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How to Properly Clean Your Carpets

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Whether you're doing it yourself or hiring a professional, it's important to make sure that the carpet cleaner you choose is safe for your family, pets and the environment. Read the product labels carefully and test a small area before using it.

 

Vacuum regularly and plan for deep cleanings every six months. A vacuum with a suction attachment is best for getting dirt and dander out of your carpets.

 

Keep your HVAC filters clean to trap dust particles before they settle on the carpets. Also, consider changing or replacing the filter in your vacuum to get rid of any debris that might be causing buildup.

 

carpet cleaning is another easy way to care for your carpets without a machine. Whether it's pet stains or dropped food, it's often possible to remove spots and keep the color bright with these simple techniques.

 

Use common pantry items to spot treat stains

It's no secret that vinegar is a fantastic stain remover for just about any spill, from wine and coffee to grease and chocolate. It's inexpensive (check your local grocery store for an economy-size jug) and works well on most water-soluble stains.

 

Steam clean your carpets

If you're looking for a professional cleaner, it's recommended to call in the pros. They are the experts when it comes to removing stubborn stains and odors.

 

Stain-resistant coatings and other protective solutions can help extend the life of your carpet, too. These products are available for most types of carpets and can be a good investment in your home's long-term health and appearance.

 

 

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