Many experienced carpet cleaning companies will recommend a few basic practices to their clientbase. These fundamentals will help to ensure the longevity of all of your carpets. It's time to grab a piece of paper and a pencil so you can take notes. Let's dive right into these great tips below.
First State College Carpet Cleaning Pros believe you should be vacuuming your carpets at least once per week to lift up the dust and debris. In heavy use areas, such as the living room, you should vacuum multiple times a week. For rooms that don't get very heavy use, such as a guest room, you can get away with a once per week vacuuming session. While it may seem like a big pain to get into all of those crevices, it really doesn't make a difference in the health of your carpet. It's a good idea to use the crevice tool once every couple of weeks to ensure you're picking up all that debris which a regular swipe of the sweeper won't get.
Second, when you're vacuuming, your technique matters. Doing fast sweeping movements will ensure your carpet stays dirty. Instead, you want to take your time with each sweep of the vacuum. For carpets that have plush fabrics, you should take even more time to ensure you're lifting all of the direct from the floor. You want to go over each section multiple times no matter what the fabric of your carpet is to ensure that you get the dirt out. Using crisscross patterns can help to pick up the ground-in dirt. You should be using these methods for high traffic areas, such as below the couch or recliner.