Three common carpet cleaning problems

Do you worry that your business carpet cleaning do not look as clean as they could? You may still encounter problems even if your carpets are cleaned with great care. You may find that some problems can be quite challenging to solve.

Stains that recur: No matter how much you try to get rid of them, certain stains may keep returning on your carpet. It’s possible that you are causing the problem by incorrectly treating the stain. You will attract more dirt if you have left a large amount of soap on your carpets, or if it is still very damp after cleaning. If the carpet lies on an area that is very dirty, it will stain. Any stain should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.

Mildew is also caused by an oversaturated rug. Mold and fungi can easily grow on carpets that are not dried correctly. This can cause health problems such as respiratory and allergy issues, but also make the space smell bad.

Damages Caused by Furniture: The fibers beneath the carpet will be damaged if furniture is left on the spot for too long. The special cleaning products that are used on furniture may also damage the carpet beneath. Use pads underneath the furniture to reduce damage to carpet. You should also move your furniture from time-to-time.

You should take good care of your expensive carpets. You should not risk damaging your carpets by cleaning them incorrectly or maintaining them in the wrong way. You can take many steps to keep them clean (or to reduce damage), but you should still have professional carpet cleaners come in periodically.

Professional carpet cleaners will take care of these common problems. It will cost you money to have your carpets professionally cleaned, but the end result will be worth it. Your carpets will last longer and your house will smell fresher.
Steam Star Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Cleaning
1a/802 Pacific Hwy, Gordon NSW 2072
(02) 83112088

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