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How To Keep Carpet Clean

It is important to us for caring for carpets to stay durable and clean. You can use the Ultra Brite Carpet Tile Cleaning service to keep the carpet floor in your home always looks clean and healthy for the whole family. The carpet should be cleaned often using a vacuum cleaner, especially if you have just installed the carpet. Even though it looks clean, the fibers on the carpet can be mixed with dust and dirt. If left too long, dirt will accumulate. Besides not good for health, dirt that accumulates will also damage the carpet faster. Focus on areas that are often passed by people, because usually, the most dirt stuck to the area.

Many people assume that walking at home barefoot can make a clean carpet last longer. But the assumption is not entirely true. Feet are most likely to sweat and oily. When in contact with the carpet, oil and sweat stick to the carpet, causing dust and dirt to stick easily. We recommend wearing socks or slippers when walking on the carpet. You should not wash your carpet with detergent or cleaning liquid containing soap. The foam produced by the soap will leave a residual residue that will bind more dust to the carpet. Besides, the remaining soap residue can also weaken the carpet fibers, making the carpet easily torn or damaged.

The most appropriate material to clean carpets without damaging it, it is quite easy to obtain, namely white vinegar. Mix one bottle of vinegar with one gallon of water. Pour the mixture onto the carpet, brush briefly, then rinse with clean water. Don’t worry your house will smell vinegar because the smell will disappear within 24 hours. Just make sure your carpet is not moist for too long. But if you want to clean all the carpeted area in your house it is better to get help from professional so it could be done flawlessly and effortlessly.

Ultra Brite Carpet & Tile Cleaning North Shore
79-83 Longueville Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066
(02) 8015 5143

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