Expert Carpet Cleaner’s Guide to Carpet Care

Jul 19, 2022 | Carpet Cleaning, Healthy Home

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Although you may feel a bit overwhelmed by the thought of keeping your carpet in good shape, the truth is that giving your carpet a little TLC may be a lot easier than you think. It simply requires a bit of knowledge about the right tools and techniques to use. Fortunately, the professionals at Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry are here to help!

Our professional carpet cleaners can answer your questions and give your carpet the deep clean it needs on a regular basis. With our support, you can:

  • Lift away the dirt and grime hidden deep within carpet fibers
  • Remove stains effectively
  • Avoid damaging delicate fibers
  • Prevent your carpet from resoiling quickly

Proper care is absolutely essential for preserving the beauty of your carpet and extending the time you and your family can enjoy it. Thorough carpet care will not only keep your home looking great, but will also help boost indoor air quality, making your living space healthier and more comfortable. It’s also worth pointing out that caring for your carpet can prevent you from having to invest in a new carpet sooner than you’d like.

Try These 4 Tips from Our Carpet Cleaners

The secret to maintaining your carpet’s beauty and comfortable texture is developing a routine and sticking to it. Only through consistent carpet care can you prevent dirt and other particles from becoming compacted in your carpet’s fibers.

Wondering what should be included in your routine? Review the following four tips from our carpet cleaning experts and consider implementing them into your normal cleaning process.

Tip #1: Vacuum Frequently

Regularly vacuuming your carpet is the best thing you can do to maintain its look and prevent damage from heavy foot traffic. It ensures dirt on the surface doesn’t find its way down to the backing pad of your carpet, where it is harder to remove on your own.

Tip #2: Promptly Deal With Stains

Do your best to avoid ever allowing stains to set on your carpet. Instead, absorb any excess pigment with a white cloth by carefully dabbing the affected area. Then, call in a professional carpet cleaner who can remove the stain without spreading it to the surrounding carpet fibers.

Tip #3: Keep Dirt From Entering Your Home

Having a “no shoes in the house” policy is a simple yet effective way to limit the amount of dirt and sand your carpet is exposed to in the first place. If you’re having trouble making this policy stick, at the very least use doormats both inside and outside your home to limit the amount of dirt from being tracked inside.

Tip #4: Reach Out to Our Professional Carpet Cleaners

Every six months to a year, your carpets need to be deep cleaned by a professional. When you call Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry, you can have your carpets carefully cleaned without excess water, meaning they’ll be quick to dry.

Plus, our expert carpet cleaners work with a cleaning solution based on nature’s chemistry rather than harsh, soapy detergents that leave behind a dirt-attracting residue. As a result, we won’t just get your carpet cleaner than before. We’ll also help it stay cleaner for longer, making your carpet care routine that much easier.

Are you ready to learn more about promoting the look and lifespan of your carpet from the experienced carpet cleaners at Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry? Call (808) 371-8874 today to schedule a carpet cleaning visit from your local Chem-Dry technician!

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