Modern day carpets are designed to hide soil, through the design of the fibre or the colour. This hidden soil as explained earlier damages carpet fibres. The only way to remove it effectively is by having the carpet professionally cleaned regularly.
Most carpet manufacturers, carpet fibre manufacturers and the Australian Standard 3733, recommend that carpet be cleaned regularly. Regularly generally means every 12 to 18 months, however heavy traffic areas may need it every 3 to 6 months, or less traffic areas every 2 years or more.
Just like your clothing, your car, and your home, your carpet needs regular preventative maintenance to help it look and perform its best. Regular care will not only keep your carpet looking fresh and new, but can actually add years to its life.
Just as you put wax on your car to protect its finish from the elements and to keep it looking newer longer, your carpeting needs a protective treatment too.
Vacuum Up Dirt Easier
Carpet protectant creates an invisible shield, which allows you to vacuum soil away more easily. Proper vacuuming is crucial because it helps remove abrasive dirt particles, which can make your beautiful carpet look dull and dingy. This everyday soil can actually shorten the life of your carpet.
Spill Something? Don’t Panic
Protectant provides a “window of opportunity” for you to remove common household stains. Carpets that are unprotected can absorb spills so quickly that even your best efforts to remove them are fruitless. Carpet protectant creates an invisible barrier, which helps keep stains (like fruit juice) from becoming a permanent part of the carpet fibres. While no carpet is bulletproof, carpet protectant gives you a fighting chance.
You take pride in the appearance of your home. After all, it says a lot about you. Your carpet is a crucial part of your indoor space. Its colour, style, condition and cleanliness reflect upon you as an individual. Let protectant help you maintain the beauty of your carpet. The next time we clean your carpets, ask us for carpet protectant. You will be glad you did!