Keep Clean Carpet
Carpet is probably the most used thing in the entire house, that’s why it requires constant and frequent maintenance. It gets dirty and messy pretty quickly, especially downstairs, where food crumbs from the kitchen, pets’ hair and debris, outside dirt and dust, brought on the sole of the shoes, etc. makes it look and feel quite unpleasant. Even if you vacuum your carpets regularly and remove stains as they appear, carpet tends to lose its color overtime. It also gathers the smallest dust specks and fluff pieces that are impossible to get rid of during normal vacuuming routine. That’s why you can’t really be sure your carpet is completely clean and fresh even right after the most throughout cleaning. Besides, all germs and bacteria that accumulate in carpet fibers are even more dangerous to human’s health than dust cluster. They may cause more serious allergic reactions and skin problems. Of course, you still have to vacuum your carpet floors every single week or even several times a week in the most used areas of the house like living room and hall. It’s even more essential if you have small kids, who’re constantly crawling and playing on the floor. And, the amount of mess and the number of necessary vacuums per week increases if you have pets, especially if you let them walk outside. Combine those two factors with the understandable fact that it’s impossible to live in the house without leaving the ‘signs of residence’ in it – and you get a cleaning disaster. Like you’re never able to let go of vacuum. Sounds familiar to you? I know it does. The first thing you can do to get your carpet cleaned is to vacuum it correctly. Professional carpet cleaners recommend that it’s better to purchase an upright vacuum cleaner with powerful suction to clean the carpet deeper. Canister vacuum is good in taking care of wooden, tiled or any other type of floor.
Take the shoes off to walk on the carpet. Treat your carpets with special cleaning supplies before vacuuming every once in a while. Clean
the entrance area more often and deep clean carpets throughout the entire house 2 or 3 times a year. Following these basic rules will keep your carpets as good as new much longer.