Would you drive your car for 100,000 miles without changing the oil?

By November 19, 2012Uncategorized

Would you drive your car for 100,000 miles without changing the oil? Of course you wouldn’t. To keep your engine in good working order, you change the oil and do a tune up once and a while, right? Your automobile is a significant purchase and you want to maintain that investment.

Your carpet is the same way. In fact, your flooring in general represents a significant investment and needs to be maintained properly. What are the warrantee requirements? How often should carpet be cleaned? What are some of the things you should avoid?

CHECK YOUR WARENTY

  1. VACUUM, VACUUM, VACUUM
  2. HAVE YOUR CARPETS PROFESSIONLY CLEANED
  3. REMOVE SPOTS IMMEDIATELY
  4. HAVE CARPET PROTECTOR

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  • Antonia says:

    I have been looking at caeprt cleaners for a few months. Based on reviews, I wasn’t too sure I could find a good product at a decent price, since I didn’t want to break the bank. I found this item at Target, and based on my experience with Bissell vacuums, decided to give it a chance. It assembled pretty easily, and seems pretty solid. It did a very nice job on lifting dirt from an alabaster caeprt and darker entry caeprt, neither of which had been cleaned in nearly two years. I found the upholstery tool to work very well on higher traffic areas that didn’t respond well to the pushing the machine over it. Overall, I am quite happy with this item.

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