Port Wallpaper

All About Home Decor Tips


The Pets and the Right Kind of Carpet Cleaning

The 25 Best Pet Carpet Cleaners of 2020 - Pet Life Today

Keep the carpet clean, especially if our little ones play on it, is necessary for our health. But with animals in the home this is not always easy. Although cats and dogs are the most common, ferrets, rabbits, piglets are also kept as pets. In general, many animals that we adore but that give us the odd headache with the hair they shed.

Hair animals tend to spread them around the house, and that can be a problem to maintain hygiene at home. In the case of rugs, there are solutions for everything. Today we will see that it is feasible to have animals with hair and clean carpets. You can get the best carpet shampooer for pets there now.

Brushing our pets

One of the drawbacks of animal hair, as well as the possible mites or dust that they carry, is that it gradually falls throughout the house. Hence, it is worth brushing our pets with some frequency always with specialized brushes recommended by veterinarians or animal experts.

This brushing should be done (obviously) away from the rugs. And if possible on a white floor and where sweeping is easy. All the hair about to fall that we brush will be one less of a headache when we clean our carpet. The hairs tend to stick to tissues, knot and be difficult to remove.

Special care with dogs

Cats are cleaner, but dogs act like large doormats that sweep through your home and sometimes the street too. As much as we clean the carpet (we will discuss how) they will leave much more than hair on it.

Dog and carpet hairs

Dogs carry dust from all over the house, dirt from the street, and even moisture if they have stepped in puddles, rolled in the grass, or it rained.

Frequent sweeping of the house helps to prevent dogs from spreading the dust on the carpet (where it sets easily). When dogs enter the house from the street, it is advisable to clean their paws with some water, wet wipes or simply a brush to remove debris from the floor that usually remains between the fingers. And if it has rained, it will be advisable to dry them in the bathroom or kitchen (with tiled floors) before letting them roam around the house.

How to clean the carpet if you live with an animal

First of all, before shaking or washing the carpet, it is worth airing it a bit without hitting it. Just lift it from the corners and drop the hairs. The reason is that if we shake it or moisten it we will be helping the hairs to fixate to the fabric. We want just the opposite.

Using the vacuum cleaner

Vacuum to remove hair works well 50% of the time or with 50% of the hairs. The problem is that by the time we vacuum the hairs have already been fixed on the carpet. However, it will be ideal to give a first review and remove as much hair and dirt as we can.

Theirs, if we have pets, is to vacuum a couple of times a week at least. It is time that will vary depending on the type of pet or its hair. For example, a wool dog is not the same as a boxer.

Using pieces of foam rubber

Foam rubber has many uses, and one of them is to trap dirt thanks to its surface properties. With a small piece (it is enough that it fits in our hand) we can pass it on the carpet by pressing slightly.

Oliver Beau Martinez: Oliver, a home security expert, provides recommendations on security systems, safety tips, and ways to make homes more secure.