Carpet Dirt And How It Is Tracked In From Outside

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Carpet Dirt And How It Is Tracked In From Outside

Whether the result of ground-in dirt, kids, pets, spills, or something as serious as water damage or soot from a recent fire, carpets can become dirty and trap unpleasant odors. These problems can be extremely difficult to remove and build up over months or years.

Carpet dirt and a few tips to help keep that dirt outside and off of your carpet:

 

  • ADD A WELCOME MAT – The larger the mat the better. Something nice and thick in front of the door. If that doesn’t work, you might try a mat that says BUZZ OFF!
  • TRY A ‘NO SHOES’ POLICY  – It can be tough to enforce. But once family members get used to slipping off their shoes at the door, it can make a huge difference.
  • USE JUST ONE DOOR – Especially during bad weather or dusty days, you only have one area to keep clean.

No matter what you do, you’ll still need to vacuum regularly and have your carpet professionally cleaned at least once or twice each year.

Whether the result of ground-in dirt, kids, pets, spills, or something as serious as water damage or soot from a recent fire, carpets can become dirty and trap unpleasant odors. These problems can be extremely difficult to remove and build up over months or years.

NWA Restore It, Inc. professional carpet cleaning services can restore your carpets to their original pristine state so your home can look and feel fresh again, without the enormous effort and inconvenience of much less effective do-it-yourself methods.

 

Source: http://www.cleanupdate.com/rug-renovating-new-york-new-jersey-connecticut/most-carpet-dirt-is-tracked-in?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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