If all you do to clean your carpet is vacuum it, suffice it to say that it would last about a quarter of the years than it otherwise might have. Vacuuming is essential of course, but getting deeper into the rug can be extremely exhausting with nothing but a vacuum cleaner at your side. You need to prioritize a deep clean for your carpet every so often as well, and we are going to outline this process so that you don’t have to worry about coming up with one of your own.
The good thing about deep cleaning is that it starts with vacuuming anyway because of the fact that you need to suck away little bits of matter that might clog up your steam cleaner. Once you have vacuumed to your satisfaction, you can use a hot water extractor all along the rug. Moving it against the fibers and pushing them further from the base of the rug can help you to target dirt that might not even be visible but would regardless be detracting from the overall appearance of this carpeted surface. The only thing left is carpet stains removal, which is only necessary if there are still stains left over subsequent to the steam cleaner being used.
Stain removal requires you to spray some carpet shampoo on the area and let it dry. Doing this makes it so that you can remoisten the dried up shampoo which will have bound with dirt and other debris. The machine will then suck the shampoo up into the spout, and all of the dirt it is attached to will go up right along with it for the most part.