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!
Look for a carpet cleaning company that offers a satisfaction guarantee. Sometimes the final results of a carpet cleaning may not be visible until the carpet dries, possibly days after the cleaning. You want a company willing to stand by their work, and a guarantee will show that they care about your business.
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.
If you have a grease stain on your rug, sprinkle some flour on it and place a piece of paper over the flour. This process will pull the grease out of the carpet and onto the paper within 30 minutes. Act immediately when this happens, as you do not want the grease to set in.
You may want to move furniture yourself before the carpet cleaning company arrives. While some companies do this free, many do charge a fee if you ask them to do it for you. As expensive as carpet cleaning can get, you will want to do whatever you can to save.
Carefully hide any valuables prior to having a carpet cleaning company in your home. Sure, most companies thoroughly screen their employees before hiring them, but you never know who may slip through the cracks. You could put these items in your car’s trunk or in a safe, if you have one.
It can be expensive to replace the carpeting in your home. If the carpet is beginning to look like it has seen better days, you might want to try having it professionally cleaned first. Professional carpet cleaning companies specialize in deep cleaning your carpet, to help give it that new appearance again.
Try to vacuum your high-traffic areas everyday if you can. Dirt can quickly pile up in these areas, only to be moved around the rest of your home. Additionally, it piles on top of itself, making it very hard to remove if it is left alone. The more you vacuum these areas, the cleaner your carpet will be in general.
When you take a carpet cleaner into people’s homes, make sure that you know what surfaces will work well with your machine. Rugs made of hand loomed wool, that are braided, that are natural-fiber Oriental wool or silk, jute or sisal will not work. Neither will laminate or hardwood floorings — so keep your machine off them.
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?