Keeping Clean – Rugs and Carpets So that your carpets are maintained clean, the first thing to do is more like a preventive measure, which is limiting the amount of dirt that gets in to the carpets by establishing a shoes-off rule or using doormats at all entries. Maintaining the preventive measure at all times will reduce vacuum time, as well as less vacuum pressure to remove the dirt and, instead, devote the time in getting the embedded grit out of the carpet. Carpets are meant to be frequently vacuumed, since they are always the receptacles of dust in the room, dirt from our shoes, and if the vacuuming isn’t regular, the level of vacuuming must be double passes for three months. Cleaning carpets is a full-time job, so here are guide tips to make cleaning done in a professional way. If the carpet is synthetic, the routine care of vacuuming must be focused in removing the grit with multiple passes in varying directions and, at the same time, change bag when half-full. Using the blot technique for liquid spills is done by covering the area with a clean towel or a thick pad of paper towels and then press down with your hand and repeat until all the liquid has been absorbed. If possible the deep cleaning job be done by professional cleaning company since the process will need an extraction machine.
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If your carpet is made of wool, vacuuming will not be suitable here as the yarn may fuzz, so use a floor tool instead. Liquid spills for wool carpets are removed by misting the spills first with water, followed by blotting it.
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In order for rugs to last for years, they need to be maintained and a big portion of maintenance is through regular cleaning. To clean a rug, it must be vacuumed first on both sides of the rug so all dirt can be removed. Test first your rug for colorfastness using a small rug shampoo solution on a small area of the rug and find out if the colors run or not. After testing, shampoo the rug using a sponge or brush, lathering it deeply and allowing the solution to penetrate into the rug for several minutes before rinsing. Rinse the rug well with a garden hose until all the shampoo has been cleared out. After rinsing, squeeze the water out of the rug using a squeegee and following the direction of the rug’s nap. Let the rug lay flat on a surface for drying for several minutes before flipping it over for the other side to dry or you can hang-dry the rug. By using a soft brush, loosen the fibers of the newly dried rug.