Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 423 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 423 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:01)
Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet. I want to talk to you this time, this episode about the importance of vacuuming your carpet. We all know that we should, but most of us forget to do it. And so sometimes knowing what you should do and doing what you should do are two different things. A lot of times I’ve found when you’re teaching somebody to do something that if you just tell them what they’re supposed to do, um, they don’t do it. That’s Mo mainly because it doesn’t mean anything to them. Uh, if I said, uh, I need you to push on this thing, you may or may not push on the thing, but after I had told you, if you take your button off this thing that your mother, your father is going to die, you would have a sense of urgency never to let go of that thing because you’re saving somebody’s life. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (00:47)
You know somebody with a gunshot wound, I need you to put pressure here so they don’t bleed out and do not leave his side and till we could get him stabilized. You won’t leave aside because you realize what I’m doing is it matters. It’s super important that it has value to it. And I think when we talk about the thing that we are wanting to do in our lives or find the thing that we need to get accomplished, having value or having a reason or purpose for it and really helps us do a coalesce behind the idea that we’re going to do so that we can get behind it and start doing it from this point forward. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 when we’re talking about back humane, it’s one of those things it’s like yes you vacuum. Okay great. You know you pick IAA, what are we going to do next?
Speaker 1: (01:29)
You know like vacuum. He doesn’t really register cause it doesn’t seem to matter that much. Especially with carpet. Now on wood or tile, it’s pretty easy cause as you walk across this carpet or those, you don’t really notice all of the debris that’s in the carpet. But when you walk across border tile, you will immediately feel that grit, the grime, the crunchiness, especially if you’re in socks or bare feet. Let’s say you ended up sweeping or mopping or dusting. The floor is more off of hard surfaces. Easy cause there’s nothing to hide the stuff. Your floors are like different size or style. Wastebaskets hardwood floors are like a little a ashtray but a little bit in there but you’re not getting too far and it’s going to be full. Uh, your tile can go a little bit farther because it’s got more little kind of some Hills and valleys.
Speaker 1: (02:17)
Whereas carpet is like a, you know, a big kitchen trash bag with, you know, lots of room to hold a lot of stuff before you’ve noticed that it’s getting dirty. So typically if you notice drive and debris on your carpet, it’s really impactful because there’s a lot of spaces between the carpet fibers that the dirt and debris can get into before it will sit on top of. Uh, the, one of the things that I think is important is also to know where your sources of dirt are coming. But before we get into all of the, the, what you could do and how you could maintain it, I think you should go back to the previous part of why. Why do you need to vacuum your apartment? Uh, on a very simple side, you need to vacuum the carpet because you want to keep it clean.
Speaker 1: (02:57)
But what does keeping your clean, keeping your carpet clean really do in the long run? If you took your hands together, we give this example when we’re talking to our customers, carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 and given this example thousands and thousands of times, is when we are there at a job. We will tell people, if you take your hands together, you’re sitting in front of the vine. Let’s say. It’s just a nice, cool brisk day and you’re outside kind of like a nice ball. You’re wanting to try to get, take the chill off. It’s just cool enough that they’re starting to kind of maybe need long sleeves and a sweater, but instead of really putting a whole bunch of layers on, instead you decide to turn on some heat. Uh, this is your outdoor, so how do you maintain or get your heat? You’ll sit down with some friends, you’ll pull out the little Smokies, you pull out some marshmallows, you pull out some chocolate and Graham crackers.
Speaker 1: (03:48)
You’ll pull out something to start your, a little bit of a campfire field and you’ll get that bonfire up and Rory and you can put your hands up to that bonfire and then you start warming your hands, rubbing it back and forth together. You keep those hands being warm for quite a while and just sitting there right by the fire, rubbing your hands back and forth, just kind of generating a little frictions heat. And you could do that pretty much while talking to a friend or the entire time you’re having fun at the bonfire. Now if I was to take the same hand there at the bonfire and to cover them with sand and cover both of your hands in sand and tell you to rub your hands together in front of the fire, you could rub a back and forth together, rubbing it back and forth and back and forth, back and forth, but probably 2030 seconds and you’ll have rubbed your hands raw because the sand is much more aggressive than your skin. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (04:37)
You’ll think of that same example when you’re dealing with your carpet. Carpet fibers give up back and forth against each other for a long time. I’ve cleaned carpets that were 15 2025 up to 40 or 50 years old, but you could take the same carpets and where the mountain in five years might never back you back so you could have a carpet that could last 10 1520 years, but only last four or five years because you’ve allowed the grit Brian, to get into the carpet but not back out and that grit grime acts like sandpaper, just like putting sand on your hands and rubbing your hands together. You kind of put a lot of dust and dirt and debris into the carpet. The carpet fibers themselves will rub against themselves and they’ll wear the fiber out really quickly. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 this is something that we’ve seen many times for our customers and we try to give them that importance of why you should try to get the dust and debris and grime out.
Speaker 1: (05:32)
Same way that you clean your car. If you, as you’re driving your car, do you keep your car in the garage? You never pull it out of the garage. You never need to wash or clean your car. It should maybe get a layer of dust over time, but it should get any deep embedded mud or any big different problems. It should just be a regular Dustin kind of blow the dust off, but if you go out there and you drive down the road and it rains and it’s windy and you go through a splash through a puddle or you get some mud on your rims, that mud is going to stick to the side of your car. That side of your car is going to get a extra crunch and debris that gets onto it, and so you’re going to end up with a lot of extra cleaning or maintenance required or needed to keep that car looking at the good your carpet to the same way that as you walk on them, you are going to need to continue to improve upon what it is that they need to have done so that they don’t prematurely wear out.
Speaker 1: (06:27)
We’ll continue in the next podcast talking about how vacuuming can help your carpets. Carpe diem, seize your clean today. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 give us a call at (918) 494-7093. https://www.completecarpettulsa.com