Eco Cleaning Solutions Inc will help you with your carpet which adds warmth to a home by adding color, pattern, and texture. Regular vacuuming provides the first line of defines against dirt and dust that damages carpet fibers. But carpets also need regular cleaning to keep them looking as new. Make sure you thoroughly wash carpet every 12 to 18 months, more often in areas where the traffic flow is heavy. If you have light color carpet and/or pets, clean your carpets two or three times a year.  Follow the carpet cleaning in Los Angeles guidelines.

 

Tip #1: Banish dirt

Dirt acts like thousands of little knives that cut carpet fibers and damages them. You rub sharp dirt particles against the fibers and creates tiny nick when you walk over a dusty carpet. All that fuzzy stuff mixed in with the dirt in the bags of your vacuum cleaner is your exquisite carpet headed out the door one bag at a time. When the small tiny particles of dust scratch the fibers, it ruins the surface of the carpet, which is why high-traffic areas appear less attractive than the rest of the carpet areas. Over time, grinding dirt wears away the fibers too, which mats them down and makes them stain more easily. Follow the tips given by our experts to keep your carpet as dirt-free as possible. To preserve your carpet from dust, vacuum the entrance areas and high-traffic areas once or twice a week and the rest of the carpet areas once a week. Oily particles attract oily soils, and regular vacuuming will decrease soil build-up. A dirty bag, dusty cup or dirty filter can cut a vacuum’s suction power in half. Bagless vacuum stops working very often, the main reason behind this are the unchanged filters. The filters on a bagless vacuum should be washed or replaced after every three months of time. Replace vacuum bags when they’re three-quarters full. Vacuum the carpet slowly enough to get out as much dirt as possible. Make one quick pass over low-traffic areas and two slow passes over high-traffic areas. The slow passes of the vacuum remove dirt particles more effectively than several fast passes. Buy and utilize walk-off mats in and outside of your home or office to keep dirt particles off the carpet. Use Coarse-textured mats outside your home to prevent the soil from coming in. Use Water-absorbent mats inside to prevent wet shoes on the carpeting.

Dirt acts like thousands of little knives that cut carpet fibers and damages them. You rub sharp dirt particles against the fibers and creates tiny nick when you walk over a dusty carpet. All that fuzzy stuff mixed in with the dirt in the bags of your vacuum cleaner is yBaglessisite carpet headed out the door one bag at a time. When the small tiny particles of dust scratch the fibers, it ruins the surface of the carpet, which is why high-traffic areas appear less attractive than the rest of the carpet areas. Over time, grinding dirt wears away the fibers too, which mats them down and makes them stain more easily. Follow the tips given by our experts to keep your carpet as dirt-free as possible. To preserve your carpet from dust, vacuum the entrance areas and high-traffic areas once or twice a week and the rest of the carpet areas once a week. Oily particles attract oily soils, and regular vacuuming will decrease soil build-up. A dirty bag, dusty cup or dirty filter can cut a vacuum’s suction power in half. Bag less vacuum stops working very often, the main reason behind this are the unchanged filters. The filters on a bag less vacuum should be washed or replaced after every three months of time. Replace vacuum bags when they’re three-quarters full. Vacuum the carpet slowly enough to get out as much dirt as possible. Make one quick pass over low-traffic areas and two slow passes over high-traffic areas. The slow passes of the vacuum removes dirt particles more effectively than several fast passes. Buy and utilize walk-off mats in and outside of your home or office to keep dirt particles off the carpet. Use Coarse-textured mats outside your home to prevent the soil to come in. Use Water-absorbent mats inside to prevent wet shoes on the carpeting.

Tip #2: Use a pro wisely

first cleaning method Our experts and professionals recommend hot water extraction as the first cleaning method for carpets. Although it is also known as “steam” cleaning, there’s no steam involved. At first the carpet is treated with a detergent, and after that treated with a very hot rinse solution, high pressure is forced into your carpet surface and then vacuumed out. If the procedure is done correctly, this process cleans the carpet deeply and doesn’t leave behind a soap residue. Quality cleaners charge $300 to $500 to deep clean 1,000 sq. ft. of carpet. At that price, you might be thinking to skip experts cleanings altogether and just rent a machine to clean the carpet yourself. Our professionals recommend, don’t. Or at least don’t do only that. A rented cleaning machine will remove the dirt from the surface. But deep cleaning to remove allergens, dust and greasy residues requires the specialized carpet cleaners and the right equipment. Quality professionals will give references, an in-home inspection and a written estimate based on the size of your carpet, type and condition of the carpeting rather than calculating the number of rooms cleaned, and a written guarantee of their work. Professionals offering discounts depend on making bulky sales rather than making an on-going relationship with the client. The discount professionals basically spray soap on your carpet, suck up the water and are gone. These services leave behind a soap residue that will attract dirt to your carpet. Those “four rooms for 50 bucks” offers also get them into your house so they can force sell high-priced add-ons to you like stain removal and deodorizers—service that quality pros include for free. Our professionals charge according to the type of carpeting, the kind of services you need and the size of the job. The entire process can take two to three hours.

