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CARE & MAINTENANCE
In order to keep your flooring carpet looking great, follow our care and maintenance guide.
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Carpet Care and Maintenance
How to care for your carpet
While carpet is a great way to make your home feel warm and inviting, it's also quite the Titus-boy. If you're looking for an easy preventative maintenance program that will keep new carpets fresh over time with regular care then this article has everything.
Don't track dirt inside
The best way to keep your home clean is by placing walk-off mats at all entrances. These will absorb soil and moisture, trapping excessive dirt sand grit oil asphalt or driveway sealer that might otherwise enter the house this way! Cleaning them on a regular basis (or sooner when they need it) ensures these valuable accessories don't become sources of unwanted mess themselves.
Use a quality pad
Carpet pads are an essential component of maintaining your carpet. They not only give better resilience and comfort underfoot, but they can also extend the life of any type or color carpets by protecting them from abrasion damage that occurs when walking on stairs for example! Explore different varieties available like orthopedic brands which will be more durable than plush ones; plus there's usually a warranty attached too so make sure you review everything before making a purchase decision-I think we all know how important this is with such expensive furniture items
Occasionally move heavy furniture
You may be surprised to know that furniture movement can help avoid excessive pile crushing. To keep your room feeling fresh and new, consider using carpet protectors under the legs of tables or chairs so they distribute weight more evenly on top of softer floors like plush carpets.
Protect carpet when moving furniture
When moving heavy furniture, it is important to protect the carpet from being damaged. To do this use cardboard or plywood barriers that can withstand high impacts with wheels and reduce stress on your valuable rugs.
Preventative maintenance for your carpet
Clean your area rugs
Area rugs are an affordable and easy way to add personality, color versatility, as well as increases in focal points for your home. However be aware that if you choose this option there will likely need some additional care since these types of flooring can get dirty quickly! Make sure they're spot cleaned regularly or deep cleaned when necessary so it doesn't affect their functionality eventually though- just like regular carpets should also have annual maintenance done on them at least once per year (or more depending how much traffic yours has). In order not ruin all efforts put forth by cleaning properly beforehand try avoid adding any type spills onto our newly installed carpeted areas.
Vacuum frequently for long-term beauty
One of the most important steps in caring for your carpet is vacuuming it thoroughly and frequently. Walking on soiled carpets allows soil particles to work their way below where they are far more difficult to remove, which can damage fibers as well! Frequent cleansings will help prevent any problems before occurring by removing these pesky messes right at surface level.
Extend the life of your carpet with a quality vacuum
Invest in a good vacuum cleaner to get the hidden dirt and particles from your carpets. You'll be surprised at how much more beautiful they look after some high-quality vacuuming. To ensure that you're using an industry certified product, make sure the model is approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute.
Select the best vacuum for your type of carpet
It is recommended that you use a vacuum with the rotating brush or combination beater/brush bar to agitate your carpet and mechanically loosen soil. Carpet made of thick loop pile construction, such as wool blend fabrics can become fuzzy when brushed against too roughly; this type may also resist cleaning depending on how dirty it gets in certain areas due its sensitive surface area which has been mechanically stressed during brushing motions rather than vacuuming pickup hairs from top-to favorite bottom layer like most other types do. In addition, shag or cabled carpet with long pile yarns are often difficult to clean because they get wrapped around the rotating brush. For these products we recommend a suction only vacuum or one with an adjustable brush that's lifted away from carpet so you don't agitate it too much, plus test first before regular use!
Dealing with spills & stains
There's no such thing as a stain-proof carpet, but many are resistant. A quick way of removing most spills would also involve scraping at the carpet until no more liquid emerges from beneath its surface before vacuuming up all remaining debris nearby (a spoon works well). It's important never to rub abrasively; rather use dull knives only so as avoid leaving behind scratches which might become permanent staining. To remove stains from carpets, first use a recommended cleaning item for your carpet. Next rinse the cleaned area with water to get rid of detergent residue and any remaining moisture in order that it does not cause rapid re-soiling later on when you're done drying out all parts after steaming them off thoroughly using an absorption technique employing layers upon white towels topped off by heavy objects placed strategically over each spot as if they were being Weighted down while letting this process take place until there's no traces left behind anymore.
Carpet cleaning is important to keep your carpets in good condition. Regular vacuuming will remove any dirt or other particles that may have been tracked into the home, but it's even more critical when you've got oily soil on them from cooking vapors and air pollution! The film this leaves behind can dull colors over time if left unchecked-and since we all want our beautiful rugs looking their best as long as possible.. A thorough washing with soap solution every few months might be just what solves those problems once again.
Get on a cleaning schedule
Carpets in a typical household should be cleaned every 12-18 months, depending on how many people live there and what kind of activity takes place. If you use an improper system that leaves residues behind it will only make things worse for your family because these dirty build ups promote resoiling instead - which was why we got rid of them initially!
Hot water extraction
The hot water extraction system is the most effective way to clean your carpet. It's commonly referred as "steam cleaning," but no actual steam comes out! The process consists of applying a chemical into a pile and using an extractor with liquid H2O in it for recovery purposes only-it won't harm you or anyone else who happens to come over while their carpets are being cleaned up by this method ( regulating temperature helps prevent injury). This can be done from a truck-mounted unit outside the home with only the hose and wand brought inside or by a portable system brought into the home.
Professional carpet cleaners know how to get rid of dirt, germs and even mold! They use powerful equipment that has more extraction power than rental units. The dry time will be reduced because professionals understand the proper cleaning agents for your situation as well as recognizing different fibers in carpets construction which all contribute towards its effectiveness at removing unwanted substances from floors while leaving you with a fresh new smell after every visit.