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How to Clean Carpet Without Vacuum – Quick Ways

Looking for easy and effortless ways to clean your carpet without a vacuum? Are you worried that you won’t find other ways of cleaning?

Well, you shouldn’t worry anymore as the good news is yes, it is possible to clean your carpet without using a vacuum, and there are several different ways to make your carpet all neat and tidy again.

So, below we will discuss the other simple yet different ways of cleaning a carpet using tools and materials other than a vacuum.

 Ways to Clean Carpet Other Than Using Vacuum

Following are some of the ways that you may opt for cleaning carpet.

Ways to Clean Carpet Other Than Using Vacuum

 1. Broom and Dustpan

The easiest, effortless, and simple way to get the dirt off your carpet is simply using a broom and dustpan.

It might be considered an old-fashioned and traditional way, but it indeed is helpful for people who don’t have any access to vacuums or such devices.

The ideal way to use a broom is to swipe it in one direction over the dirt and debris and then pick it up using the dustpan.

It is best to give short broom strokes over the carpet in the area where there is visible dirt and debris.

Avoid using a broom with stiff bristles, as the hard bristles will damage your carpet and make the material quite rough.

  • Useful Tip

“It is important to use a duster after brooming the carpet, as it causes the dust particles to flow in the air, making them stay on the furniture and other stuff.”

2. Carpet Sweeper

Carpet sweepers were the most efficient way of removing the dirt and debris off the carpets in the earlier times.

They can be bought at much lower prices than the other electrical machines to clean the carpets, while they also provide excellent results.

The carpet sweeper has a trash can attached to them. So, when using the carpet sweeper, the dirt and grime get in between the trash can, and you can dump it afterward.

It has a pretty simple operating manual and can be used just like the vacuums, except that it does not require any electricity.

3. Packaging Tape

Now, this may sound a bit odd, but the fact is that packaging tape works perfectly for removing the hair and gums from the carpet.

During spot cleaning, if you find any of the hair or any sort of pet fur stuck to your carpet, it can be easily removed with the packaging tape.

All you need to do is take the packaging tape and apply it over the carpet, then simply lift the tape upwards with a slight force that will take all the hair and pet fur with the applied tape.

This procedure won’t be helpful for larger areas of the carpet but is very useful for the smaller parts.

  • Useful Tip

“Avoid leaving the tape on your carpet for a longer time, as it will leave a sticky residue which will ruin the texture of the carpet.”

4. Stiff Bristled Scrub Brush

Using the stiff-bristled brush is also one of the most effective ways of cleaning the dirt and grime of the carpet.

To use a brush for cleaning, it would be best to hang the carpet with a strong support. Then gently stroke the brush from upwards towards the direction while moving downwards to complete the flow.

The best way to use it is to use short quick strokes over the carpet. The scrub brush will remove away all the debris and hair from the carpet because of the hard bristles.

5. Carpet Sticky Roller

The sticky rollers are also pretty helpful in removing away the pet hair and hair from the carpets. It has a long handle that is really comfortable to use and easy on the legs and back as well. The sticky roller has sheets that get filled with dirt, and these sheets can be tossed over to remove the dirt.

6. Shaking

This technique is best suitable for smaller carpets and rugs. The smaller carpet requires no extensive cleaning, and you can simply just grab the carpet or the rug move to an open window or outdoor to shake the carpet.

The results would be very pleasing as shaking will remove off the particles and dirt easily off the carpet.

7. Carpet Beater

The best way to use a carpet beater is to take the carpet outdoor somewhere and hang it over a strong railing or a strong clothesline.

The carpet beater works excellent for removing the dust from the carpet. This carpet beater has a long, strong handle with a wider paddle to have a perfect grip on it while using it.

To start off with the carpet beater, you need to use it from the top of the carpet and gradually move along. The main part is to beat both sides of the carpet for the best results.

  • Useful Tip

“You can also use the tennis racket as a carpet beater, as it can also be used perfectly for this purpose.”

8. Steam Mopping

For the deeper cleaning of the carpet, you can simply use the steam mop. The best part of this method is that not only does it sanitize the carpet but it also removes various germs and bacteria from the carpet.

To use the steam mop firstly you need to fill it with water, then plug in the steam mop and wait for it until it heats up and releases the steam.

This method is great for sanitizing and removing excess dirt and grime off the carpet.

If you are not a fan of steam mop, you may want to look into a top-of-the-line electric floor mop.

9. Washing the Carpet

This is rather a time-consuming but very effective method of cleaning the carpet and removing any dirt and debris from it. For this method, you must have a bucket filled with water plus a bristled brush to move it over the carpet for deeper cleaning of it.

Washing the carpet is one of the safest and most efficient methods to clean the carpet. Make sure to avoid using harsh chemicals during the carpet wash. The harsh chemicals will further damage and ruin the texture of the carpet.

Useful Tips for Stains And Spills Over the Carpet

If you have any drinks spilled over your expensive and ravishing carpet or even any other liquid, don’t need to worry. There are still ways that the stains of the spilled liquid can be removed with ease by just using the baking soda.

Useful Tips for Stains And Spills Over the Carpet

All you need to do here is to use the baking soda and sprinkle it over the stain. Then use the spray bottle filled with water to spray it over the baking soda. Let it sit over the stain for about 2-3 hours, and then simply use a brush to move over it.

  • Useful Tip

Before applying any liquid or such chemicals over the carpet, try to test it over a smaller area first to get a better look at the results; then, when you are okay with the results, use it for other areas.

 Conclusion

We have shown and explained many different ways to clean and remove excess dirt and dust from your carpet without using a vacuum.

And we hope that with the details and information provided,

it would be effortless for you to clean your carpets at home using some of the homemade ingredients and other simple tools.

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