Vacuum Often

Vacuum Often

 

 

Carpet functions like a giant air filter, collecting our home’s dirt and dust. Those two Ds act like fine sandpaper, wearing down carpet fibers over time.

 

Go Slow

While vacuuming, take your time and use overlapping strokes. 

Treat Stains Immediately

Take care of stains as soon as they happen, if possible. Most carpets today are made to resist liquid penetration for a time, so if you simply blot (don’t rub!) it dry with a clean cloth right away, the stain may not have a chance to set. If blotting alone doesn’t do the trick, move on to treating with natural options, such as soda water or borax, or store-bought cleaners. Always follow label directions.

Match Your Vacuum to Your Needs

“Price and beauty are not good indicators of performance when it comes to vacuums. Pick based on functions rather than price tag,” says Moxie Girl Household Assistants founder and Domestic CEO podcast host Amanda Thomas. Have shedding pets, for example? Choose a vacuum with a hose and multiple attachments. Stairs? Go light, or find one with a removable stair-cleaning attachment. 

Go Pro

Ensure that you are having your carpets dry cleaned a few times every year.  Rental machines that require special solutions can leave dirt-attracting residue. Use a reputable professional service instead. 

 

So give Express Dry Carpet Cleaning a call right now on 0431 189 004.