I hate cleaning my carpets. You hate cleaning your carpets, too. We have to find some help! Well, top experts have done the research on how to get the job done affordably, effectively and on time, and that information is detailed below so we both can hire the help we need. Keep reading!
If you are cleaning a stain, try to focus on working towards the middle. This motion will isolate the stain so that it will not spread on your floor. Try to use a cleaning product that gets rid of the stain without harming your rug in the process for the best results.
Always research the company that you are hiring to clean your carpets. They need to be bonded and insured before they set foot inside your house. If they are not, then you are going to be in a bad position if a worker gets hurt inside your home or a worker decides to steal from you.
Find out what types of chemicals are used. Before your carpet cleaning appointment arrives, make sure you know what is going to be used in your home. Some cleaning chemicals are potentially harmful, both to the environment and people with sensitive respiratory systems. You should always make sure that the products being used in your home meet your approval.
Cleaning your carpet with some chemicals means your family and pets might be exposed to harmful substances. You must read cleaning product labels every time. Also think about green solutions like salt, baking soda or vinegar applications for carpet rinsing.
Secure a contract in writing from your carpet cleaning company. This contract is your binding agreement that specifies exactly what services will be done, what the cost will be and what warranty on the finished product the company offers. Without it, you are left with no protection if things should go wrong.
If your carpet requires deep-cleaning, it is best to choose a professional cleaning company. Many people think that just because they can buy a ton of carpet cleaning products at the store that they can effectively clean everything on their carpet. This isn’t true. CRI-certified cleaning technicians have the best carpet cleaning training and products to help your carpet look like new.
Who you hire to clean your carpets depends on what style of cleaning they offer and what type of carpet you have. If you have carpet using man-made fibers, you can use a wet carpet cleaner, such as a steamer or wet chemicals. If it’s natural fibers, you have to use dry chemicals.
Lend your carpet cleaning service a hand by pre-treating the bad odors in your carpet. Sprinkle a little baking soda on it while no one is around. Allow it to sit for a few hours before vacuuming it up. Nasty odors should disappear or be greatly diminished.
Now that we both know what it takes to hire some help, we have to get down to work. If we put that information to use, I’m sure we’ll both have beautiful carpets once again. I know I’m ready to take on this challenge, but are you also going to get the job done?