Carpet Protector: Your best choice for preventing stains
Almost all American-made synthetic carpet offer some sort of stain protection, which makes it easier than ever to remove spots. These treatments make carpet relatively impervious to spotting from food, beverages or pet accidents. But over time the protective chemicals can be worn away by heavy traffic. All carpet is ultimately a fiber. When treated with a stain treatment after cleaning, whether it is a stain resistant fiber o not, your carpet will be better equipped to repel stains.
Why You Should Have a Carpet Protector Applied After Cleaning
Over time the mill-applied carpet protectors can lose their effectiveness. This is due to the fibers being abraded during foot traffic. Although protective treatments are very good, they do need to be replenished after a few years of use, especially in high-traffic areas. The protection applied in the mill can wear off over time, and portions of the fiber can be exposed during abrasions that were not exposed during the mill treatment. The application of a carpet protector after cleaning will ensure that the performance of the fiber will be maintained.
Benefits to carpet protector
- Forms an invisible shield around each fiber
- Prevents dirt from lodging into the carpet fibers
- Repels liquid spills
- Helps carpets last longer
- Protects your carpet investment
- Helps make carpets easier to care for
- Extra protection from children, pets, and accidents
Maintaining the carpets stain resistance will help your carpet repel dirt and the less dirt will be able to build up – extending the life of the carpet fibers and the look of your carpet. Applying a carpet protector is always a good choice for preventing permanent stains. If you would like further information on this subject please contact us at (918) 437-1956 or visit our website at CarpetRenovations.Com