Burber carpet is originated in North Africa. It is a very durable rug available in various materials, such as wool and nylon. Burber is often used in high traffic areas, because battery is short and compact, so that fingerprints do not show as they would on a pile deep. They are generally easy to clean, and regular care will extend the life of your carpet. However, if dirt is ground into the tight weave, you will need professional help.
Education to clean burber carpet: vacuum your carpet regularly. Clean spills and messes as soon as possible. Dry the carpet with a clean cloth. Gently rub the stain with a mixture of water and dishwashing liquid. Rinse and dry. Try to scrape away as much as possible spill sticky curves of the carpet before cleaning and absorbent.
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Treat stubborn stains with a commercial product that is recommended for burber carpet. If you have children or pets, or if someone in the family has allergies, make sure the product is not toxic and do not aggravate allergies. Let the steam carpet professionally cleaned once a year. Do this more often if the rug is in a high traffic area and it is often spotted.