What Not To Do When Deep Cleaning
Posted on 9/29/2015
by BISSELL Rental
Categories: How to Clean Carpets
There’s been a lot of talk about what to do when deep cleaning: how to use the machine, which type of carpet cleaning formula is the best for your needs, how to remove stains, the list could go on and on! But today let’s focus on the opposite: what NOT to do!
1. Not Deep Cleaning At All
Okay, this one is pretty obvious, but the biggest deep cleaning mistake you can make is to not deep clean at all! The benefits of deep cleaning are pretty obvious:
Helps remove allergens, dirt and stains you can’t reach with normal vacuuming
Keeps your carpet looking newer for longer
Help protect your carpet from future stains when using a formula with Scotchgard™ Protector like BISSELL Advanced Clean and Protect
Deep cleaning your carpets twice a year, more if you have allergies, pets and kids or in high-traffic areas. This will help keep the job manageable and ensure you see all of the benefits year-round.
2. Not Using BISSELL Formulas with BISSELL Machines
People are sometimes surprised to find that all carpet cleaning rental machines do not use the same cleaning technology. BISSELL deep cleaning formulas were specifically designed for use in the BISSELL Big Green Deep Cleaning Machine®. These formulas work with the machine to deliver the best clean. In many ways, using the right cleaning formula is as important as choosing the right machine. Additionally, using the right formula will ensure you don’t damage the machine and/or your carpet.
3. Not Using the Machine Properly
Make sure you read and follow the instructions on the machine. Doing so will ensure you get the best clean and help avoid damage to your carpet and home. If you’re still concerned about how to use the machine properly, you can view a number of “how-to” videos on our website. If you have any trouble you can always contact our deep cleaning experts for advice and support.
4. Not Staying in Touch!
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