4 Carpet Cleaning Suggestions That Guarantee Durability

There are various factors that contribute to dirty carpet e.g. dirty footsteps, eating in carpeted areas and presence of pets. The best carpet cleaning techniques are those that extend the longevity of a carpet. If you truly adore your carpet, consider hiring a professional carpet cleaner in Auckland twice a year. The following are the expert tips for maintaining a carpet.

Test the cleaning products
Whenever a spill occurs on the carpet, homeowners tend to seek any product that will solve the problem. It is important to read the labels to avoid harsh products that can damage the carpet. The instructions on the label are supposed to be followed and even if the product might seem too good, ensure that it is tested on a separate material.

Scrub gently
People are always tempted to scrub a carpet vigorously. The target area of the carpet must be dabbed with a wet cloth and the order of cleaning should be from the outside to the inside of the stain. Rough scrubs make the stains to spread deeper and wider. Gentle scrubs will ensure that the carpet fiber remains intact, unlike vigorous scrubs that cause fraying and pilling.

Clean the Spill ASAP
Stains need to be washed as soon as they happen. If you wait for too long to clean them, they might not come out and you will have to struggle. Most liquids will create a stinking odor once they seep through the carpet. There are stuff that quickly bond with the carpet fibers and this makes their removal cumbersome or impossible. Cleaning the stain as soon as possible prevents the burden of using advanced cleaning techniques while making your efforts a DIY project.

Use Little Powder
Powders used to eliminate odors and spills are good but they must not be used frequently because they leave stain residues and cause dampness on the carpet. The appropriate procedure is to clean the stain the traditional way and the rinse properly to remove any chemicals.

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