We have lived in this RV since December, 2006. In all that time, I have not had our carpet cleaned, except for the area right under our dining table. I did that myself, using a spray carpet cleaner and a brush. Getting down on my hands and knees? That is NOT going to happen again any time soon.
We spent the last winter in Georgia, which is known for red clay soil. That soil sticks to the bottoms of your shoes, and tracks in the house with every step. Now we are in Arizona, at the North Rim, where the soil is sandy shale, with little rocks that get stuck in the crevices of your shoes. Each step through the trailer causes those little rocks to come out and grind into the carpet.
As soon as we get through with our season here at the Grand Canyon, I am going to be looking for a place like this rug cleaning company new york, to have my carpets professionally cleaned. The carper in the bedroom area of the trailer are especially bad. We had a runner at the foot of the bed, but it wouldn’t stay in place. It “walked” or moved, every time we walked on it. So, we put some of that carpet tape on the bottom. It did keep the rug in place, but when we took that rug out, the adhesive from the carpet tape stuck to the carpet, and it looks terrible. I am hoping that a professional carpet cleaning company can get that glue off of the carpet and make it look nice again.