t’s a New Year and that means it is time for New Year’s resolutions. Is this the year you stop that bad habit of yours or workout more or drink less caffeine? Maybe 2016 is the year to try a new hobby or learn a new skill? Or maybe 2016 is the year to focus on your home and your carpet.
Here are a few Carpet Cleaning New Year’s Resolutions to help maintain the quality and beauty of your carpet and protect your investment throughout 2016: Continue reading
2015 is coming to an end and it’s almost time to welcome in 2016. But, before we bid farewell to 2015, let’s look back on some of our popular posts and best carpet cleaner tips from this past year:
How Often Should You Clean Your _____?
It’s easier to know when it’s time to clean some household items than others. Obviously dishes and silverware need to be cleaned after each use and your car should be washed when it’s covered in mud, but how often do you clean household items like coffee makers, bed sheets or carpet that aren’t visibly dirty?
You probably use your coffee maker almost every morning and you will want to clean it at least once a month. The process is similar to making a pot of coffee, although instead of coffee grounds and plain water, you’ll use a solution of water and vinegar and then clean the pot in your dishwasher.
Bed sheets should be cleaned once a week and it’s as simple as putting them in your washer and drier, while a vacuum cleaner needs to be cleaned or at least maintained prior to each use. Pay particular attention to the bag or filter and the brushes so that older dirt isn’t being spread out across your home. Continue reading
Is there much debate as to whether cats or dogs are the dirtier pets? Dogs go outside often and bring dirt, grass and other outdoor contaminants in your home. Dogs also are bigger and shed more hair and it is much easier to train a cat to use a litter box than to train a dog to go outside.
There’s a lot to love about dogs, but hands down, cats are the cleaner pets. However … that doesn’t mean that cats are always clean.
For the most part, cats are well trained to use a litter box for going to the bathroom and the litter box contains the waste rather well. But, there is still the potential for cat litter to clump to a cats paw and then be tracked onto your carpet throughout your home. Continue reading
It’s easier to know when to clean some household items than others.
I’ll bet you know to clean your bowl and spoon after eating ice cream or to clean your socks and t-shirt after your morning run to shed those ice cream calories, right?
Some things aren’t quite as obvious. Like, how often should you clean your coffee maker or your bed sheets? Some things are dirty even when they don’t look or smell dirty: Continue reading