To keep your carpets clean and fresh, use a vacuum to remove any dirt from the floor. If you don't have one or need another way of removing it all together then old-fashioned brooms are an effective choice for cleaning up after pets who like going places where they shouldn’t!
A strong suction will help get rid odors as well which may arise when someone has been walking around with no shoes on (eww).
The best way to remove a stain from carpet is quickly and efficiently. For liquid spills, immediately blot away the moisture with paper towels or an absorbent cloth (never use anything that might be colorfast).
For more solid mud stains like spilled juice boxes/drinks on soft surfaces such as carpets- Use credit card edge along edges if possible but curb it's force when wiping ridges clean; It should only take one pass over these types of messes before they're gone!
Homeowners might consider renting a carpet cleaner or using the recommended detergent and steam treatment at least once per year to keep their carpets clean. It's also efficient if you have wall-to-wall floors in your home, but this can be costly for those on tight budgets!
For DIYers there are smaller machines that do an adequate job on average size rooms without needing special equipment like large trucks etc., which is why we recommend getting one before moving forward with cleaning services unless someone wants his/her floorings changed completely (which could cost up $500+).
Vacuum the carpet to remove loose soil, dust and dirt before starting any cleaning process. If you skip this step then it may just be pushing your mess deeper into the fibers of whatever surface we are working on! Make sure that stains like oil or tar will require special treatment as well - consult a stain removal chart for what kind(s)of cleaner is right for those types-of messes (or visit our blog post!).