Why Deep Carpet Cleaning Is Necessary?
Deep carpet cleaning is the best way to keep your carpets looking and smelling good. It removes ground-in dirt, grease, pet accidents, stains, and other nastiness. Professional carpet cleaners use machines that inject special cleaning solutions into the fibers. The chemicals and water loosen the grime, making it easier to vacuum out.
Dirt and Dirty Stains
Dirt and dirty stains are not just annoying, they can actually damage the carpet fibers. This is because dirt and mud settle into the tiny carpet fibers and as they make their way deeper into the fabric, they tear the fibers apart.
This is especially true of olefin and woolen carpets. They are very prone to soiling due to the oils of our skin and feet that seep into the fibers of these fabrics.
Another problem is filtration soil, which is electrostatically bound to the fibers of the carpet. This type of soil can be seen along baseboards, under doors and draperies, and in the crevices of carpeted stairs.
Dirt and Dirty Smells
You may have hired a professional carpet cleaner to deep clean your home’s carpets. But several hours later, you’re still noticing a bad odor coming from your carpets.
The reason this happens is that deep in your carpet, there’s a sand pit of dirt that can’t be reached by your vacuum cleaner. This sand pit of soil is a buildup of ground-in dust, pollen, fungi, chemicals, bacteria, cigarette smoke, tars, and residues that are stuck in your carpet.
Once the sand pit of dirt gets exposed to air, it emits unpleasant smells that can permeate your entire home. This can lead to a number of health problems, including respiratory ailments and asthma attacks.
This is why it’s important to regularly have your carpets deep cleaned. This helps prevent these sand pits from getting full, and also helps your carpets to remain clean.
Dirt and Dirty Mud
Mud that is tracked in from outside your home is one of the most frustrating things to deal with during the winter. This is especially true when you have children and pets.
Muddy mud contains grit and sandy material that can cause major damage to your carpets. These abrasive substances will stick to your carpet fibers and can even weaken them, causing the fibers to break down.
To prevent this from happening, a good doormat is a must-have in your home. Additionally, encourage your family and guests to wipe their feet before entering the house.
Once the muddy mess has dried, vacuum it up. Do several passes over the mud area to remove as much dirt as possible.
Dirt and Dirty Debris
A recent study found that the average US home or office accumulated several pounds of dust on a regular basis. This voluminous amount of dirt, in conjunction with some good old fashioned foot traffic, can wear down your carpet in a hurry. A top-of-the-line vacuum cleaner is usually sufficient to keep your abode spick and span, but a thorough deep cleaning is often required to get your floors looking as good as new. Luckily for you, we have the expertise to take on the task and the equipment to perform it. To see how we can help your floor and carpet sparkle, call today for a free quote. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed! We’re also happy to answer any other questions you may have.