Carpet cleaning is done mainly to get rid of dirt

Carpet cleaning is done mainly to get rid of dirt, stains, and allergens in carpets. Most common methods used for carpet cleaning include dry-clean, hot water extraction, and steam cleaning. Dry cleaning involves spraying a cleaning solution into the carpet fibers using a vacuum cleaner. Hot water extraction uses warm water from a carpet cleaning machine to extract dirt and clean the fibers. Steam cleaning uses water from a steam cleaning unit under pressure to wash and clean carpets thoroughly.


Carpets have a deep down ability to absorb dirt and stains. Over time, if the carpets are not regularly cleaned, they will collect dirt and microorganisms that can cause health problems. Vacuuming regularly will help to get rid of the dirt that has already been absorbed by the carpet fibers.

If you do not want to buy new carpet, there are other effective cleaning methods that are cheaper and less time consuming. One way to keep the house dirt free is to prevent wearing shoes on the barefoot. Wearing new socks instead of sneakers can avoid dirt from getting embedded in the sole of your shoes. Another is to rub baking soda in the mud and stains on your shoes, this is an easy and cheap way to get rid of the mud stains that stick on your shoes.