How To Avoid Carpet Color Fading

The carpet is a space element that functions as a floor mat as well as beautifies the room. However, its placement on the floor and its form consisting of fabric fibers make routine maintenance a must. Periodic cleaning aims to remove dust and dirt from the carpet fibers. Excess dust can make a room dirty. Over time, the carpet can become a den of germs and fleas that cause allergies and diseases. To get it thoroughly cleaned, you could use the service of first call restoration crew. Periodic maintenance is also a way to reduce the risk of carpet color fading.

Vacuum the carpet at least twice a week, depending on the location where the carpet is placed. The more often people pass by in the room, the more often the carpet cleaning must be done. Cleaning can be done using a vacuum cleaner or vacuum cleaner. Carpet color will fade easily when exposed to continuous sun exposure for a long time. Reposition the carpet if part of the carpet is exposed to continuous sunlight. When cleaning carpets, you should pay attention to the type of vacuum cleaner you use. Select the dry type. To minimize allergy-causing dust and micro-dirt, you should choose a vacuum cleaner with a high-efficiency particulate arresting (HEPA) type filter.

Use a washing machine and carpet detergent. If cleaning is done manually, use a high-pressure water hose that is sprayed into the area of the carpet. Avoid brushing the carpet vigorously while washing to avoid damaging the fibers. But you need to be very careful with stains because it needs to be immediately cleaned. Don’t wait for the stain to dry. The longer the stain lasts, the more difficult it will be to clean it. If you are bothered to clean a large size room carpet, you can contact a carpet washing service. The cost required range depending on the type and area of the carpet being washed.
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