How to get rid of dust?
What we do that in the house it became pure? Correctly, we clean. We get rid of the large, evident dirt congestions rather quickly. And then we turn on the vacuum cleaner.
Notice, the main instrument of labor for cleaning is called the vacuum cleaner, but not the mud-collector or a dustbin. It means that fine dust is our main enemy.
You believe that your apartment is pure? And how often you should dust the polished furniture? And how many motes dance in a narrow ray of sunlight. And each mote - a source of allergens.
On average in the usual room in a year over 10 kg of dust are formed. The person inhales per day up to 6 billion motes. To 80% of reserve opportunities of immune system we spend for fight against the dust anti-genes getting to an organism.
according to the World Health Organization (WHO) to 20 - 30% of respiratory diseases and 4 - 8% of premature deaths are caused by the air of rooms polluted by dust.
We got used to fight against dust the vacuum cleaner. Of course, this useful unit cleans the mass of dust, but its lack that it is not capable to detain her all. Considerable part of dust, the smallest, it the most harmful, passes through vacuum cleaner filters, and is again thrown in air. Moreover, that dust which already accumulated is even involved in a turn.
The latest washing and steam vacuum cleaners cope with a hard problem of dust removal of our apartments and offices better, however they are bulky, and not to everyone on a pocket. Besides, the washing vacuum cleaners humidify carpets, and, so create a favorable environment for development of microscopic pincers, fungi and bacteria.
Here and it turns out that the main tool for ensuring purity in our houses is the rag.
But it is a shame to live in the third millennium and to disregard the advanced scientific and technical thought such important subject.
The first chemists undertook rags. They began to impregnate them with special detergents. The napkins impregnated with special structures simplify process of house cleaning to a minimum. They easily and carefully clear and polish surfaces of furniture, skin, glasses. As a rule, they are antibakterialna. It is convenient to use them for cleaning of a toilet, a bathroom, kitchen. They disinfect and add gloss.
Unfortunately, on each spoon of honey there is the barrel of tar. As it is not enough in cleaning wipes chemical additives, but nevertheless they are. And they are capable to cause an allergy in sensitive people. Chemical additives remain on the objects which were exposed to cleaning and after drying are added to usual dust. Household impurity is gradually replaced with impurity chemicals.
In 90 - e years, against decline of the domestic industry, in Sweden more perfect material was developed. Swedes called new material a little dissonantly, but precisely - “ the microsplit " microfibre;. Its basis - thin fiber which 100 kilometers weigh only 6 grams. Fiber of a silkworm weighs twice more.
And this already thin fibril is divided in the longitudinal direction into eight sectors. When from rassechenny fiber svivat a thread, in it microscopic cracks are formed absolutely. It is known that the crack or a capillary is thinner, the stronger it involves in itself(himself) liquids at the expense of forces of a superficial tension.
The involving force of the split fibers is so big that it is not necessary to soften previously pollution by detergents. The split microfibre is capable to clear something and without use of chemicals.
Moreover, use of foreign substances only reduces efficiency of new materials - they hammer cracks instead of dirt.
Napkins can be cleared of the involved dirt, having washed them with soap. You can even boil them. And then to reuse napkins almost with former efficiency.
Here so rags work if the science laid hands to them!