Prolonging Your Carpet's Life
Did you know you could prolong the life of your carpets by simply following a few things? It is true. Follow the steps below to keep your carpets looking good and lasting for many years to come.
The first suggestion is to vacuum your carpets regularly and frequently. This is one of the most essential things you can do for your carpets to keep them looking great. When you vacuum your carpet, you remove the dry soil particles that will normally work themselves deep into your carpeting. These particles are very abrasive and will damage the fibers in your carpet. Having this constant wearing and tearing on your carpet causes it to look duller and worn, especially in areas with high traffic. When you frequently vacuum your carpets, you keep the soil particles removed and protect the fibers in your carpet from this sort of abrasion. This will keep your carpets from being worn down prematurely and help them look as good as new.
Have the professionals from Carpet Cleaning Nurse's Touch use our no residue carpet cleaning methods to clean your carpets. While simply vacuuming will remove the dry soil particles from your carpets, the buildup of oils and spills also need to be cleaned from your carpets on a regular basis. This can be done through the professionals using a steam cleaning method that is truck-mounted. Steam cleaning will not leave soap residues in your carpeting like other kinds of carpet cleaning can. It is best to avoid the carpet cleaners that do not provide the no residue carpet cleaning method. You should have your carpets cleaned professionally once or twice each year, depending on the amount of traffic you have on your carpets. Our professional carpet cleaning will remove the deep oily buildups and sticky residues that are in your carpet. Once the carpet is cleaned thoroughly, the professionals should apply a carpet protector to help protect your carpeting from the normal wear and tear that comes its way. This protective layer helps to keep your fibers of carpet from being easily scratched by the soil particles brought in through foot traffic.
By following these simple steps, you will be helping your carpets live a longer life and look good.