Carpet And Health

- Jul 15, 2019-

People moving into new homes often buy carpets to decorate their homes. However, carpets have subtle dangers to human bodies, which are often not known.

Most of the carpet fabrics have thicker latitude and longitude lines and larger voids, which are the most likely to accumulate dust. A small amount of dust fines escape into the indoor air, polluting the clean air. After warming up in the winter heating room, these dust fines will change their original properties and become a kind of gaseous substance that is more harmful to the human body.

In recent years, there has been a disease caused by carpets in Japan, and many children are children. Its main symptom is that the fever does not return, and the effect is not great after taking the medicine. Then the tongue is swollen, both hands peeling, and in severe cases, death.

This is caused by microorganisms that are bred in the carpet. This microbe feeds on cell debris that has fallen off the human skin, and once it enters the lungs or bronchi, it causes disease. The young children have weak resistance and love to play on the carpet, so the prevalence rate is the highest.

Experts suggest that it is best not to use large carpets to cover the floor; the second is to use wooden floorboards to put together the floor; the third is to use floor leather to lay the ground; the fourth is to lay a small carpet in front of the bed and in front of the sofa.