White carpets are one of the most popular decorating accessories in homes worldwide, but they are also a common source of carpet cleaning.
A recent study by the company Kiwi carpet cleaning revealed that over half of all consumers who have purchased white carpets in the last six months have also been asked to fill out a questionnaire about their carpets’ cleaning history.
The results revealed that the most common cleaning products included white vinegar, vinegar, bleach, and detergent, with less common cleaners included like ammonia, bleach and soap.
The company also revealed that more than a quarter of consumers surveyed had never cleaned their carpet.
What do you do if your carpet cleaning is suspect?
According to the company, there are three primary ways to investigate carpet cleaning scams: Contacting the manufacturer directly, contacting a local carpet cleaning retailer, and contacting a carpet cleaning professional.
If you are still concerned about your carpet, the company recommends contacting a manufacturer directly.
It will also advise you on the best way to return your carpet to the manufacturer and to take any steps you might need to take to protect yourself and your home.
Kiwi also advises that if you believe your carpet has been damaged or neglected, to contact your local carpet maintenance company and report any issues to them.
It’s also advised that if a manufacturer or carpet cleaning shop is involved in a scam, it is important to contact the police and make a report.