How to Properly Vacuum Carpet If you’re wondering how to vacuum your carpet like a professional, this post is for you. Vacuuming is a very important and sometimes overlooked part of the carpet cleaning and maintenance process. Proper vacuuming can (and should!!) be done at home between regular carpet cleanings to keep your carpet looking great all year! Knowing how to vacuum properly is quite possibly the most important thing you can do at home to keep your carpet cleaner and help your carpet last longer. So, Why should you vacuum? Your carpet is a filter. It traps the dust that blows around in your house that would otherwise be loose or airborne. Vacuuming helps remove remove everyday soils, pet hair and pet dander, dust, spores, pollen, and other gross stuff that gets walked, carried, or blown in from outside or created inside your home. These indoor air pollutants contribute to sinus problems and many other health issues. Like any filter, it should be emptied or cleaned on occasion to continue working properly. Indoor air quality starts with proper vacuuming. Vacuuming also helps keep the carpet looking fresh longer by separating and standing up the fibers and removing the soil….
If you’ve been struggling to get your tile floor clean, you are not alone. Many of our Houston area customers call us because they are frustrated with their tile and grout cleaning efforts. It seems you mop and scrub but never get the grout clean. You may even have a film on the tile that you can’t remove. Well, there’s some science to tile cleaning and we’re going to share a few tips.
Cat lovers know that sometimes the odor associated with cats can be offensive, especially with cats who mark, spray, or pee in areas other than the litter box or outdoors. If you need to remove the smell of cat urine from your carpet, we have a few things you can try.
If you are animal lover like we are, you may experience the occasional urine issue. Sometimes you notice the urine soon after it happened, and cleaning fresh pet pee from carpet is easier than dealing with old stains. If you are working with dog urine, you’re a bit more fortunate. Dog pee is water based and easier to break down and remove than cat pee. The reason cat urine is hard to remove is because it is oil based.
If you are a pet lover like we are, you may experience the occasional pet pee problem. Cleaning old pet stains from carpet is sometimes necessary when you did not catch the problem right away. Sometimes you find the pee because of the odor you (or your guests!) experience. Treating a fresh urine spot is usually easier, but there is hope for older stains.