Tip #3: DIY right

Professionals do a more thorough job than you can, but hiring a pro is costly. So the next-best tip is to choose between DIY and pro cleanings. DIY “steam”-cleaning equipment can be effective if you know how to use them and take the time to clean your carpet carefully. If you want to buy a steam-cleaning machine, manage to spend $60 to $300 or more. Before you buy a steam machine Do some online research (type “carpet cleaning machines” into your browser). Most of the rental machines weigh more, contains more water and come with a wider wand than purchased machines, making them helpful for bigger and high traffic areas. Purchased models are mostly smaller, more portable and easier to keep. They’re useful for spot cleaning and are easier to move up and down stairs. Whether you rent or buy, make your cleaning last longer by following our expert’s tips. After how much time your carpet needs to be cleaned depends up on the traffic you have. Clean your carpet when the colour starts looking dull. If you wait until the carpet is very dirty, cleaning it will be more difficult and will take longer time and will cost more. Before cleaning the carpet vacuum it to remove large particles of dust. Vacuum again after you clean and the carpet is completely dry to pick up dirt that climbs to the surface during drying. Stir a drop of detergent with warm water in a spray bottle and

Professionals do a more thorough job than you can, but hiring a pro is costly. So the next-best tip is to choose between DIY and pro cleanings. DIY “steam”-cleaning equipment can be effective if you know how to use them and take the time to clean your carpet carefully. If you want to buy a steam-cleaning machine, manage to spend $60 to $300 or more. Before you buy a steam machine Do some online research (type “carpet cleaning machines” into your browser). Most of the rental machines weigh more, contains more water and come with a wider wand than purchased machines, making them helpful for bigger and high traffic areas. Purchased models are mostly smaller, more portable and easier to keep. They’re useful for spot cleaning and are easier to move up and down stairs. Whether you rent or buy, make your cleaning last longer by following our expert’s tips. After how much time your carpet needs to be cleaned depends up on the traffic you have. Clean your carpet when the colour starts looking dull. If you wait until the carpet is very dirty, cleaning it will be more difficult and will take longer time and will cost more. Before cleaning the carpet vacuum it to remove large particles of dust. Vacuum again after you clean and the carpet is completely dry to pick up dirt that climbs to the surface during drying. Stir a drop of detergent with warm water in a spray bottle and

Professionals do a more thorough job than you can, but hiring a pro is costly. So the next-best tip is to choose between DIY and pro cleanings. DIY “steam”-cleaning equipment can be effective if you know how to use them and take the time to clean your carpet carefully. If you want to buy a steam-cleaning machine, manage to spend $60 to $300 or more. Before you buy a steam machine Do some online research (type “carpet cleaning machines” into your browser). Most of the rental machines weigh more, contains more water and come with a wider wand than purchased machines, making them helpful for bigger and high traffic areas. Purchased models are mostly smaller, more portable and easier to keep. They’re useful for spot cleaning and are easier to move up and down stairs. Whether you rent or buy, make your cleaning last longer by following our expert’s tips. After how much time your carpet needs to be cleaned depends up on the traffic you have. Clean your carpet when the colour starts looking dull. If you wait until the carpet is very dirty, cleaning it will be more difficult and will take longer time and will cost more. Before cleaning the carpet vacuum it to remove large particles of dust. Vacuum again after you clean and the carpet is completely dry to pick up dirt that climbs to the surface during drying. Stir a drop of detergent with warm water in a spray bottle and lightly spray on the dirtiest areas. Let wait 5 to 10 minutes before starting the main cleaning. DIY machines wet the carpet very much, and most machines don’t have enough suction to extract it thoroughly. Make one pass with the neutralizing rinse solution. Then dry the carpet for two to three times to get rid of the water.

Tip #4: Clean stains right—right away

carpet gets a stain Suddenly if your carpet gets a stain then there’s a 99 % chance you can get rid of it. The longer time stain spends on the surface of carpet, the harder it is to remove the stain. By using the plain tap water you can get rid of about 80 % of the stains and dirty spots. To get rid of a stain, rub a clean, dry, white cloth over the stain to absorb the spill. Repeat the process until the spill is absorbed. Then with a white towel gently work the water on the stain till the stain vanishes. Change your garments if required. If you scrub the stain the fibers will be damaged. Blot from the outer edge toward the centre of the stain to stop the stain from spreading and creating a bigger problem. The process of removal of stain requires a lot of patience. Bolt with a dry cloth after working the water gently on the spill. Repeat until you get rid of the stain and all the water has been soaked. If the stain is not removed with the normal tap water, try a white vinegar and water solution (equal amounts) or club soda before trying the stronger commercial cleaning products. Some of the commercial products can cause carpet to attract the dust faster or damage the carpet’s colour.