Regular vacuuming is the most important step in keeping your carpets clean. Aim to vacuum high-traffic areas at least once a week and the rest of the carpet at least once a month.
The longer a stain sits, the harder it is to remove. Blot up spills as soon as they happen and treat stains promptly to prevent them from setting in.
Placing doormats and rugs at all entrances to your home can help to trap dirt and debris before it gets tracked onto your carpets.
Make it a habit to clean your shoes before entering your home to prevent dirt and debris from being tracked onto your carpets.
To prevent furniture from damaging your carpets and to make it easier to move around, place furniture protectors under the legs of your sofas, chairs, and other heavy pieces of furniture.
Have your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year, or more often if you have pets or children. Professional cleaning can remove dirt and stains that vacuuming and spot cleaning can't.
Many store-bought cleaning solutions contain harsh chemicals that can damage your carpets. Instead, opt for eco-friendly, non-toxic cleaning solutions or make your own cleaning solution with white vinegar and water.
High humidity can lead to mold and mildew growth in your carpet. Use a dehumidifier or air conditioner to keep humidity levels low, especially in damp areas of your home.
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