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You Should Know

How to Keep Your Carpet Looking Like New for Years to Come


Tip #1 - Vacuum Frequently & Occasionally Move Furniture

As carpet ages the brilliance and natural textures are diminished. A huge contributor to this visible downgrade is dirt left in the carpet for extended periods of time. Vacuuming frequently will help to remove the dirt before it has time to settle and wear on the carpet. It is a good idea to move your furniture around periodically and clean the carpet thoroughly. Dirt can gather under furniture and help to wear down your carpet. Find Kapolei Carpet Cleaning companies near me.

Carpet indentation happens when furniture or other heavy items compress carpet fibers over a long period of time. The easiest way to raise and fluff the carpet back up without damaging the carpet is to place a couple of ice cubes on the carpet dent. As the ice melts, the carpet will magically rise and fluff back up to its normal height.


Tip #2 - Use Carpet Runners and Mats

Having carpet runners or walk-off mats at all entrances will help to reduce the amount of dirt and debris that gets onto your carpet. High traffic areas around your front entrance door, hallways, and stairs will show wear and tear much faster than the rest of your carpeting. There are numerous ways to help prevent the carpet from becoming dingy and worn in these areas.

While most carpet needs professional carpet cleaning only once a year, high traffic areas can benefit from being cleaned every six months. Vacuuming regularly and in different directions can help keep high traffic areas from becoming matted. Throw rugs and carpet runners can also protect high traffic areas. The less dirt that reaches your carpet, the better your carpet will look and feel.


Tip #3 - Clean Spills Immediately

Carefully and gently blot or scrape the area before using any sort of cleaning agent. This allows you to remove as much of the stain as possible before using a cleaning agent. Then test the cleaning agent on a small, unseen area of the carpet. After testing, apply cleaner to the stained area and work from the outside of the stain in. This helps to avoid any spreading of the stain. It is best to use a white towel when removing stains. Remember to blot up as much of the moisture as possible once the stain is removed.

You can mix up your own carpet cleaner solution with a few household items you may already have. Create your own carpet cleaning solution by combining Fabuloso cleaner, Oxiclean, Snuggle, Dawn dish soap and hot water.

You can also do a quick clean up of a spill or spot without working it down into the carpet by using a can of shaving cream. The white foam is basic ingredient is soap and it can be used to lift the soiled particles from the carpet. Carefully remove as much residue from the carpet and gently work the shaving cream into the top surface. Be careful not to rub the spill deeper into the carpet pile. After a few minutes, simply dab away the stain residue.

Carpet Cleaning Kapolei

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510 Kunehi Street
Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 518-2356


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