Carpet can be really tricky sometimes, especially if made out of certain fabrics that can be sensitive or very hard to clean. I have decided to give you some examples of fabrics that you can try and clean yourself, but for more stubborn stains, I recommend some cleaning services.
Wool, for example, can be a really nice fabric, especially if you are only trying to keep it clean, by vacuuming and regular cleaning. It is suitable for transition areas, because of its resistance, but the cleaning may be a little tricky if you don’t have experience.
Synthetic fabrics are more resistant to aggressive carpet cleaning and also to stains, therefore you could clean them yourself. Pay attention though not to place them in transitioned areas because they disintegrate rather quickly if they are stepped on too many times. Keep them for the rooms you don’t go in too much.
I know cleaning you own carpets can be time consuming, but if you don’t have the time, feel free to take it to carpet cleaning, or to call in some carpet cleaning people to do it for you, in exchange of a little, but correct fee.
However, if you try and remove a stain, remember a few steps before doing anything. First, tap over the stain with a dry towel or napkin, in order to absorb as much dirt as possible. Also, do not rub the stain because it will spread and make a bigger mess than the original. Try using some dish washing detergent, it is less invasive but also really effective.
On the other hand if you don’t feel like cleaning up the carpets, just call in carpet cleaning services that will make your carpets both comfortable and clean again.