Rug cleaning can seem like a tedious task, mainly when it is a large rug. Having well-placed rugs in your room can add an artistic charm. When you clean your rugs you must ensure that you are using the right cleaning method for that specific rug. Rugs are made from a variability of materials so double check the material before dusting so you use the correct rug cleaning technique. Rugs do not need much cleaning unless it has some degree spilled on it or there is a lot of foot traffic on the rug

Vacuuming

Airborne particles in the air will ultimately sit on Best News Mag your rugs but most of it is from hefty foot traffic. To prevent bringing foreign particles into the home have a doormat so your family and visitors can smear their shoes prior to their entry in the home. You must make sure to vacuum your rug at least once a week but ensure that the material can be vacuumed before doing so.

Cleaning up spills

These should be taken care of instantaneously. If there is a food spill just clean the area with a paper towels but make sure that you do not rub the spot harshly as it will only become worse. Mix a small amount of dish detergent, white vinegar, and water and once mixed apply it to the stain and leave for night. Just clean it away with a wet sponge the next morning.

General rug cleaning tips

If you do not want to vacuum every day, you can use a firm broom to clean the rug. For smaller rugs, you can just toss them in the washing machine or take them to the Laundromat to use the larger machine but make sure that you check the cleaning orders to make sure it can be washed in the machine.

 

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