How to Clean Your Carpet Edges

Picture this: you move into a new home, and all is fine and dandy for the first few months. Eventually, the carpet needs cleaning, as the dust and dirt always build up. But then you notice that the dirtiest part of the carpet is actually in the corners and edges of the room. No matter how hard you try, it won’t budge – so what do we do from here on out?

Carpet Mud Stains Removal

When it comes to weather, the UK is like a constant pool party – it’s wet all the time. So essentially a day not spent skipping in the mud is a day spent abroad. And of course, the inevitable consequences are that sooner or later, mud gets on your carpets.

How to disinfect your carpet

Carpeting is, undoubtedly, the most demanding flooring type in terms of care. Only hoovering it will not be enough to retain its beauty and structure for long. Point being, if you have or plan on having carpets installed in your home, you’d best learn how to properly clean and disinfect them.

How to Remove Gum from Carpet

Known as the calling card of bratty teens and ex-smokers, bubble gum is beloved by many people worldwide. Personally, as I was both of those (a certain Mark Twain quote comes to mind regarding smoking), I sure do love gum. The only occasion on which I hate it is when I see I’ve managed to somehow get a piece stuck on my carpet fibres. But that’s fine, let me hold your hand through the guide on how to deal with it!

How to Remove Mould from Carpet

Picture this: you wake up one day and you have a running nose, red eyes, or sneeze often. You go to the doctor for a check-up and oddly enough, nothing is wrong. You come home after work, go to bed, and all is fine. But the next day, you wake up with the same issue – déj? vu or a bad dream? Neither seems to be the case, but you can tell there’s a smell, and when you snoop around, you find out it’s coming from the carpet. Uh oh, what are these ugly stains and why is the smell so bad? The carpet diagnosis is: you have a mould problem.

How to remove mattress stains

The best way to deal with mattress stains is to not let them happen in the first place. However, with kids and pets running around the house, that’s easier said than done. And while it may be tempting to call in professionals, in reality, most mattress stains can be removed with natural products you already have lying around at your home.