How the AirMaster carpet traps dust
AirMaster outperfroms hard floors and standard carpets in trapping and reatining fine dust particles
AirMaster carpet compared to hard floors
DESSO's AirMaster carpet traps fine particles and releases them during vacuuming
For asthma and allergy sufferers the choice of carpeting or hard flooring can be a confusing one. Although medical professionals often advise people with severe allergies to remove wall-to-wall carpeting, carpet manufacturers defend their product, saying that carpet fibers actually trap allergy-provoking substances like dust and pollen and prevent them from circulating in the air where they can be inhaled. A new carpet from International carpet and artificial grass manufacturer, DESSO, could mean an end to such conundrums as it is designed to capture and retain more of the potentially harmful allergy-producing particles in its fibers and significantly reduce the amount of such particles floating in the air.
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