Setting a consistent curtain cleaning routine is very important for a lot of reasons. Lots of people have various kinds of allergies and really do need to keep the dirt and dust to a minimum. If you fall into this category, make sure you vacuum many times each week. It's also advisable to shampoo your curtains at the minimum of two times a year. There are different ways to keep your curtains clean and dirt/dust free, and we will share some good tips with you in this article.
In order to properly clean your curtains, you need to take into consideration the depth of the curtain's fibers. Ignoring this factor may cause consequences that will cause damage to your curtain, leading to replacement. Besides, the chances are that you won't get your curtain thoroughly clean and it will still have embedded dirt in the fibers. Undoubtedly, if your curtains are of the low-cut pile variety, they will clean up easier. Shag curtains, and others with long fibers, are mainly what we are concerned with. Take the time to thoroughly vacuum any curtain that you plan to clean if the pile is long. When your curtain is subject to a lot of traffic on a daily basis, it's always a good idea to vacuum more often than once or twice a week.
If you have pets that come indoors, you probably already know how hard it is to clean the stains they cause, especially urine. When this happens, you have to swing into action as fast as you can because you do not want the urine to soak in and dry However, sometimes quick action isn't possible if you aren't there when it happens. There are products available specifically for cleaning up pet urine spots. The ones that are the most popular are those that are enzyme-based and formulated specifically for pet stains. On the internet are some good home remedies and the one that a lot of people like uses peroxide and baking soda.
Everyone's home is different, and your floor and rug maintenance procedures will depend on what's in your home. You will have a bigger cleaning job, and will have to clean more often, if your household includes pets such as birds, dogs, or cats. Pets such as these have what's called "dander" and they shed it constantly. It is just a natural part of their coats and feathers, and it is much like dust and can actually aggravate allergies. With pets, it's necessary to do things a little differently when you clean your rugs. More frequent vacuuming will help, and you must make an effort to vacuum up as much dander as possible. You may even find that doing this twice a week may be necessary to keep your home free from excess dander.
We think much about curtain cleaning is common sense, and you just need to think about what is really going on with your curtaining. Not terribly interesting, but if you want to preserve your curtaining and health, then give it some thought. The way to make your curtains are easier to clean, and to maintain their cleanliness, is to make sure you thoroughly vacuum them one or more times each and every week.