Nothing in your home gets more wear and tear than your floors. And carpeting is the ultimate collector of dirt, dust and more. To ensure your home remains clean and your carpets last, you should be vacuuming high traffic areas several times a week!
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If you’re not sure what type of vacuum to use, we’ve got a page full of recommendations for what professional cleaners use to tackle their clients’ homes. Want to save 20% of your time vacuuming? Follow this one rule: plug the vacuum in once and vacuum the
If you have wood or other hard-surface floors in rooms besides the kitchen and bathrooms, and if you have one or more dust bunnies of any species, you should own a dust mop. (Kitchen and bathroom floors should be wet-mopped.) The floor attachment to a vacuum does
Whether you have hardwood, laminate, carpet, concrete, or tile floors, you’ll want to know how to do the best job you can maintaining them. Here, we have a list for any floor type so you can easily read about how to clean and maintain your floors. Carpets:
Let’s hear it for vacuum lines in your carpet! Oh, they look so nice. Or the absence of dust bunnies floating across your tile. Nice! But if your vacuum is clogged with who-knows-what, it shoots dust out the sides when you turn it on, and it fills