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When you acquire sand and soil contaminants in the carpet, these tiny particulates have sharp edges that can cut into the surface of the filaments when moved on. When the filaments begin getting scratched up plenty of, the traffic areas begin looking dirty. It's not dirt though, it's actually abrasion. And I'm sorry, even if you had the best carpet cleaner in the country (uh, that is definitely me) clean your traffic areas, the abrasion is permanent. In fact , here's a tiny carpet inspector secret: to determine if your traffic areas that look dirty are really spotted, or if they have érosion, take a bright light (at least 200 watts) and maintain it directly over the traffic area you're inspecting. If the dirt is actually dirt, you will see it even easier. However , whether it's abrasion, you won't see it. So that you can either hang bright lights over all of your traffic areas all the time to hide the érosion, or you can vacuum them correctly from the start.

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