If you have carpeting in your home, there is going to be a point where stains, dirt, and debris start to show. Even if you vacuum often, not all carpeting is made the same, therefore you are going to have to deal with cleaning. You may think you have things under control, but over time, even the best cleaning cycles, will require something different. Consider a few notes that will help you with your flooring and sustain cleaning that is going to give you a lifetime of comfort, and visual style.
Get A Strong Vacuum Cleaner
First and foremost you need to have a powerful vacuum cleaner that is meant for your flooring type. Not every vacuum offers multiple brushes and suction. You need a solution that has power, multiple brushes, won’t clog, and even has a filter. There’s a lot of great options on the market today so make sure that you take a little bit of time to consider the right fit for your needs.
Utilize Baking Soda
Baking soda and water can be combined to help you fight stains and fiber reduction. Alongside vacuuming, you should spot clean by mixing water and baking soda to form a paste. That can help with stain removal and once dry you can vacuum things up a bit. But here’s the next step, use the baking soda in the fibers. Spread it out a little and let it settle. Then use your power vacuum and clean as usual. You’ll find that this deodorizes and traps dirt as well. This is a powerful tip that is a lot easier to maintain than other solutions, and cleans far deeper than just traditional cleaning cycles.
The Professional Edge
When things are a bit soiled you may find that the traditional cleaning solutions aren’t going to work. You may need to go with a professional solution. Professionals use 3 phases to work through cleaning flooring across your home. Pre-treatment can help with loosening up the soil, then a vacuum phase can lift some dirt, but the third solution involves green shampoos, and steam cleaning. Hot steam gets pushed into the carpeting, then vacuumed up to remove all dirt and water, leaving carpets fresh, and clean.
Look for a strong vacuum, baking soda, and even a shampooer. If that is not enough to get the job done you can call in a professional to give you a full treatment and bring new life to rugs, carpets, and all flooring types.
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