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Why You Need Your Carpet Washed Every Six Months

How often do you vacuum your rug? Once a day? Twice a week? Once every 6 months? Regardless of whether you vacuum at least once a week or once every 6 months, having it washed is necessary to maintain a healthy living environment in your home. Professional carpet cleaning services in Auckland should be able to help you take care of your carpet needs. 

Read through to see for yourself why vacuuming is not enough to keep your rugs and carpet clean. 

3 Reasons Why You Need Your Carpet Washed Every Six Months

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From pet stains to soil brought by your visitors, here are three of the major reasons why you need carpet cleaning services at least once in 6 months.

Family Members with Allergies

Did you know? Carpet fibers act as filters. They eventually collect dust and allergens that float around in the air. 

As the days and weeks pass, this dust and allergens build up in the carpet fibers. When they are filtered, they can become airborne again. Especially whenever someone walks across the carpet. Aside from that, once your pets pound on the surface of your carpet, dust is eventually released into the air. 

Only a thorough carpet cleaning and washing can remove these allergens. At Premium Clean, we restore the healthy living environment of your home with our eco-friendly washing detergents, heavy-duty sanitizing, and agents for deodorization. 

Finally, allergies are chronic.  Frequent or regular cleaning or carpet cleaning services are often necessary to help alleviate recurring symptoms, especially for your family members allergic to dust. 

Stubborn Stains

Stubborn Stains

We are talking about muddy footprints, fruit juice, finger paint, food and drink spills, snot, and every stain you can imagine sticking to your carpet. If you frequently invite visitors to come over, you have babies, and children often spend a lot of time on the carpet, you want it to always be fresh and clean. 

Hiring a professional carpet cleaner who uses eco-friendly cleaning agents should be able to remove any stain that may have seeped into the carpet. 

In addition to stains, if you allow shoes to be brought inside your house, then the soil is also your number one stubborn enemy. Shoes not only track in dirt, but they also bring in small particles of pebbles, gravel, or sand. 

This grit can cause carpet fibers to be worn prematurely. Take note: the more people in your household, the more shoe traffic your carpet experiences. Unless you have your carpet cleaned, these types of stains and dirt will eventually lead to permanent wear patterns on your carpet.

Indoor Pets

Indoor Pets

Pets are incredibly cute and lovable until they destroy your once pristine white carpet! Can you imagine the horrors of it? If you share your home with pets, regular carpet cleanings are vital. Even well-trained pets can cause a mess. 

Aside from tracking outdoor dirt into your home, pets can also shed their fur and distribute urine, feces, and food vomit on your carpet. Accidents (yes, your pet doesn’t mean it!) like these not only lead to annoying stains; they also produce extremely bad odors. Fortunately, Premium Clean offers carpet cleanings that help neutralize the stains and smells produced by pets.

Wrapping Up!

Carpet Vaccuming

While vacuuming removes the loose particles from the surface of the carpet before they settle deeper into the fibers, it does not necessarily eliminate bacteria. Premium Clean has the right equipment and excellent cleaners who can extract the deep dust and dirt from your carpet. If you rarely vacuum, now is probably the time to schedule a professional cleaning to preserve the quality of your carpet.

We also offer commercial carpet cleaning. Interested in learning more? Talk to an expert today and email or call us at 0800 786 780.

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Last Updated on March 15, 2024

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