How Often Do You Need To Vacuum The Floors In Your Home?

A lot of people are wondering exactly how often should they vacuum clean the floors and carpets in their home – is once a week enough or should you vacuum more than that? Is two times a week enough or should you do it every single day?

This is an important thing to know since vacuuming is a huge part of your cleaning chores and we all want to achieve spotless living space at all times.

If Your Have Carpets

Carpeted floors are harder to clean because they trap a lot of dirt, dust, impurities as well as spills. But today we won’t talk about getting rid of stains and cleaning up spills – we will only talk about vacuuming.

Experts say that high-traffic areas of carpets should be vacuumed once a day and the rest twice a week. I know that this probably sounds like too much work, however, it’s for the best – for your health and for the long lifespan of your carpets.

If You Have Hard Floors

Most of us have hard floors – and they are much easier to maintain clean. Experts say that it’s enough to vacuum hard floors once a week. I myself have hard floors in almost every room in my home and learning that vacuuming them once a week is enough makes me feel like a huge weight has been lifted off of my chest!

But What If You Have Pets?

Now, if you have pets things are different. Regardless of what your floors and whether they are carpeted or wooden – you need to vacuum at least once every two days. It’s recommended every day, however, we need to be realistic and since we all have such busy lives filled with responsibilities, work, etc. no one would really have the time to vacuum their entire home every single day.

Of course, if you can invest in a robotic vacuum cleaner then do that because it will make a huge difference! You would no longer need to vacuum because the appliance will do all the work.

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