Here are just a few reasons why you should consider MicroSeal fabric protection for your carpet, rugs, or upholstery.
1. It penetrates the fibers completely and will survive many professional cleanings and normal wear. Other brands do not penetrate the fibers, but coats only where spray hits. Cleaning or normal wear easily fractures the fabric protection and you must pay for re-application.
2. MicroSeal reduces sunfading by nearly 100% on most fabrics – Independent laboratory verification. There is no protection against sunfading from other brands. If claimed, there is no independent laboratory verification.
3. Can be used on any material with a fibrous nature including suedes and smooth finished leathers, were as competitor brands don’t recommend use on these types of fabrics.
4. MicroSeal is non-toxic and non-allergenic -Carrier has a EPA rating of GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe). 95% of competitive fabric protectors are fluorochemical based, est reports have cited health and environmental concerns with fabric protectors that use flurochemicals and PTFE Resin
MicroSeal will always win the most important test of all…THE TEST OF TIME. More than words, 25 years in the aerospace industry, and worldwide independent laboratory testing speaks for itself.
To remove pollutants!
Carpeting can be a great flooring option at home. It adds warmth, comfort and feels good on bare feet. But because of all the traffic it encounters, it tends to get pretty dirty over time. In fact, it’s a germ hotspot and can be 4,000 times dirtier than your toilet seat — ew! “Rugs are botanical and zoological parks,” microbiologist Dr. Philip Tierno quoted, and mentioned that they can have many different organisms living in them.
So what’s the best way to clean your carpets? It’s suggested that hiring a professional once a year for a deep cleaning is most recommended. But weekly maintenance is super important as well. We also recommend to vacuum regularly and apply soil retardants and baking soda to the surface.
We knew this wall-to-wall textile could end up spotty, but we had no idea there could be so many creepy crawlers lingering in the fibers. So be sure to pay extra attention to your rugs this weekend if you’re doing some spring cleaning.