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How to Clean Carpets!

How to clean carpets!

 

Carpets may be affected with dirt over the week, it may be easy to clean and some spots may be so hard to be removed. You will learn today how to cope with any problems facing carpets.

 

Use vacuum cleaner:

Carpets should be cleaned with vacuum cleaner at least once per week to maintain the default lifetime; because the permanent cleaning of carpets with vacuum cleaners prevent the accumulation of dirt that can affect the carpet.

To clean large carpets with vacuum cleaner, you can divide it into small squares to clean over parts.

When you use vacuum cleaners for cleaning carpets, clean it slowly and pass over the same place many times to get rid of deep dirt effects.

Focus on the vital areas that has many circulations because it needs additional care.

 

The best way to handle spots:

The best advice is to try to clean the spot as soon as it happens because it will be so easy when you clean a wet spot. Put a piece of dry cloth over the spot completely before adding any cleaners to absorb the largest amount of pored liquid. Use a cleaner that don’t leave a color and make sure that you don’t rub the spot to avoid extending it. When you rub the spot, make sure to rub it from outside to inside of the carpet. To dry the area of spot after washing, you can use a towel that absorbs extra water.

 

Home recipes to get it of spots:

Blood spots: try to absorb the largest amount of blood over the carpet by pressing over it using a piece of dry cloth then mix a spoon of cleaner + a spoon of vinegar + a cup of warm water and leave the mixture over the spot till it becomes dry. Add a little amount of carpet cleaner and wash once again with water and leave to dry.

Butter spots: Get rid of the largest amount of stuck butter then add the carpet cleaner over the spot and leave to dry. Repeat this method until the spot disappears completely.

Candle or gum spots: pass a piece of ice over the spot to freeze, so it will be removed easily from the carpet.

Chocolate or coffee spots: try to get rid of the largest amount of the spot as soon as the occurrence; then clean it using a mixture of a spoon of carpet cleaner + a spoon of vinegar + a cup of warm water and leave to dry.

Fruits spots: This is the hardest type of spots that needs repetition to get rid of the spot. For cleaning, use a mixture of a spoon of carpet cleaner + a spoon of vinegar + a cup of warm water.

Vomiting spots: After cleaning the spot, ad baking powder over the affected area and leave for a while then add a mixture of Ammonia and water with percentage of 9:1 then wash with cold water and leave to dry.

 

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