How do I clean a carpet ?

If you’re home has carpeting, cleaning it is a normal part of home maintenance. Although you can easily hire someone to do the job for you, you can easily clean carpet without spending too much money. All you need is a vacuum cleaner, a carpet stain remover, steam cleaner, carpet shampoo and a good face mask.

The first thing you need to do is clear all the clutter. For large furniture, you can just move them in one side of the room to show as much carpet space as possible. Use your vacuum cleaner to remove all the dirt. If your carpet has stains, use a stain remover thoroughly to ensure no evidence of spills has occurred. In using carpet shampoo, make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions in mixing water and using shampoo with the machine.

Use a spray to apply the cleanser on your carpet. Use the machine in covering the sprayer area and suctioning the shampoo. Repeat this step several times or until the area is cleared. For areas with stains, be sure to use the machine multiple times. After cleaning one side of the room, repeat all the steps in the other side. When the cleanser solution becomes dirty, you need to place a new cleaning mixture into the machine to ensure a proper clean-up. You can also place carpet pads under furniture to avoid staining. To allow the carpet to dry more quickly, open your doors, windows or electric fan. When the carpet has dried completely, you can vacuum the carpet again to ensure no dirt has escaped the first run.

Cleaning carpets always give out plenty of dust, so make sure to wear a facemask, especially if you’re cleaning a room without proper ventilation.

Related Items

One Response to “How do I clean a carpet ?”

  1. Carpet Cleaning Machines said:

    If you are unsure of your ability to clean your carpets yourself, it is probably best to hire a professional the first time. Then you can see the process and the next time you might decide to give it a shot yourself.




Message:

[newtagclound int=0]

Subscribe

Recent Comments

Recent Posts

Archives