3 Best Practices for Keeping Your Carpet Looking Nice Between Cleanings

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1. Vacuuming

Regular vacuuming is one of the most effective (and cost-effective) ways of removing dirt from your carpeting. Be sure that you are using the right vacuum and going slowly over the carpet in both forward/backward and side-to-side directions. Areas like general office areas or corridors should ideally be vacuumed daily, or at least 3-4 times a week. Lower traffic areas like conference rooms and executive offices can usually be done once a week.

    2. Spot Cleaning

    The sooner you can treat a stain spot, the better your chances of successfully removing it. It is a good idea to have someone regularly check your carpeting for any stains to spot clean them. You can also have this done as part of a carpet-preventative maintenance program.

    3. Preventative Cleaning

    The best method to keep your carpet looking good and lasting long is to have it professionally cleaned at regular intervals (which may differ for different areas based on the state of the carpet, usage and traffic). For heavy traffic areas like entrances and halls, you want preventative cleanings 1-2 times per month. For medium-traffic areas like administrative offices, every 2-3 months is typically sufficient. For lighter traffic areas like conference rooms, every six months is recommended.

    There are many reasons you should leave your carpet cleaning to the professionals. To help make sure your facility gives the best possible first impression to visitors and employees, let our Hyspec Team look after your carpet cleaning needs.

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