Carpet Cleaner | Episode 497 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaner | Episode 497 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:00)
Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet and join us today on the carpet DM podcast where we talk about everything. Carpet. I know you’re thinking, wow, this is going to be amazing. This is going to be an awesome time. I’ve waited patiently for a time of work where I could just get the knowledge that I really needed about carpet. I mean, I know that it’s pressing really the top of mind for everyone. Just wondering what on earth could I learn about fiber, about glue, about, about backings, about uh, care, control, about stretching and patching and about priests, treatments about extractions, about no chemicals being left in my fibers, in carpets. You think this would just, if only someone could talk to me for an extended period of time about this particular topic, this would make my day. Now, obviously I know that nobody in their right mind is thinking this is an entertaining and enjoyable subject, so thus I must make it as absurd and ridiculous as possible so that you can catch the idea without having to just fall asleep from Bordeaux. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (01:06)
And this is definitely one of those things where you could listen to a podcast on carpet and just put yourself straight out. It would lay you out, so to speak. But there are things that are important that if you understand the why it does happen with your carpet, it makes it so that you would change up, drop it, change all of your lifestyle. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa is in our fibers. But it does help to extend because this makes a tremendous impact into your pocket book. It’s one of those few things where you can save a tremendous amount of money by just being, but changing. A few slight habits in the things that you do is a habit that we’re gonna talk about today is vacuum. It’s the thing that we all hated as a kid. I mean, mom would just bring up the topic of, she like, well, you know, kids, uh, it’s been a little while since we’ve done any vacuum kids. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (01:55)
Where are your kids? Where have you, where did my kids go? Like we we could like somehow we would feel that the pole of mom’s thoughts before she even thought that there she is thinking about vacuuming. Her mind was giving this slight slight vibration off to everyone. We knew that she was thinking about somehow a form of some type of a suction, vacuuming, cleaning like a cleaning aura comes over. Everyone knows that cleaning or that your mom gets is that time where she comes in and all of a sudden she starts noticing stuff that she didn’t use to notice. Oh my look at that layer of dust, like something that never really runs off the tip of a man’s tongue ever is. Look at that layer of dust right there, that layer of dust because he wasn’t noticing the layer of dust that’s built up right there and as soon as you hear mom you knew as soon as your mom or husband’s soon did, they hear their wife mentioned and they kind of like, they’ll be walking along and they’ll take their finger and they’ll run it along something and you’re like, Oh, Oh no, she’s, she’s checking. Your Tulsa Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (02:54)
She’s checking to see whether her environment is properly done or if you’ve ever been a your first kid, especially with your first one, second and third, but the fourth kid you kind of just like, I don’t know if as long as I’ll check on them like weekly, as long as they’re pretty sure they’re still breathing. But the first kid you’re like, everything has to be perfectly and spotless and lovely. And then she hits that nesting phase before she’s going to get birth and then everything in the house all of a sudden somehow is going to end the life of every child ever brought into existence. And this baby will not be even, she won’t even allow her body to give birth unless this house somehow is changed into a format that she can properly leave her Bay, bring her baby into this world, through this particular house. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (03:36)
Otherwise you’re going to just have to build a new house from the sticks up. And so we run into that scenario, run into that space and time where she starts noticing it and we’ve all immediately been, it’s almost ingrained into us as a kid from early on. We know that when there is cleaning that is about to happen, we quickly just disappear, kind of like shining a light and all the little cockroaches of disappear out into the darkness. We don’t, we just vanished. You’re like, that’s weird. I could have swore there’s a house full of people and as soon as I touched the vacuum, they all just vanished and disappeared. And it’s because we all D universally don’t like to vacuum. There was a few unicorn weirdos who do enjoy the sound of the vacuum, the buzz of the vacuum, the way the pile kind of gets picked up and done. Your Tulsa Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (04:20)
And I, and I, I’m commensurate, I kind of feel the, uh, um, comradery with people like that because I do, I enjoy cleaning carpet. It’s maybe because I’ve just done it for so long that you eventually, you know, gotten used to it or it becomes this natural cathartic release for me. It’s like people who go jogging. I don’t understand. People who were jogging. I go jogging and my feet hurt. I can jog. I don’t have, I’m not physically incapable of jogging, but I choose not do because it just, it’s, it’s tiring. It wears me out. I am out of breath. My feet hurt now. Not because that’s just walking up from my couch to try to get to the, to the refrigerator. But when we’re dealing with things that are important to the financial cost of our home, we need to take a different approach to it. Tulsa’s Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (05:07)
So I want to give you a different approach. You’ve listened to all these podcasts, you’re like, why did I grind through this podcast for nothing? No. Here’s your something. This is your, something that you need that you listened to this whole podcast for is that I am empowering you that twice a week you should spend about 90 seconds vacuuming and you’re like, what on earth can I do in 90 seconds and well, how on earth would that help my carpets to be able to be done better? And I want to empower you that for 90 seconds, for a total of three minutes a week, that you grabbed the vacuum and you vacuum the first five or 10 feet coming into the house from any source of dirt. Now source of dirt will be a garage, the front door, the back door, anywhere that are maybe from the kitchen, anywhere that dirt can come from. Your Tulsa Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (05:48)
And the carpet is the first place that will knock the dirt off your feet. If you vacuum that out, which should take you 90 seconds maximum. Have you vacuumed first five feet. Pretend that the first five feet into your house is an entry mat. It is a wastebasket. It is a place that knocks the dirt off of your feet so that, um, the rest of the house doesn’t get it to spread into the rest of the area. And if you vacuum that little area, then next thing you know, you will be able to, um, contain the dirt from ever getting to the rest of the house. Now, so once a month you go through all the rest of the house and you vacuum that it doesn’t need to be done. You don’t have to back him the whole house weekly, you don’t have to vacuum all the different rooms cause there’s a, there’s a room upstairs that nobody has been in in a month. Your Tulsa Carpet Cleaner.