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Use Our Dry-Clean Sanitizing Systems for a Clean, Sanitized, and Healthy Environment

Designed to Eliminate Allergy symptoms, And Other Harmful Contaminants.

Mattress & Upholstery Cleaning & Sanitizing

Commercial Cleaning

Carpet Cleaning

  • Pressure Wash

  • Painting

  • Apartment Turnover

  • Snow Removal

A Good Night's Sleep Is A Healthy Night's Sleep

Spirit Cleaning LLC is the Twin-Cities service master company that serves residential and commercial clients in the Minneapolis metro and surrounding areas. Its team provides a range of cleaning services such as commercial clean, carpet cleaner, pressure wash, painting and move-in and move-out cleaning. The business also cleans upholstered furniture, mattresses, and carpets. Spirit Cleaning LLC is a certified anti-allergen specialist by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and uses UV-C light and non-toxic products that remove contaminants, including mold, mildew, and fungal spores.

Our Goal is to Create Healthy Environments!

Recent studies have determined that an alarming number of harmful germs exist in sleeping environments, including Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa. These two contaminants in particular were found in 50% of mattresses tested and are major triggers of sickness and allergies.

These statistics were based on 154 mattresses that were tested in hospitals and other institutional-type multi-bed facilities. Leading experts have concluded that you would have a much higher reading in hotel and resort mattresses, as well as mattresses found in private homes due to the less sanitary nature of the surrounding environment.

The scientifically proven Hygienitech Systems mattress cleaning and sanitizing process is an all-natural, chemical-free, dry treatment procedure that effectively removes and destroys dust mites, bacteria, common viruses, mold, mildew and fungal spores and other contaminants found in all mattresses.

It is a completely non-invasive and totally safe and effective way to disinfect any mattress or upholstered item regardless of its age, size, or style.Meaning no Sodium Carbonate Chemical Compounds whatsoever. The process we have developed is merely an extension of the same UV-C germicidal sanitizing methods that the medical profession has been using for many years. And now, hospitals are increasing their efforts by bringing in UV-C robots.

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All-Natural Hygienitech Systems Cleaning Process

Hygienitech System

  1. Dry, chemical-free, no toxins

  2. No drying time required

  3. No moisture to penetrate mattress

  4. 72+ hour residual effect to continue destroying allergens

  5. Safe on all types of mattresses and pillows

  6. Color safe, no bleaching agents

  7. Neutralizes odor-inducing bacteria

  8. No need to remove the mattress from the bed

  9. Completely portable system

  10. 14 - 16 minutes application time

  11. No setup time required

Steam Cleaning

  1. Wet, steam, toxic cleaning agents

  2. Requires 2-3 days for partial, surface drying

  3. Traps moisture inside the mattress creating an environment that promotes the growth of mold and mildew

  4. No residual effect

  5. Cannot be used on memory foam mattresses or pillows

  6. Can induce fading and color variations

  7. Can result in musty smell coming from inside the mattress

  8. May damage the surrounding areas and box spring

  9. May require a cumbersome truck-mounted unit

  10. 30 - 40 minute application time

  11. Equipment setup required

Are You Sleeping With The Enemy?

A typical bed can be a breeding ground for Millions of Dust-Mites & other harmful microorganisms!

For years, we have directed our efforts towards educating people and coordinating with various healthcare organizations, and it will not be very long before the entire world recognizes that a clean mattress can make a tremendous difference in the way we feel. When it comes to most common allergies, it's very likely that a dust mite infested mattress is the cause.

One out of every four people suffer from some type of allergy and the numbers are increasing all of the time. We all live indoors and it is a fact the indoor pollution is often more dangerous than outdoor pollution. The Hygienitech eco-friendly, dry, chemical free process will eliminate allergens from carpets, mattresses, upholstered items and just about any type of surface that people come in contact with every day, whether at home, at business or any type of multi bed facility.

Since it is a dry process, any item that Hygienitech services can be used immediately after the service is performed. Allergy sufferers need more than air purifiers, they need Hygienitech services to sanitize the things that they come in contact with every day. Air purifiers are not effective in sanitizing the things we come in contact with every day, especially the mattresses that we all sleep on.

Most people spend a third of their day in direct contact with their mattress and no air purifier is going to eliminate the contaminants that are embedded in a mattress. Starting a Hygienitech mattress cleaning and sanitizing business is easy and affordable.

Spectrum Of Light!

UV-C light is germicidal and an extremely low-grade ultra violet radiation that targets and deactivates the DNA of dust mites and other microorganisms, thus destroying their ability to multiply and cause disease.

Specifically, UV-C light causes damage to the nucleic acid of microorganisms by forming covalent bonds between certain adjacent bases in the DNA. The formation of such bonds prevent the DNA from being unzipped for replication, and the organism is unable to reproduce. In fact, when the organism tries to replicate, it dies.

Call Spirit Cleaning LLC to learn more about our cleaning and sanitizing services.

How Does It work?

Hygienitech Systems' Mattress Cleaning and Sanitizing System is a powerful and specially engineered portable extraction and cleaning & sanitizing device that eradicates dust mites and other harmful contaminants that are deeply embedded in mattresses and upholstered items.

