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Daily Carpet Maintenance

Now that you are enjoying the beauty and comfort of your new carpet, it’s important to spend some time regularly cleaning and maintaining it to keep it looking great and feeling soft. At Premiere Floors & Design Center, we recommend the following care and maintenance steps. They are pretty simple and won’t take up that much of your time. Trust us, the payoff off having a beautiful carpet for many years to come will be well worth the time and effort you invest in caring for it.

  • Preventative measures such as avoiding track dirt, dust and mud onto the carpet can go a long way in keeping the carpet fresh and clean. Steps such as removing shoes before entering, using door mats, and avoiding eating messy foods that are known to stain are some good first steps.
  • For most carpets, regular vacuuming with a manufacturer’s approved appliance is really all it will take to keep the carpet clean. For vacuum cleaning tips for our Shaw Floors carpets, visit this website. (
  • Having your carpet professionally cleaned, or alternatively, shampooing your carpets yourself, will go a long way in maintaining their softness. Please keep in mind that before you hire a professional cleaning company, or shampoo your carpet yourself, make sure to check with the manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines, and always be sure to carefully adhere to their recommendations.
  • Inevitably, no matter how careful you are, your carpet will eventually get spilled on, soiled, stained or dirtied. That’s life. Luckily, many of our carpets have built in stain resistant technology which makes cleaning common household messes almost as easy as one, two, three.
  • A word of caution: While cleaning up the mess right away is a good idea, we do suggest that you take a moment to establish whether it’s an oil or water based stain and then consult with your manufacturer's guidelines. Different types of stains, for example oil and water based stains, require different types of cleaning approaches.