Tired of cleaning your carpet and not getting the results you want?
Do you find yourself constantly renting a portable cleaning unit from the local super market or appliance store and still are not able to get rid of the pet stains or urine odors on your dirty carpet?
Are you impatient with dry times after you complete what you feel is the proper cleaning and your carpet is still hazy and moist?
Proper carpet cleaning is a task that takes knowledge of the adequate tools, resourceful education, and legitimate chemicals and sprays. Overtime, pet dander, dirt, grime, bacteria, pathogens, moisture, allergens and deep soil builds from inaccurate cleaning, continuous foot traffic, unwashed pets, and messy children.
Residue and detergents left behind from improper carpet washing can lead to hazy traffic lines, and believe it or not, actually attract excess dirt, thus damaging your carpet even more then before your attempted to clean it. Oils from the bottom of your feet and dirty hands when not sanitized or cleaned regularly can leave behind dirt and grime as well.
You can occasionally clean your carpet with a portable cleaning unit, vacuum it, and wash it, but in doing so do you know that you’re actually causing the carpet more damage by cleaning it improperly with the wrong tools and sprays? Not having the right chemicals or proper equipment can cause more wear and tear on your carpet than you think. When cleaning with everyday detergents, shampoo, or rinsing agents, you are actually damaging the fibers of the carpet, leaving behind soap and at times a sticky residue which attracts dirt and leads to heavily soiled carpet.
This is why carpet cleaning is better left in the hands of professional carpet cleaners. Just like many of you, I am a do it yourself type of person, but when it comes to cleaning my carpet, that’s one task I rather leave in the hands of trained professional skill workers. The wear and tear that you cause by attempting to clean your own carpet is more severe then you can imagine, and overtime can lead to long term damage and eventually replacing your existing carpet.
I am not saying it’s nearly impossible to clean your own carpet, but without the proper tools, step by step procedure, and knowledge of carpet cleaning and different types of fabric floors, you can be doing your carpet more bad then good.
Some words of advice; make the right choice and hire a professional carpet cleaning company!
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