8 Amazing tips that will forever keep your carpet clean

Carpets are one of the main things in your home in terms of interior design. Together with walls and general style/color that you’re using, most visitors are going to notice carpets first. This is mainly due to the fact that there view often goes downwards and exposes them to your ground solutions. Carpets are one of the main things in your home in terms of interior design. Together with walls and general style/color that you’re using, most visitors are going to notice carpets first. This is mainly due to the fact that there view often goes downwards and exposes them to your ground solutions. Although carpets are so important, we tend to neglect them too much. Even though you might vacuum regularly, there is a good chance that there are numerous stains in them that are partially visible. Some people even leave these stains be as they are unsure how to remove them. Indeed, carpet cleaning can be tiresome process especially when we’re dealing with some stubborn stains such as those of wine or coffee. But fear not! There are several good solutions you can use.

Check top 8 tips for carpet cleaning that will make your life much easier.

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Make sure to use the right moves. First of all, people make a big mistake by making stain more visible. During cleaning, we tend to rub the stains and use big swings while doing it. This will only enlarge it and make it more visible. Whenever you clean, make sure to blot. Use movement that goes from outside the stain inwards. This will reduce the effective space stain is taking. 

Baking soda. Baking soda is simply amazing for any type of fabric. It is a natural stain removal. When using it, just make sure to leave it in place for some time. It will slowly soak in the stain (if it’s fresh) and all you have to do afterwards swipe it off together with any liquid that has been spilled.

Club soda. Club soda has a very similar effect like baking soda although it can also be used on a bit older stains. Similarly, spray the soda all over the stain and leave it be for a while. Afterwards simply press a sponge on affected area and remove the content.

Shaving cream. Another efficient substance on our list, shaving cream can easily absorb almost any stain. Just leave it be for 30 minutes and wipe it off with a cloth.

Water and detergent. One of the biggest issues most substances face is dealing with grease. Grease stains can be really stubborn and it takes a lot of time to deal with them. Luckily for you, mix of water and detergent proves to be awesome in this case. Just make sure to use detergent that is really good with stains in order to increase your odds of succeeding.

Ironing. In some cases, there are substances such as wax that get solid when they cool off. If wax drops on your carpet, it is a much different removal process than the one we perform for regular stains. In this case, it is best to use iron. Make sure to place a cloth above your carpet so you don’t burn through it. Press the iron and slowly go over it and melt the wax.

Deep clean. There are a lot of companies that are doing deep cleaning of carpets. Even if you don’t have any issues with stains, this is something you should do regularly, at least twice a year. Deep cleaning is a process during which water-jet nozzles are used. With strong chemicals you can be certain that everything is purged from your carpet.

Taking your carpet out. It is always good to take your carpet out and leave it in the open. This is an old solution which still works. Although it cannot help with stains, it is a great way to remove all these unpleasant odors that may have stuck within it. This is especially great if you have a smoker in your home.

There are so many ways you can clean your carpet. Have in mind that approach will vary based on the stain/cleaning you wish to perform. Amway, if you are being plagued by various stains you cannot remove just check this article. There are a lot of great solutions that may work for you and I hope they will be really easy to implement based on my suggestions.

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