Rug Doctor

How often should I clean my carpet?


Double the life of your carpets with a regular deep down clean using the Rug Doctor carpet cleaning machine - it's that easy!


Vacuuming is simply not enough, all carpets should be deep cleaned at least every twelve months.


A thorough deep cleaning not only rejuvenates the look of your carpet - making it smell fresh and clean - it also reduces wear to the pile and thereby extends its life. It's a known fact that a beautiful, clean-looking carpet can hide as much as 1lb (0.5kg) of dirt per sq.yd (1 sq.m).

The damaging effects of dirt


Your beautiful carpet is harmed mostly by what you cannot see. The deep down grit and dirt wears away any stain-resistance and cuts at carpet fibres when they are walked on or in those areas where children frequently play on. High-traffic paths in your home will flatten and mat over time because of this fibre abrasion which, if not deep cleaned and revived, can eventually lead to fibre loss.

Regular cleaning for your home and for your health


For most carpets the best cleaning comes from hot water extraction as used by the Rug Doctor. It is the method recommended by most major carpet manufacturers and used by professional carpet cleaning services. Continued, regular deep-cleaning not only removes allergens, dirt and grime but can add years of life to your carpet by removing the abrasive grit that harms carpet fibres.

The Rug Doctor has all the power to go deep into the carpet pile and extract the grit and dirt that a vacuum cleaner leaves behind

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