How To Clean Different Carpet Types

The common knock against having carpet flooring, as opposed to hardwood, is how difficult it can be to clean. Kids and pets can dirty up a carpet in no time, even if you’ve just cleaned or vacuumed it. Don’t worry, though, we’ve got you. At A Nu-Look we know a thing or two about professional carpet cleaning and can offer you some tips when it comes to managing those comfy floors of yours.

Different carpet styles can show or hide dirt differently. They also need different kinds of attention paid to them. We’ll start easy.

Berber Carpet

Berber Carpet has relatively large loops when it comes to different carpet types. These large loops actually help us keep it cleaner more often. Berber will show dirt very easily, and some commonly cited advice is to just “clean it when it looks dirty.” Vacuuming every once in a while and giving it a deeper cleaning when it looks like it needs it will keep your Berber carpet looking new.

Frieze Carpet

On the other hand, Frieze carpets are capable of hiding a lot more dirt. This makes them look cleaner but they may end up being far dirtier in actuality. The dense nature of the carpet makes simply vacuuming a slightly less viable maintenance path. A dry cleaning or steam cleaning may be the best way to get the dirt out from under your feet.

At the end of the day, removing any kind of stain from your carpet requires time, patience, and diligence. When something falls and spills, it is always best to immediately wipe it up. Once a stain settles into the carpet your life gets harder. As long as messes are cleaned up immediately, you’ll avoid most permanent stains. But hey, even if you let something sink in and you can’t get it out yourself, we’ve got you. Our professional carpet cleaning is exactly how carpet cleaning should go. At the end of the day, there’s always something you can do to clean.

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