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7 Ways to Clean Carpets Without a Machine

by sahil khan - 14 May 2022, Saturday 266 Views Like (0)
7 Ways to Clean Carpets Without a Machine

Carpets get dirty easily because of all the dirt that gets stuck in them. You can use special detergents or even a carpet cleaning machine to remove the dirt in carpets. If you are looking  Best Carpets for Living Room in India, you can find many options online. But today, I am going to talk about some unique ways to clean carpets without using a machine and make the task easier...

Vacuum the carpet thoroughly.

You can vacuum the carpet with a machine, or you can do it yourself.

Vacuuming is the best way to remove dust and debris from your carpet. You should vacuum your carpets at least once a week, but if you have pets or kids who are constantly making messes, you might want to go ahead and vacuum them every day.

You can use an upright or handheld vacuum for this task; both will work just fine so long as they have good suction and are properly maintained (check that belts are in good condition). Besides vacuuming up all of the surface dirt on your carpet, this will also help loosen any embedded dirt deep down in the fibers of your rug.

Remove any stains with the spot cleaning solution.

  • For small stains, use a spot cleaning solution to remove them.
  • Use a clean, white cloth to apply the solution.
  • Rub the cloth in a circular motion over the stained area.
  • Wipe up any excess with another clean, dry cloth and repeat if necessary until the stain is gone or almost gone; don't use too much solution!

Prepare the baking soda cleaning solution.

If your carpets are looking dingy and dirty, then there’s no time like the present to get them back to their former glory. If you have kids or pets—or both—you know that it can be difficult to keep up with the dirt that gets tracked throughout your home every day. While a carpet cleaning machine is great for deep-cleaning your floors regularly, there are other options that don’t require electricity or specialized equipment.

Of course, if you do have access to one of these machines and want to use it on occasion (for example: when guests are coming over), then by all means go ahead! But if not then this guide will show you some easy ways of giving your carpets a good clean without using an expensive machine.

The first step in cleaning any fabric surface is preparing the solution before washing away any dirt or stains from its surface

Brush the baking soda into the carpet fibers.

To brush the baking soda into your carpet, put on gloves and use a soft brush to spread it around in the fibers of your carpet. This will help loosen any dirt or stains that may be visible. Do this over an area about six feet by six feet, then vacuum up any baking soda that you’ve applied.

Leave the baking soda on for 24 hours.

Leave the baking soda on for 24 hours.

The longer you leave it on, the better. Baking soda is a mild abrasive that will gently remove stains from your carpet; if you give it enough time to sit, you'll see better results. If you're worried about staining your carpet (because who isn't?), make sure to protect it with plastic or newspaper before applying the baking soda. Be careful not to sit heavy objects directly on top of your cleaning supplies—this can damage your carpets!

Vacuum the baking soda up.

To do this, you can use a vacuum cleaner with a beater bar head, brush attachment, suction attachment, crevice attachment, or turbo brush attachment. Vacuum up all the baking soda and then vacuum again with water to get rid of any remaining residue.

Regular cleanings will keep your carpets looking great.

Regular cleanings will keep your carpets looking great, smelling fresh, and feeling new. It’s important to have them professionally cleaned every 12 months, but there are things you can do in between visits that will keep them looking great between professional cleanings.

  • Vacuum regularly – at least once a week if you have pets or kids! This will help remove dirt and debris from deep within the carpet fibres before they become embedded into it.
  • Spot clean stains with an upholstery cleaner as soon as possible after they happen so they don’t stain further down into the fibre.