Wool Carpet Care Tips

Fort Worth Wool Carpet Care Tips

One of the most critical areas of good carpet maintenance is the quick removal of spots and spills. It is of utmost importance to act quickly and efficiently when anything is dropped or spilled, and to always have the appropriate cleaning materials close at hand. Chem-Dry by Dan Derby servicing the homes and businesses of Fort Worth, TX uses special professional cleaning agents specifically designed for use with your valuable wool carpets.

Frequent vacuuming is a wool carpet’s best friend.

  • An upright vacuum with a beater bar/brush is the best type for cut pile carpet. A suction-only vacuum may be required for loop pile Berber carpets to prevent any excessive fuzzing from occurring. Remember to empty your vacuum cleaner dust bag when its half full to prevent any excess dust particles from escaping and landing onto your carpets.
  • Practice prevention maintenance by placing absorbent rugs and mats at the most frequently used entrances to your Fort Worth, TX home. Wash or change these rugs and mats when they become soiled and dirty. The filters in your heating and air conditioning systems should be regularly changed to maximize the amount of dust and dirt particles that are removed by the filter, allowing fewer of them to fall onto your carpets.
  • Periodically clean heavily used traffic lanes and the areas in front of frequently used sofas and chairs.
  • Keep absorbent cloths or paper towels and effective cleaning solutions on hand for quick responses to accidents and spills.
  • DO NOT apply stain repellent treatments which contain any silicone as they tend to accelerate carpet soiling. (Some carpet manufacturers do not accept responsibility for complaints where such treatments have been used.) When having your wool carpets professionally cleaned by the experts at Chem-Dry by Dan Derby in Fort Worth, TX, ask about our Wool Safe® products and how they can benefit the wool carpets in your Fort Worth, TX home.
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