Keep New Carpets Fluffy

How to Keep New Carpets Fluffy?


by Ultra Shine Cleaning Services



You might be missing the soft comfort of your carpet which you felt when you got them newly installed. Due to high foot traffic, your carpets undergo wear and tear and their pile becomes thin and hard as it loses its smoothness.

Despite getting into such a condition, the best part is that you can retain the fluffiness of your carpets by trying a few methods mentioned in this blog.

7 Ways to Make your New Carpets Fluffy

1. Vacuuming

Vacuum your rugs regularly to maintain their fluffiness. Vacuuming removes the dirt and debris and lets the carpet fibers stand out and fluff up.

Choose proper vacuum cleaners that are suitable for your carpet fabric. You should vacuum your carpets once or twice a week.

2. Raking and Grooming

Use carpet rakes after you finish vacuuming the carpets. These rakes will allow you to thoroughly clean the fibers of the carpet that might be left uncleaned after just vacuuming.

Grooming the carpets will prevent them from debris entering and sticking to them.

3. Use Melting Ice

Your carpets might have faced some dents that are supposed to get removed as they might have flattened the carpet. Thus, to remove marks from the carpets, place ice cubes on the carpet, and allow it to melt completely.

Blot it with a clean cloth. After getting dried, use your fingers, the edge of a spoon/fork, or a soft brush to fluff back the carpets.

4. Spray Water and Vinegar Solution

Prepare a solution of water and vinegar, then spray it on the carpets. This is considered the easiest and safest method to clean your carpet. After spraying, blot it with a clean dry cloth gently without causing any damage to the fibers.

This solution allows the removal of the dirt from the carpet fibers and untangled the fibers that have faced wear and tear due to regular high foot traffic areas. Spring up the carpet straight again using a spoon and make it fluffy.

5. Sprinkle Baking Soda

Another method that can be used is sprinkling baking soda or adding salt to baking soda and allowing it to set entirely into the carpet fibers.

Let it stay for a couple of hours and then vacuum the carpet thoroughly. Brush the carpet fibers to make sure no particles are left behind and then fluff the fibers up.

6. Try a Blow Dryer

Spray some amount of water on the carpet and avoid making it fully wet as it might damage the fabric.

Move the blow dryer in a forward and backward direction to heat and dry the carpet. Apart from that you can also deep clean the carpet and after cleaning, use fingers or a soft brush to turn the carpet fluffy.

7. Professional Cleaning

After trying all these methods to keep new carpets fluffy, hiring a professional for the same is the best option for you to choose.

Professionals deep clean the carpets and retain their initial fluffiness without causing any damage to the same. Getting your new carpets professionally cleaned once or twice a year will hold their original state.


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