Accidents happen and whether it’s a child with a nose bleed, an animal with an injured paw or a more serious injury, it’s not uncommon for blood to make it onto household carpets.
When it comes to housekeeping, it can help to have a clear schedule in mind, especially for tasks that don’t have to be handled on a weekly basis and so are easy to overlook.
Cats, particularly unneutered males, tend to mark their territory by spraying urine on carpets, clothing and curtains. This leaves a pungent odour that worsens over time.
Pathogens are microscopic organisms harmful to humans. Bacteria, mould and viruses can all invade your home, settle deep into carpet fibres and multiply without you knowing they’re there.
Rare, hand-knotted oriental silk carpets are sought-after treasures that demand some of the highest prices in the world.
Permanent marker pens are handy when you need to make indelible marks on clothing. In the wrong hands, however, they can wreak untold damage.
Carpets are expensive household items that have to endure high traffic volumes, spills and general wear and tear.