What is the best to clean your carpet to remove deep down dirt.
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Consider tearing out your carpet and installing hardwood or tile. Carpet contains many chemical ingredients that are released into the air. These chemicals can have health consequences.
Carpeting is nasty. Rip it out.
But, if you insist on keeping it.
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your question has to do with deep down dirt, not stain removal, right? Therefore the only way to get dirt from the base of the fibers is through hot water extraction (steam cleaning), using heat, specialty chemicals, agitation, and enough time for the chemicals to emulsify the grease and dirts. As for getting it out of the pad.. I guess I'd have to say there isn't a very easy way. hot water extraction removes a little, but only a little. But I suppose it isn't doing much harm there, is it?
Get it cleaned professionally. They use a very powerful hot water extraction machine which removes deeply embedded dirt.
steam carpet cleaning is the best way to remove deep down dirt. In addition to this, try baking soda for the occasional 'spots' on a carpet.
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