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When you receive sand and soil contaminants in the carpet, these very little particulates have sharp sides that can cut into the surface area of the filaments when went on. When the filaments start out getting scratched up enough, the traffic areas start looking dirty. It's not mud though, it's actually abrasion. And I'm sorry, even if you had the best carpet cleaner in the country (uh, that could be me) clean your traffic areas, the abrasion can be permanent. In fact , here's a very little carpet inspector secret: to learn if your traffic areas that look dirty are really sneaky, or if they have damaging the teeth, take a bright light (at least 200 watts) and keep it directly over the site visitors area you're inspecting. In the event the dirt is actually dirt, you'll see it even easier. However , whether it's abrasion, you won't see it. So you can either hang bright signals over all of your traffic areas all the time to hide the scratching, or you can vacuum all of them correctly from the start.

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