It doesn't matter how often sheets are changed or even if someone has attempted vacuuming the mattress, there could be millions of dust mites along with other harmful bacteria and contaminants deeply embedded below the surface.

There's only one safe, chemical-free way to clean and sanitize mattresses and upholstered items properly, and that's the Hygienitech Systems way. Our equipment is state of the art and our service and support is unparalleled.

What Are Dust Mites?

Dust mites are microscopic, insect-like pests that generate some of the most common indoor allergens that can trigger allergic reactions and asthma in many people. Millions of dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains in homes, hotels and all types of multi-bed facilities. They feed on the dead human skin cells found in dust.

Dust mites are not parasites. They don't bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. The harmful allergens they create come from their fecal pellets and body fragments. Dust mites are nearly everywhere. Roughly, four out of five homes in the United States have detectable levels of dust mite allergens in at least one bed.

How Do Dust Mite Allergens Affect Health?

Mites are one of the major indoor triggers for people with allergies and asthma. Dust mite exposure can even cause asthma.

Chronic, ongoing exposure to dust mites at home can dramatically impact the health of people with asthma and those who are allergic or particularly sensitive to mites. These allergens cause an immune system response, known as allergic rhinitis. A dust mite allergy can range from mild to severe. A mild case may cause an occasional runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing. In severe cases, the condition is ongoing, or chronic, resulting in persistent sneezing, cough, congestion, facial pressure or a severe asthma attack. People with asthma who are sensitive to mites face an increased risk of flare-ups.

Where Do Dust Mites Come From?

Dust mites occur naturally and can appear in nearly all homes and multi-bed facilities. Humidity is a factor in determining whether the local environment has a low or high concentration of dust mites. Dust mites do not drink water like we do. They absorb moisture from the air and from a warm body.

Who Should Be Concerned About Dust Mites?

Everyone, especially people with allergies to dust mites or with asthma triggered by dust mites, needs to reduce dust mites in their indoor environment.

Dust mite allergens, unlike pet allergens, do not usually stay airborne. They cling to particles that are too heavy to remain in the air for long. Dust mite allergens settle within minutes into dust or fabrics, such as pillows, bedding or upholstered furniture, which serve as nests. Most exposure to dust mite allergens occur while sleeping and when dust is disturbed during bed-making or any other movement.

It is an established fact that dust mites can be found all over the world. Dust mites are not insects but are more closely related to spiders and ticks. There are two common dust mites: the American house dust mite also called Dermatophagoides Farinae and the European house dust mite also called D. Pteronyssinus. Due to their small size, these dust mites are not visible to the naked eye.

They pass through six developmental stages, and the adult form may also molt once. Adult female mites lay cream-colored elliptical eggs coated with a sticky fluid that helps them adhere to the substrate. Under optimal conditions, the cycle from egg to adult mite takes about one month.

Both species of house dust mites feed on human skin scales, pollen, fungi, bacteria, lepidopteran - moth and butterfly -scales, animal dander, and skin scales of birds. Human, cat, dog, and horse dander have been used to raise these species in a laboratory. The food consumption of these mites and development increases with higher relative humidity. Mites survive best at relative humidities of 40-50% and temperatures of 55-85 degrees F.

They live in bedding, couches, carpet, stuffed toys and old clothing. Dust mites are second only to pollen in causing allergic reactions. When dust mites grow, they shed their skin. The shed skin and their feces are what cause allergic reactions in people. Allergic reactions range from itchy noses, sinus irritation, dry, irritated and scratchy eyes to throat problems and many other symptoms, including severe asthma attacks.

Dust mites are an invisible enemy that are living in your mattress and upholstered items. A typical mattress can be home to anywhere from 2 million to 10 million dust mites. Allergy doctors everywhere agree that dust mite allergies are often ignored, yet they can be rid of by using a proven and chemical free method that Hygienitech pioneered more than 21 years ago. The Hygienitech process will get rid of dust mites and hundreds of other harmful contaminants that exist everywhere, even in the cleanest home or multi bed facility. Every speck of dust you are breathing could contain hundreds of dust mites.

Just thinking of these dust mites living in your mattress and pillow by the millions, eating your dead skin and hair is enough to make you sick (literally and figuratively). They are a major cause of asthma and allergies; especially in vulnerable individuals, such as children and the elderly.

According to the American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology, approximately 30 percent of the world’s population exhibit allergic sensitivity to dust mites. The American Lung Associations tells us "Dust mites are not parasites; they don't bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. The harmful allergen they create comes from their fecal pellets and body fragments.

Dust mites are nearly everywhere. Roughly four out of five homes have detectable levels of dust mite allergens in at least one bed. Don't you feel better now, knowing they don't bite or sting; and your allergic reaction is only due to burying your face in a pillow full of their feces? And you may feel better knowing, according to WebMD, that "Dust mites like to eat dead skin from pets and humans. You probably shed enough skin a day to feed a million dust mites."

In the spring, pollen aggravates allergies, and dust mite infestations make it worse. The Fall and Winter months are a particular problem, as we close up our houses and the concentrations of dust mites and their feces increases inside.

According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), dust mites are the #2 cause of allergy problems while the #1 is topped only by pollen. There are likely millions of them in your home.