Cats are very clean creatures but every now and then you’ll stumble upon the problem of cat hair stuck in your carpet. It doesn’t matter how much you brush your pet it’s unavoidable that your carpet will suffer from the “extra hair problem”. If you don’t have one of those expensive vacuum cleaners here is some advice for you.
When carpet cleaning is mentioned you have to know that you can turn to any cleaning agency that you want. But if you want to do it yourself maybe you’ll find this advice useful.
First you need to get the proper tools for the job. They include a sponge mop, a common vacuum cleaner and a spray bottle filed with water. You begin with vacuuming the carpet thoroughly. After that spray the mop with water but don’t overdo it, just get it mildly wet. Gently move the mop across the carpet so it can dampen the hair and it can clump. Afterwards you can pick it by hand or vacuum it.
If you have bad odour coming out of your carpet you can try to freshen it up with baking soda. Sprinkle the carpet so you cover the whole surface with baking soda. Wait for 15 minutes or so and vacuum afterwards. This will not only make you carpet clean and germ free, but it will also smell great.
And last but not least, if you are really up for physical challenge you can put on rubber gloves and pick the hairs from the carpet. Also a funny method is to find a balloon and rub it across the carpet. The static electricity will pick up the hair quite nice.
But if you don’t want to bother with pet hair you can call a cleaning company London that will save you the time of crouching on your carpet.