Pets and Carpets
One of the reasons some homeowners refuse to use carpets on their floors is because they have pets. It may call for additional work to maintain your carpeted floor looking tidy and smelling good when you have pets in your home.
It’s not that pets and carpets don’t go well together – you can still have both.
Here are some tips you may find useful in keeping your carpets clean even when you have furry friends living with you:
Vacuuming regularly would go a long way in keeping your carpets free from pet hair and other dirt particles your pet may have brought in. Keeping your couches or sofas clean and pet hair-free as well can help. Pet hairs on your furniture may be transferred to your carpeted floors.
If you have never considered using runners or area rugs, this may be the right time to try one. Use area rugs on the places where your pet usually stays to add more protection to your carpet.
When your pet is a dog that usually wanders around outdoors, chances are they would have dirty, muddy paws when they get back in. You can prepare a rug you could use to wipe the paws of your pet before they enter your home to get rid of mud or dirt.
If you have pets living with you, it could be inevitable for them to accidentally pee on your carpeted floors every once in a while. You can apply baking soda on the area where your pet had an accident and use a vacuum to clean it up. However, if you know there is a significant amount of urine on your carpet, it may be time to call a professional carpet cleaning service near you.
Having a rowdy pet is something that some of us come across, too. If you have pets that are a bit uncontrollable when it comes to your carpet, you might as well keep them in an un-carpeted area in your home.
Above all, pet or no pet, you have to have your carpet thoroughly cleaned by an expert carpet cleaner service at least once per year.
Having pets while having carpeted floors can be tricky, but not impossible.
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