Tip one

Vacuum Regularly. Normal household dirt and dust is abrasive to your carpet. Vacuuming often not only keeps your carpet cleaner, it significantly reduces wear and tear in traffic areas. A good quality, well maintained vacuum cleaner can make this job a snap.

Tip two

Area Rugs. Strategic placement of durable area rugs in highest traffic areas can help keep your carpet cleaner and reduce uneven wear patterns. Do not use carpet remnants. The rough backing on remnants is abrasive, and will cause the carpet to wear faster.

Tip three

Cleaning up Spots and Spills. The first thing to do is to remove any excess material from the carpet by blotting or with a shop-vac. Work towards the center of the spot or spill to prevent further spreading. Do not rub excessively - permanent fiber distortion can result. Dampen a sponge and rinse the area. Next, take a white towel and blot up as much moisture as possible. If there is still a spot, a spot remover formulated for carpeting is best. Make sure you rinse thoroughly to remove any soapy residue, or the spot will come back.

Tip four

Carpet Cleaning. At least once a year - more often if you have kids and dogs, we recommend every 6 months - have your carpet thoroughly cleaned. Remember, as a rule of thumb, it’s easier to maintain your carpet than to restore it.

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