Carpet holds chemicals that are tracked into your home. For example if you walk into your house with gasoline on your shoes or you smoke (nicotine), those chemicals end up in the carpet's padding and can hang around anywhere from a few days to a few years depending on the chemical.
The average human sheds 1.5 million skin flakes in a single hour. As a result dead skin cells contribute greatly to the dirt content in your carpet.
Pet dander is basically skin flakes, oils and hair omitted by animals. Carpet traps this dander allowing it to collect. Yuck!
Much of what ends up in carpet is walked in from outside. This can include but is not limited to pollen, plant particles, fecal matter, sand, gravel, pesticides, ash, lead, arsenic, soil and bug bits. Pollen and certain types of plants are yet another common allergen. Children found crawling on carpets with lead contamination simply brought in on shoes, showed elevated lead levels in blood tests.
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