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How To Clean Carpet?

by Sinke Car

How To Clean Carpet –  is your one-stop resource for the cleaning information.  We’ll show you the very best way to clean it based on exactly what type of substance you’ve spilled onto your carpet.  We’ll also show you how to clean it based on its specific style and material.   

Basic Guide To Cleaning Carpet

Regularly cleaning your rug and dealing with spills and stains immediately as they occur can significantly extend its life.  Failing to do so can lead to the development of unfavorable conditions such as matting, packing, and crushing. Soil that is allowed to sink into a carpet and remain there will eventually cause permanent damage through abrasion of the fibers themselves.


The good news is that it’s very easy to keep your carpet looking nearly brand new for a very long time. Our first recommendation is that you take off your shoes upon entering your home. Although not practical in some situations, walking barefoot or in socks will greatly extend the life of the rug by reducing the amount of soil that enters your home. When you walk on it with shoes, the rug effect “cleans” your shoes.

This means that all the dirt, grime, and general ickiness that your shoes accumulate over the day gets sucked into your carpet. Just get home from a ballgame at the local stadium? Did you step inside the bathroom while there?  Then part of the restroom is now embedded in your tapestry. Not a very pleasant thought to have in your head as you’re laying on your carpet in front of the TV doing exercises, is it?

As the soil begins to build up on your rug, without proper care it eventually reaches the point where for every particle of soil your shoe deposits on the rug, your shoe picks up another particle thus spreading the grime and dirt out past high traffic areas.  For more vacuum cleaning guide you can check HomeDorks.


So how do you keep soil from building up on your carpet? Through regular vacuuming.  To clean cut pile carpet, use a vacuum cleaner with a rotating beater bar. This agitates the carpet pile which loosens soil embedded in it. You should lower the agitator bar enough so that the rug vibrates a few inches away from the cleaner, but not so much that the vacuum cleaner is difficult to push. Matting and packing will occur in high traffic areas if the tapestry pile is not agitated and lifted.

To clean Berber carpet, use a vacuum with suction only. Using a vacuum with a beater bar will damage the loops and cause fuzzing.  We recommend that you vacuum your rug at least once a week, twice in high traffic areas.


Failing to vacuum regularly will allow the soil to become embedded in the tapestry leading to permanent damage resulting from abrasion.  You should also empty the vacuum cleaner’s bag as soon as it becomes half full. Once a vacuum cleaner becomes full past the midpoint it’s efficiency is greatly reduced.

You can also use robot vacuum cleaners for the carpet. Of course, the robot will not be able to replace a large corded vacuum cleaner with a different type of brush attachments, but it will become an excellent tool for maintaining daily cleanliness of carpets.


Brushes and silicone rollers collect up to 80 percent of the garbage, and the power of the robot vacuum cleaner allows it to catch dust, sand, pet hair even from a thick pile. At the same time, the robot can determine the type of coating being cleaned and the degree of its contamination. So it automatically increases the suction power as well as the speed of the brushes. The device can be programmed, so it ensures everyday vacuuming of the floor even in your absence.

As an example of a good carpet robot cleaner, we can advise you Eufy 30. Its affordable price, set of brushes, BoostIQ technology, powerful battery, and a mobile app will provide the cleanliness of your home. More information you can read in this site Robotbox.net.

Cooking vapors, air pollution, and random gunk tracked in from off the street sink into your carpet over time dulling its appearance. If allowed to accumulate this mixture becomes an icky, gummy mess sealing the pile fibers in your carpet together.  This can cause matting, packing, ridges, and general damage to your carpet. This oily, gunky mess also attracts dry soil further dirtying it.

So how do you clean this mess from your carpet?  By regularly steam cleaning (Always consult the manufacturer before having it cleaned. Some manufacturers recommend dry cleaning instead of hot water extraction). You should have your rug professionally cleaned at least once a year. You should never wait longer than two years to steam clean a carpet as doing so will void the warranties of many manufacturers.  Steam cleaning your tapestry is an effective way to clean out the deeply embedded gunk that accumulates over time, resulting in reduced rug wear and an overall improved appearance.


Unfortunately, no matter how careful you are, you will eventually spill something on your tapestry. So how do you clean spills and stains from it? By using the least aggressive approach first. Never reach for a bottle of rug cleaner without first attempting to blot the spill clean with paper towels. Always use the gentlest approach first when dealing with carpet spills and stains, elevating your aggression only as needed.  Because some chemicals in some cleaners can damage or cause fading on some carpets, you always want to choose the least invasive cleaning technique first.

To clean a spill from your carpet grab several dry paper towels and lightly blot at the spill, being careful not to push the liquid further down into it. Attempt to remove all or as much of the spill as possible with paper towels.  If the spill is especially thick use a spoon to scoop up as much as possible before using paper towels. Never scrub the spill as this will simply push the stain deeper into the carpet causing the stain to set. Hopefully, at this point, the spilled substance has been successfully removed from the tapestry.