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It’s important to know how to clean carpets.
Although you probably won’t need to clean everyday,
you definitely need to do so on a regular basis.
Regular and correct maintenance can help prolong the
life and beauty of your carpet.
Here’s what you need to know about cleaning your carpet:
You don’t have to use cleaning agents on your carpet every week.
Regular vacuuming however is a definite must. You should at least run a vacuum over your carpet once or twice a week.
This can help remove fresh debris and dry dirt that would otherwise have settled deep into the fibers when left unattended for a long time.
Vacuuming is also an important first step during your scheduled carpet chemical cleaning. The first common sense step for general cleaning is to remove all furniture.
Before you apply anything, make sure to run your vacuum over the surface several times.
This will dislodge loose dirt and leave only stubborn stains for chemical treatment.
In other words, pre vacuuming can help speed up cleaning.
Sometimes, spot cleaning is necessary before an entire carpet is cleaned. Old stubborn stains can be removed by applying a regular spot cleaner. You may have to leave the solution on the carpet before running a carpet cleaner over everything.
Take note that there are many different chemicals available. Not all of them will be suited to the material of your carpet. Read product instructions and warnings before using a spot cleaner.
It’s not always necessary to learn how to clean carpets with a machine.
Every machine has accompanying instructions that will tell you exactly what to do.
It is however, important to find out the kinds of cleaning machines available and which ones will work best for your carpet.
The first type is steam cleaning machines.
These extract dirt through heat and a mixture of water and chemicals sprayed over the surface. Heat often dislodges the dirt.
Not all carpet materials though are made to withstand heat. Wool in particular may not fare well with steam cleaning.
Shampooing machines are also an option. These machines release cleaning agents that are whipped up into foam by a rotating pad or brush.
The rubbing motion removes dirt from the surface.
You can also opt for dry cleaning. As the term suggests, no water is involved. A dry mix of chemicals is applied on the surface and left to set in for a few minutes.
A dry cleaning machine is then used over the treated area to extract the dirt.
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