Use a shop vac for deep cleaning your carpet
While regular stick vacs are great for everyday cleaning, you need to bring out the big guns for getting tough stains out of the carpet.
Yes, I’m talking about a shop vac.
If you don’t have a shop vac at home, don’t worry, as there are many rental options available. Alternatively, you can buy a shop vac if your carpet is prone to staining due to heavy traffic in the house.
Now that that’s settled, let’s discuss how to clean your carpet using a shop vac. I admit that a shop vac may be intimidating for people who’re used to working with handheld vacuums, but using it isn’t as hard as it seems.
Here are the things you need for removing a carpet stain using a shop vac.
Step by Step Instructions
Before beginning, make sure to plug the shop vac as close to the stain as possible.
Read the instructions on the detergent packaging to use it properly. Take a scrub brush and scrub the carpet in a circular motion to loosen the stain.
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If you’ve never used a shop vac before, it may take you a while to get used to it as operating a wet-dry vac is slightly different than an upright vac. However, follow the instructions correctly, and you won’t have any trouble.
Here are some tips to make the process easier.
Getting your carpets professionally cleaned every time there’s a pet accident, or you spill your coffee is not only a burden on your wallet but can also reduce the carpet’s lifespan.
Instead, you can use a shop vac to get rid of tough stains. If you can’t afford to buy one, rent a wet-dry vacuum every few weeks to give your carpet a thorough cleaning.
Now, it’s time for you to try this method and tell me the following:
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