3 Tips to Keep your Carpet Looking Brand-New

July 11, 2019 1 min read

3 Tips to Keep your Carpet Looking Brand-New

You just got your new carpet installed – and it looks amazing! But you have 3 kids, two fur babies and are always the one to host the super bowl party. You know it’s unlikely that your carpet is going to look new for long.

 

Here are 3 tips to help you keep your carpet looking brand-new!

 

  1. Vacuum at least once a week
  2. Clean any spills promptly
  3. Use baking soda overnight for a boost of freshness

 

Luckily, Lifeproof Carpet, powered by MyFlooring.com, is made with the softest and most durable carpet fiber available and your installation comes with a lifetime stain, durability, softness and installation warranty. So, go ahead, invite the family (yes, the whole family) over! Your carpet can handle it!



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