1 – Entryways and Mudrooms
Foyers, entryways, and mudrooms are the busiest places in your home. Family, friends, and pets are constantly coming in and out throughout the day. They track in mud and dirt, even if they take their shoes off once inside. Getting a professional carpet cleaning in these areas can help you keep allergens like dust, dirt, and pollens from being spread throughout the house.
2 – Eating Areas
Carpets and rugs in eating areas often collect a lot of dirt, grime, and stains. As people eat (and spill), food and drink may stain the rug or carpet under and around your table. Not only will stains be an issue, but a lot of the time, it’s challenging to get all the crumbs or other food-caused grime out from the carpet. A professional carpet cleaning can help to not only get out stains, but collect the extra residue from spills.
3 – Living Rooms
Living rooms see a lot of activity in your home, especially if you have young children or pets. Because of this, oils from your skin and dead skin cells work their way into your living room carpets. Pets and stains can also make an impact on carpets or rugs in living rooms, so it’s a good place to consider using a carpet cleaning professional.
Keeping it Clean
Of course, it’s hard to get these areas professionally cleaned multiple times throughout the year. How can you help keep them clean after a professional carpet cleaning?
- Shoe Racks: These keep dirty shoes off the ground. It helps to have something underneath to catch any falling grime.
- Two Rugs: Having a rug outside your door and inside can keep the mud from people’s shoes on the rug and off your carpet.
- Wear socks: When walking around your home, socks can help keep oils from affecting your carpets.