid lung diseases and allergies. Make your home a safe spot for your family! For both kind of dusts we’re able to help you! Just send us a message and request your estimate.