Posted on: 5 September 2015
If you're going to take the time to shampoo your carpet, you want to make sure as much dirt as possible is removed from the process. Here are four strategies to ensure that your carpet emerges remarkably clean after your next DIY shampooing session with a home carpet shampooer machine.
Use a cleaning solution made specifically for your shampooer.
Carpet shampooers typically have one reservoir for the shampoo, and a second one for water. They mix the shampoo and water together in a specific ratio. Thus, if you buy a shampoo made from a different
Give the water time to get hot.
Most carpet shampooers heat the water before injecting it into the carpet, since warmer water is better at extracting dirt. However, it takes the heating elements in the shampooer some time to heat up. Turn on your shampooer, and let it heat for a while before you start using it, so you're not putting lukewarm or cold water onto your carpet. Your
Go over your
The dirt in your carpet gets mixed into the water your shampooer ejects
Wipe off the bottom of your shampooer periodically.
The bottom of carpet shampooers can get grimy as you work, and that dirt
With the tips above, you can get a carpet remarkably clean with a home shampooing system. Remember, also, that the better quality