The plastic carpet on your kitchen counter, bathroom sink, bathroom countertop, and other surfaces is one of the most common pests on the planet.
It’s a common cause of carpet rot and, in many cases, can even cause the destruction of the entire structure.
Plastic carpet bugs are actually quite small and only can reach a few centimeters (just over an inch).
They’re not dangerous, but they can wreak havoc on any piece of carpeting, and they can also be difficult to find and clean.
To clean your carpet, simply lay a piece of fabric between your hands and wipe it dry.
If you’re worried about the carpet being too hard to remove, use a plastic sponge to wipe it off.
Then you’ll need to use a cloth to wipe off any dust that may have settled on the surface.
A good rule of thumb is to wipe a piece every time you wipe a fabric.
To get rid of the bugs that have colonized your carpeting surfaces, it’s best to use an air freshener or two, but a dust mask and a hand sanitizer can also help keep the bugs at bay.
To remove the bugs, use your fingertips to gently brush the surfaces.
Once the bugs have been eradicated, wipe your carpet clean with a damp cloth.
If the carpet is not completely clean, you can also try rinsing it with warm water.
Keep in mind that these cleaning products will not remove the plastic, so be sure to rinse it thoroughly after each use.
If your carpet is stained, use vinegar or bleach to clean it.
To prevent carpet rot, it is also a good idea to wash your carpet regularly and use a carpet cleaner.
After using a cleaning product, make sure that it has been used correctly and thoroughly.
Do not use a cleaning agent that contains ammonia or bleach.
Avoid applying any cleaners that are not labeled and should not be used on your carpets.
Cleaner recommendations for your home and yard