In addition to ordinary carpets, maybe you also have thick fluffy rugs in your minimalist home. This carpet is not only softer and softer but also more comfortable to use as a sitting mat, even as a place to lie down in front of the TV. But it must be admitted, fur carpet care is more troublesome than ordinary carpets. And to prevent it from getting damp and moldy, consider the following cleaning services method.
Clean with a soft brush
For daily maintenance, you can simply shake the fur rug outside to remove the dust. Or use a soft brush to wash the fur rug so that all the dirt falls off.
Dry the carpet
Don’t forget to dry the carpet at least once a week to get rid of bacteria and germs. Drying the carpet will also prevent the carpet from becoming damp and smelling bad.
Use a vacuum cleaner
Vacuuming should be done on both sides. But for the top of the hairy part, it’s best to cover it with a cloth so that the vacuum cleaner straw does not damage the fur. Then vacuum the bottom of the carpet without covering it with a cloth.
Remove stains with vinegar and baking soda
To get rid of stains on the carpet, you can use vinegar mixed with baking soda and water and then clean it slowly. The reason is, fur rugs tend to be sensitive, and if the type of detergent is harsh enough the risk of shedding hairs on the carpet. It is safer if you wash it using a detergent for baby clothes. Or if you don’t have the energy and time to wash it, leave it to a carpet cleaning service.
Use baby powder and baking soda
If there is an unpleasant smell on the carpet, sprinkle the carpet with baby powder or you can also use baking soda. Leave it for 12 hours so that the aroma is absorbed by this powder or baking soda. After that, clean the remaining powder with a soft brush or use a vacuum cleaner.