Pet-Owner’s Guide

A Pet-Owner’s Guide To Keeping Carpet Clean 

You love your pet, but you love your carpet too. It is a classic paradigm of juxta-positioned interests. However, this situation is fairly common. Many people love their pets unconditionally but hate when their babies soil their expensive carpets. If you happen to be one of these people, perhaps we can help you.

Read further to know how to keep your carpet clean and odor-free if you are a pet owner.

The dirt and the grime that land on the surface of the carpet comes from the outside, traveling through the paws of your pet. Your prized possession won’t get dirty if you clean their paws before they step on the carpet.

Place a mat at the entrance and wipe the paws every time your pet comes inside from outdoors. You can also keep a small spray bottle of water to clean the mud thoroughly on rainy days.

  • Vacuum the carpet regularly

You can expect your floor, carpet, and furniture to be subject to spills, pet hair, food crumbs, and dirt if you live with your pet. Regular vacuuming of your home will make a big difference. It will remove most of the dirt and spills. Hence, not much will reach your carpet.

Hence, make it a point to vacuum your entire home at least two to three times a week. Furthermore, do not miss upholstery, as it is also a common place where dirt and grime are trapped.

  • Always be prepared for accidents

Even if your pet is well-trained, shit can happen sometimes. Keep yourself prepared for situations like these.

Always keep a handheld steam cleaner, pet stain removers, and carpet deodorisers in your arsenal. Remove any solid waste from the carpet as soon as possible. If there is urine on the carpet, blot it with a rag or towel.

Letting them sit on the carpet will make them hard to remove, whilst also allowing bacterial growth.

  • Bicarbonate soda to your rescue

If your carpet has dried urine spots, tackle them with bicarbonate soda.

Bicarbonate soda or baking soda works wonders in eliminating spots and smells from the carpet. The strong smell of baking soda will cover the awful smell of urine.

All you need to do is sprinkle baking soda in a generous amount and leave it for a couple of hours. Next, vacuum the entire space to get rid of stains and smells.

  • Trust the carpet cleaning experts

Expert carpet cleaners are known as experts for a reason. They use powerful carpet cleaning machines, stain removers, and carpet deodorizers that not only suck the grime but also absorb odor from each fiber of your carpet, giving it a new lease of life.

If your furry friend is notorious and keeps shedding his hair everywhere, consider calling a carpet cleaning service.

Regular cleaning sessions will not only rejuvenate your carpet, enhance its aesthetics, and boost its shelf life, but also clear bacteria and dangerous particles, improve the quality of indoor air, and keep your home clean and hygienic always. Hence, schedule deep carpet cleaning at least twice a year.

The bottom line

Living with pets and carpets together can be very challenging. Most people tend to select one and do away with the other. And, in most cases, the “other” happens to be their carpets.

So, if you are also considering getting rid of your carpet because of your little friend, stop right there. Use these easy and effective tips to clean and maintain your carpets and keep them new for years to come.

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Christophe Rude

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