1. Cost of exhibition carpet life cycle
The cost of the life cycle of the exhibition carpet is calculated by dividing the sum of the basic manufacturing cost of the exhibition carpet, the installation cost, the additional cost of the installation, and the maintenance cost by the number of years the exhibition carpet is used. How long a carpet can last depends mainly on how acceptable its appearance is.
Some types of carpets, in order to maintain a good appearance, have to pay a maintenance fee that is 60% higher than that of ordinary carpets. Therefore, the long-term savings in maintenance costs can more than offset the huge initial investment in quality carpets.
2. Maintenance and cost of exhibition carpet
The lifespan of a carpet is affected by many factors, such as the quality of manufacture, fiber, texture, type, color, pattern, upholstery, usage, usage, and maintenance needs of the exhibition carpet. It can be seen how important the correct maintenance method is to prolong the life of the carpet. If there is no detailed carpet maintenance plan or maintenance is only done once in a while, the degree of appearance wear and tear will be faster and more serious than that of carpets that receive daily care. Then the maintenance and repair costs will change at any time, which is really difficult to budget. All in all, the sum of such expenses is usually more than budgeted and planned maintenance expenditures.
Facts have shown that effective maintenance measures can extend the life cycle of the exhibition carpet. The longer the carpet lasts, the lower its annual cost.
Vacuuming is the basic work of carpet maintenance, which can effectively remove the dust on the surface of the carpet. Another trick is to sprinkle salt grains on the carpet and rub it repeatedly. When the salt grains turn black, turn the carpet face down and knock off the salt grains. Repeat two or three times, and the carpet will be as clean as new.
Cleaning method 1:
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the carpet. The fluff of the carpet is easy to accumulate dust, especially wool carpets with relatively long fluff. The vacuum cleaner is a good helper to deal with the dust hidden in the carpet.
First use a vertical vacuum cleaner to clean a large area of the carpet for the first step of dust removal; then use a hand-held vacuum cleaner to treat the places where dust is particularly serious, such as under the coffee table, corners, bed edges, and carpet edges. Clean thoroughly.
When using a vacuum cleaner to clean the carpet, you must regularly and quantitatively, and persevere! If the dust is not cleaned for a long time, the surface of the carpet will change color and deteriorate. Once mildew spots appear, it will be too late to clean.
Cleaning method 2:
Remove stains with dry cloth and tissue. Sometimes coffee, cola or fruit juice and other beverages will be accidentally spilled on the carpet. For such a small area of stains, use a dry cloth or tissue to absorb the water at the first time. Then dampen a dry cloth with vinegar and dab over the stain. Stains on the carpet can be wiped away with a few more swipes.