Carpet Cleaner | Episode 503 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaner | Episode 503 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:01)
Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet. Thank you for joining us on the carpet diem podcast. As we talk about all things concerning keeping your carpet in your home in a fantastic shape, everything since everything after your carpet’s been installed, we can help you with a, we are navigating through a perilous journey and time in our history where things are more um, uh, scary than real. Sometimes there’s a, uh, right here in the Tulsa area. Currently we have 12 COBIT, 19 cases which, uh, to put in perspective. If there’s a little over a little under a million people in Tulsa and surrounding communities, then that means it’s about a one and 90,000 chance that you could bump into somebody that does have the COBIT virus at some point that may change. But currently the entire city is on a [inaudible], uh, self quarantining lockdown. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (01:05)
All your central services, which cleaning your carpet is one of your essential services needing to help maintain the maintenance and sanitisation of your home, which is where we come in. And we’ve helped a lot of customers make sure that they keep their homes not only looking good, but smelling good and feeling good too. Uh, uh, wanting to kind of talk along that aspect along that idea of, um, things that you can do to just maintain a good, healthy atmosphere. Um, we can get in, you know, we’re not, uh, not a medical doctor, so I’m not going to try to claim to help you on the, um, health front, but I can tell you just as far as good, um, practice things as washing your hands. You’re just wanting to wash germs away. Um, don’t put your hands into your face or your mouth after you have had contact with other places. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (01:52)
This is just good common sense, not because of covert 19, but because of life in general. Uh, there are people who’ve had colds, there are people who have the flu, there’s people who have strep throat, there’s people who have all kinds of different things and they typically will come in contact with other people, other places. And that contact then gets transferred to your eyes, ears, nose, and throat. Um, so you want to make sure that, uh, uh, for example, at one point quite a while ago, I had a, uh, a style in my eye, which meant the eyelid kind of swell up a bit and really all you need to do is just give it some heat to try to work it back out. But I was talking with the eye doctor at the time. He said, you know, what did I do to get this? Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (02:28)
He goes, well, it’s just simple. You had some type of, um, matter on your fingers when you rubbed your eye and said, you know, try to use the back of your knuckle or always make sure you use a shirt or a piece of cloth to rub your eye. Don’t rub your eye directly with your fingers, cause whatever your fingers touched is now you’re placing it directly into your eye. And so that was before Copeland 19 scare. And that was something I think that holds true now, is that we should just have better hygiene practices overall. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner. And that helps with all kinds of different, um, being sick. But on the other side, dr Meaghan on, uh, 1170, KFAQ he was on and he talked about simple thing that you could do just to make sure that you’re staying healthy and well, is that if you have a good immune system, then you just don’t get sick. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (03:10)
The same way you don’t get sick with a cold if you keep your body strong and healthy is that it’s when we come immune compromised. When we stay up too late, we get too tired. We push ourselves too hard, we burn the candle at both ends. We don’t eat right. We neglect our diet, we neglect our nutrition that all these things will start to come into play. And so he gave a great list, which I believe is available online, but you know, just all your common stuff that you would think of. Make sure that you have, you know, plenty of juices, plenty of fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, uh, make sure that you’re having, um, good, uh, organic chicken that doesn’t have a bunch of, um, hormones and stuff in it and make sure that you’re having a, you’re a good source of vitamins. Like, just get outside and get some sunshine. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner.
Speaker 1: (03:55)
You want D vitamin D five that would give you that great sunshine boost. Um, or just if you can’t get out into the sun and go out and make sure you have your supplements of [inaudible], see all of your zinc, your calcium, you want to make sure that you’re keeping on that and there’s some great, uh, holistic approaches to, to build a boost up your immune system. Let’s say you’ve done all those things and he said, next is make sure that you are going through and removing the dirt and dust in your environment. Everybody at some level is allergic to everything. The question is not are you allergic? Question is how allergic are you? Everyone is somewhat allergic to a beasting. How fast does your body react to that allergy? Everyone is allergic. Like my mother, she, um, she’s passed away a while, so God rest her soul. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner.
Speaker 1: (04:44)
But she used to, um, if you would get a beasting she had to be, I mean she had a boy bees like the plague because she one beasting with swell up like her whole arm. She’d have a, she’d get poison Ivy and would cover like a third or a half of her body. I mean she, it, once she got a little bit, she was super allergic. I mean it just went everywhere quickly. Me on the other hand, unless I would get poison Ivy and I get like three little bumps and then, you know, wash the area and it’d go and it just went away. Sometimes I didn’t even react at all where everyone else got poison Ivy. It didn’t bother me that poison Oak on the other hand, it would give me a nice good, you know, hand sized patch of itchiness. But that was about it. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed carpet cleaner.