EVERYONE KNOWS HOW TO VACUUM CARPET, BUT ARE YOU DOING IT RIGHT?
Before you jump in your car, drive over to or Head Office and smack me over the head with your vacuum cleaner spout - just hear me out. Yes, you have vacuumed your carpets more often than I have had cooked dinners, but between myself and the rest of the team I think we have you covered.
The one thing that we have seen is that our customers are very diligent in going backwards and forwards with the vacuum head, but to get the maximum impact you need to go North, South, then East and West. It makes immediate sense now that I've said it right? Dirt and grime can hide in a 360 degree angle around the carpet fibre so going backwards and forwards some grime is protected by the underside of the fibre. Work the room north to south, then once complete rotate 90 degrees and repeat the clean East to West.
Yes, we’ve doubled your work, but your carpets will repay you with years of extra life.
For more great tips visit www.drytron.com.au. Of course, if you need to get the carpet cleaning experts in to get your carpet, upholstery and rugs looking their best, simply give us a call in the Drytron Customer Care Centre on 13 12 50.
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When using any cleaning agent on your carpet test on a small, inconspicuous part first. This is to ensure the cleaning agent doesn’t discolor your carpet or have an unexpected reaction. Whilst general advice has been offered, no responsibility is accepted for claims arising from treatment proposed due to variances on the extent of the problem and steps taken previously to treat the problem which are out of our control. If general advice treatment fails call your Drytron Technician immediately. Drytron have access to industrial strength products and machines that the average consumer doesn't have lying around the house. Carpet is a big investment, and playing with some risky home remedies, solvent products and detergents can have unintended consequences. Simply put, some stains are better removed by carpet cleaning professionals.