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Carpet Stretching Tulsa | Episode 245

Carpet Stretching Tulsa | Episode 245

[00:00] This is episode 2:45. We are complete carpet. We’re going to be talking about carpet stretching Tulsa today. One of the things that’s an important on the carpet stretching process that you maintain the health and wellbeing of the carpets, the carpets don’t get wrinkled in the first place. And today we’re going to talk about your general maintenance ways to, um, slow down dirt coming in and out of your house, a Carpet stretching Tulsa and our fiber. We are complete carpet. I would love to connect with, or give us a call directly at nine. One eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero nine three. And we’re going to be covering different topics here. In this particular episode. We would love to you to check out some of the post episodes of the other episodes on our website. You can see some of the other content that we’ve had that we can connect with you and be able to give you more advice and understanding of the whole stretching process and also what it is to maintain that health, the carpet.

[00:52] And one of the big things with stretching, stretching is a natural thing that happens to carpet over time. We talked last episode about vacuuming it to help it to maintain the health and the fluffiness of the carpet. But there’s also a part of it that if you allow, if you wait too long between your vacuum lines or you wait too long between your carpet cleans or of all at a very simple pr side, if you just don’t let the carpet get a lot of dirt and grime and debris into the carpet at once. Um, then, um, you will see that, uh, the carpets will last longer naturally. Now, the main reason for this is that you’ve got the carpets are in a, um, uh, they are a fiber that can be used on a fairly, um, uh, the new, the used on a fairly regular basis.

[01:35] Every time you walk across them or every time you have someone come in and out there stepping or they’re walking on that carpet, causing it to rub against itself. Now this is not too big of a deal to be able to rub back and forth. Carpet stretching Tulsa since 1998. I’ve seen this so many times where someone will come in and they don’t realize how much dust and dirt there is a. We can go back and think of, say an old movie. Maybe I’m a little house on the prairie or anything where you would see somebody that will go in there and they take the rugs that are in the house and it’s springtime. They take them and maybe your mother, your father did this or your grandparents did this. Also, they take the rug outside, hang it over, say the porch or hang it over a wire line and then they would take a broom and they would beat the rug and as they hit the rug, dust and dirt and debris would just fall out because it’s sitting, sitting down in the backend of that rug.

[02:24] You may have cleaned the top of the rug, but at the backend of the rug is collected. Amount of dirt and all of our carpets throughout our house have the capacity to do the same thing if we let them go for very long times without, you know, doing regular maintenance in vacuum now a lot of people aren’t sure about how often to vacuum the carpet so they feel like maybe they shouldn’t be on top of it too much that the vacuum itself will wear out the carpet and then this is true. Carpet stretching Tulsa If you put the vacuum on the lowest setting and you vacuum it four times a day, the whole house you are going to wear out the carpet faster than normal. But most carpets and most houses only need about two to three minutes of vacuuming every other day or so. That’d be, you know, I personally probably only spend about 60 seconds vacuuming on a, on a semi regular basis just because it’s more.

[03:10] You just pull out the vacuum and hit the first safe you. You got hard surfaces coming in for your entry and you got hit the first two to three steps going up the staircase, hit the first five feet into the living room. Or the first five feet into the dining room or maybe into the bedroom, whatever the first area is that hits that carpet goes the transition from the carpet to the heart, from the hard surface to the carpet. The first place that dirt can be kicked off your shoe. That’s the place that you need to get in there and try to vacuum that area up. And the good part of this is that the main reason for this is that part is acting like the dirt trapper in the area rug of your house that your entry mat, so to speak. And he also notices and by just visually being able to see the patterns of dirt throughout Your House, uh, in front of your couch, you will see a little.

[03:52] I’m aware pattern goes across there because you’re sitting on the couch, you’ve got your shoes down and your feet kind of rubbed back and forth. Or some people eat or you know, it’s a place where you stop and you’re, you know, may kick your shoes off there. There’s just more physical traffic, more number of feet touching an area as opposed to say right in front of the TV where the majority of people just never go across and walk in that area so they just isn’t getting the same type of traction and the main reason for getting all this dust and debris and grime out of the carpet is that it acts like sandpaper to your carpet. The fibers can rub against themselves and since they had the same amount of strength, they had the same softness, so to speak. There’s nothing too harsh and there they can rub against each other for an extremely long time without having any problems.

[04:31] I give this example to all of our customers. If you take your hands and you rub them together, uh, you can rub them together for quite a long time. Just generating some heat. If you’re cold and snowy time, you’re next to a fire. You can keep your hands rubbing back and forth and keeping them warm and your skin rubs against itself and it really doesn’t cause a huge problem. Now 15, 20, 30 minutes later, you’re going to have blisters because your skin eventually is gonna. Rub enough that it’s a. It doesn’t have the calluses built up to handle that much friction. Carpet stretching Tulsa. We’ve seen this so many times in all of our customers. Ones will walk in and they just don’t realize that their carpet has rubbed against itself with sand and grit in it, and if you take that same example of rubbing your hands together and cover your hands in sand and then start rubbing your hands back and forth together, you will quickly.

[05:12] The sand is much harder than your skin and so it will, it will rake and cut right through your skin, quickly healed sandpaper off the first layer of your skin very fast. We’ve done this with in using one of those stiff stone bristles to, um, to try to rub off calluses or just soften up your skin. Will the same thing’s happening to your carpet is being broken down by all of the debris and sand that you’ve not vacuumed out over time. And so you want to try and make sure that you are staying on top of this to keep that health, that that life of that carpet to let it last longer and this affects the stretch because if that grit and sand is allowed to get through the carpet and doubt into the backing and now is doing the same thing as now. Grinding up the backing, the glue in the backing, causing the carpets to kind of relax and come and grow just a little bit to causing it to re put wrinkles in different. Your main and walk areas. Carpet stretching Tulsa Since 1998, we are complete carpet. We’d love for you to give us a call at nine. One, eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero, nine three and connect with us. Carpet stretching Tulsa is in our fiber. We are complete carpet, carpet diem. Seize your clean carpets today.