The carpets are household items that are more exposed to dirt and we have all seen the situation of facing a stain on a carpet or simply to give it a regular cleaning to remove dust and dirt that they are deposited.

As a general rule, rugs should be vacuumed every one or two weeks depending on how they are used. If you vacuum your carpets frequently, it will extend their life since vacuuming them prevents the accumulation of dirt particles, dust, or other residues, and vacuuming does not break the fibers of the carpets as if it can happen with brushing.

It is advisable to thoroughly to Carpet Cleaning in Sydney at least once a year. The cleaning method and the products to be used will vary depending on the material in which the carpet is made.

In this post, we are going to explain how to clean the carpets in your house without having to resort to dry cleaning services.

Each type of carpet has different maintenance, so it is best to consult the manufacturer about what type of cleaning he recommends for your product. Also, always follow the instructions of the manufacturer of the cleaning product.

The wool carpet sit is advisable to vacuum them once a week. If it is a hand-knotted wool carpet, you should be careful not to vacuum it at low power or wipe it with a damp cloth in the direction of the pile of the carpet and let it dry well before covering it with furniture.

The cotton rugs are easy to wash and they dry easily, so here vacuuming can also wash cold with some mild detergent.

Synthetic fiber rugs such as polyester or polypropylene are very resistant and easy to keep clean, so in addition to regular vacuuming them, you can wipe them with a cloth moistened with warm water and neutral soap, always taking care not to soak them too much.

The carpet of vegetable fibers as Hemp or coconut is advisable to vacuum twice a week and in case they are very dirty clean them dry using a powder detergent indicated for this type of carpets and let it act and then vacuum it.

It is very important to follow the instructions of the manufacturers of cleaning products and not to apply them if you are not sure, it is also advisable to always do the test in a corner or an inconspicuous part of the carpet and make sure that the result is the desired and that the color of the carpet remains intact.

Use an absorbent, clean, and an undyed cotton cloth or a blotting paper taking care not to soak the carpet, and begin cleaning at the outer edge and in a circular motion towards the center.

The application of appropriate foam (always read the manufacturer’s instructions) when wet is the ideal cleaning method, keep in mind that once the carpet has been applied and cleaned, the drying time is as important as the cleaning itself.

In the case of using quick-drying foams, let it dry completely until it turns into a powder before brushing and vacuuming.

In case of frequent cleaning, it is advisable to use a cleaning spray.

Never use alkaline detergents as they can damage the carpet.

Never step on or cover the carpet until it is completely dry, brushed, and vacuumed.


When any liquid is spilled it is very important to clean it before it dries, for this we will use a cloth or absorbent paper and press on the spilled liquid to absorb as much as possible, being careful not to spread the stain.

For semi-solid or greasy stains, use a spoon or the back of a knife to remove all possible residue and then rub from the edge towards the center of the stain.

When the stain is resistant, takes time, or has already penetrated, it is necessary to apply solvents or neutral detergent. In these cases, remember to strictly follow the manufacturer’s instructions and never apply more than the indicated amount. Never apply solvents to latex-backed or rubber-backed carpets


Mud: in this case, it is better to let the stain dry and then scrape it off and finally apply water with ammonia (approximately one tablespoon per liter).

Red wine: remove immediately with absorbent paper or cloth by pressing on the stain, apply lemon juice, and then rinse with a damp cloth.

Grease: Apply benzol and talcum powder covering the stain with blotting paper. If acting quickly apply a hot iron using tissue paper.

Alcoholic beverages, coffee, soft drinks, blood? €? Use blotting paper to absorb as much as possible and then apply a solution of water with neutral detergent and white vinegar, rub in circular movements, and let dry. If the stain persists apply the dry solvent and lets it dry again. Finally, brush the carpet.

Inks: Remove all possible ink with absorbent paper and then apply water with lemon juice. Finally, apply alcohol to the stain and rinse with a damp cloth.

Chocolate: Apply a solution of water with a neutral detergent and, if the stain persists, rinse with a little alcohol.

Glues: It is important to follow the instructions of the glue manufacturer. If this is not possible, we will try it with hot water or acetone.

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