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Carpet Cleaning Tips when Sharing a Home with Pets and Kids
Published on Saturday, 28 May 2011

Carpet Cleaning Tips when Sharing a Home with Pets and Kids Carpets tend to wear-out faster when you live with young children and pets. Follow these quick carpet cleaning tips to make your dull and dirty carpet look like new again, regardless of the spill and accident caused by the kids and your furry friends.
What Regular Vacuuming Can Do
Vacuuming may not be your favorite chore but it is a must when you have a carpet. Dust and grime buried within the carpet can thin and break the fibers, causing it to look old and tacky. Daily vacuuming in high traffic areas will preserve the appearance of your carpeting.
Keep the Spot Cleaner Handy
When it comes to cleaning carpets, keep in mind this fact: the faster you can attend to the spill, the easier it is to clean what is left of it. Keep the spot cleaner within reach so you can easily remove stains and accidents as they occur.
Enzyme Cleaners for Pet Accidents
 Even though you love your pets, urine smell is not something you can get used to and you surely want to find out how to get rid of this foul smell. The secret is an enzyme cleaner. It effectively eliminates animal stains and urine smell, and is easily accessible in any pet store.
Annual Professional Carpet Cleaning
Sometimes, vacuuming is not enough. You need to clean the carpet deeply to get rid of all kinds of dirt and bugs.  Hiring professional carpet cleaners may be costly but it can save you from the troubles of doing the cleaning yourself.
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