Feeling ambitious about cleaning your own carpets? This surge of enthusiasm can translate into an undertaking that is far too big for you to manage properly on your own. Sure, there are carpet cleaning machines for rent at some grocery stores and home improvement stores. The fact that these machines are available encourages the do-it-yourself mentality. But carpet cleaning is one DIY adventure that could go very wrong during or after the fact.
Babies spend a lot of time on the carpet. Beginning with the all-important tummy time, for the next several years of his life your child will lie, roll, crawl, fall, and play on your carpet every day. He will rub his face in the carpet fibers and dig his fingers into the plushness. Can you rest easily knowing your child is being directly exposed to dirt, mold, bacteria, pet dander, and other carpet lurkers?
Carpet cleaning for pet Owners is essential. Pets are cherished. Your furry friends and cuddly animals are members of the family. But they are also living, breathing beings without the common sense of humans or the ability to compartmentalize their grooming and personal needs. As a result, your carpet will inevitably be affected by the presence of your pet in your home. This isn’t a bad thing, as long as you maintain regular carpet cleaning to preserve the health of your home’s inhabitants, both four-legged and human.
Carpet stains can really be awful. Maybe infrequent visitors to your home or the least-observant members of your family never see the spots you see on your carpet. But you’re not crazy. The stains really are there. And there are plenty of reasons why the stains could be present. Perhaps someone cleaned a stain improperly and made it worse. Maybe you didn’t see the stain right away and only discovered it days later after it had time to set in. And there is the possibility that when the stain happened you weren’t in a position to clean it immediately – in the middle of a party or while tending to a sick child, for example – and timeliness can make all the difference in a stain disappearing or sticking around forever.