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    Allied Carpets in Trowbridge

    Allied Carpets have long served the people of Trowbridge when looking for new carpets and flooring.   Allied Carpets is perfectly placed to give our customers the best quality flooring at the best prices. We have hundreds of ranges that give your a great range of products to choose from, to make your house a home. We set about our service to be at an extremely high level to ensure not only that you get a great deal, but that you are looked after and given expert advice and service from start to finish.

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    Allied Carpets Trowbridge

    Allied Carpets in Trowbridge

    Allied Carpets has long had a central presence in Trowbridge. Serving customer in Trowbridge for many years. Its store being based in the Retail Park off Bradley road in the past. Our store in no onger there but will return to Trowridge again soon. We are serving our customers in Trowbridge, trading online and via home consultations where we bring the samples to you.

    Allied Carpets Origins, online. We’ve come a long way, but have not forgotten who we were.

    To help you maintain your new carpet’s good looks, you’ll need to take good care of it, maintain it as well as you can, and clean it properly.

    The key to good maintenance is to vacuum regularly to avoid particles of loose dirt and dust working their way into the carpet pile where they can act abrasively on the fibres and discolour the carpet.
    • Vacuum regularly at least 2-3 times a week.
    • A large, strong doormat will reduce dirt from outside being spread around the house.
    • Removing your shoes at the front door will lessen the impact of everyday wear and tear.
    • Avoid where possible, laying light coloured carpets next to external entrances.
    • Man-made fibre and wool carpets should be vacuumed regularly as soon as they are laid.


    Loop Pile carpets should be vacuumed with a cylinder cleaner using the suction head only. Avoid using beater heads and brushes – they will catch and lift the fibres, and eventually, this will give your carpet a bobbled or felted appearance.


    We recommend a vacuum cleaner with an adjustable height for Soft Deep Pile carpets, to ensure proper airflow over the pile surface, during cleaning.


    Cut Pile carpets should ideally be vacuumed with an upright vacuum cleaner with a beater bar and brush. You can also opt to use a cylinder vacuum cleaner with a similar attachment.

    The Complete Carpet Care & Maintenance Guide


    In a busy house with a young family, pets, or plenty of visitors, spills, and stains can happen at any time. The good news is that carpets can be cleaned easily and simply by following the recommended guidelines below,

    • Tackle spillages and stains immediately, don’t leave them until later or allow them to dry.
    • Blot away all the liquid stains with a dry kitchen towel or a clean white dry cloth.
    • Semi-solid substances should be removed with a plastic spatula.
    • Remember to be patient – don’t rub vigorously or over-soak the stain.
    • Always work from the outside of the stain inwards to minimise it spreading.
    • To clean off any remaining stains, blot with a clean, damp cloth.

    Polypropylene Carpets:

    1. Make sure you have a clean, white cloth, household bleach, warm water and kitchen towel to hand.
    2. As above, tackle the spillage immediately to ensure it doesn’t dry into the carpet and remove all semi-solids with a plastic spatula.
    3. Make a bleach solution, using one part bleach and ten parts water.
    4. Using the white cloth and working gently from the outside in, gently blot away the stain, adding more bleach to the solution if necessary
    5. When the stain has been removed, carefully blot the carpet dry with kitchen towel.

    Wool Carpets:

    1. Make sure you’ve got the right tools for the job. You will need a dry kitchen towel, a clean white cloth, warm water, and a plastic spatula.
    2. Tackle a spillage or stain immediately – if you leave it for some time or allow it to fully dry, it may be harder to lift the stain out.
    3. If there are any semi-solid spillages (such as food, for example) ensure you pick that up first – you don’t want to be scrubbing stains into the carpet. Use a plastic spatula to remove these to minimise further contact with the carpet.
    4. Using a little warm water and a kitchen towel, gently blot the stain, working from the outside, inwards to minimise spreading. Continue this, replacing the towel when necessary, until the stain has faded significantly. Be sure not to over-wet the carpet!
    5. Finally, use a clean, white cloth and a little warm water and continue to blot the stain until disappeared.

    Regular Vacuuming

    Vacuum your carpet on a regular basis as this will reduce dust and dirt, prolonging the life of your carpet. Heavy traffic areas should be vacuumed daily.

    For cut pile carpets, we recommend the use of an upright cleaner with an active beater bar, as this will help loosen and lift soiling from the pile.

    For loop pile carpets, we recommend the use of a suction vacuum cleaner with no beater bar. The use of vacuum cleaners with a beater bar on a loop pile carpet may cause the carpets to “pill” or fuzz.

    Fluffing & Shedding

    All new wool carpets do have a certain amount of fluff consisting of short lengths of fibre, which may be shed from the carpet and that does not reach the base of the carpet itself. These slight fragments of fibre tend to come out of the carpet pile with general use. Fibre shedding is a normal characteristic of a wool carpet and as long as sufficient maintenance is carried out, i.e regular vacuuming, this will diminish over time. If you do have to deal with any snags or pulls, never try to pull out the fibre. Simply snip them off with a pair of scissors.

    Routine Clean

    From time to time, your carpet will benefit from a thorough deep clean. There are a number of effective shampoos and powders available, but please make sure it is appropriate for your carpet. If you are unsure about tackling the stain yourself, we highly recommend you contact a professional cleaning company to carry out the work. When having your carpet professionally cleaned, also use a reputable company and check references fully. We would only recommend a deep clean very rarely, as the force and water used to clean in this manner, would put a strain on the backing and dilute the adhesive holding the carpet together. This can create ripples forming in your carpet when sections of the backing have come away. This is called delamination is spells the very end of your carpet, as it will only spread like a virus throughout the carpet within a few short months.

    Secret tips on how to get stains out of your carpet

    For spillages on the carpet, remove excess with a spoon or blunt knife then blot with an absorbent cloth or tissue as soon as possible. Tackle any remaining stain with one of the carpet care products given below. NEVER use household detergents as they damage the carpet. Apply spot remover to a clean white cloth and then blot the stained area with the cloth, starting on the outer edge of the stain and working inwards. Blot up the released stain with a dry cloth or tissues. Brush to align pile. Leave to dry.

    4 carpet care products will tackle most of your problems

    1. Carpet shampoos – *1001 Manual Carpet Shampoo or *Astonish Carpet & Upholstery Shampoo, diluted according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

    2. Spot removers for water-based stains – *1001 Troubleshooter or *OxyKic Permanent Carpet Spot Stain Remover used to the manufacturer’s instruction.

    3. Spot removers for greasy stains – *Dyzolv or *Natural & Clean Spot Remover. For paints: white spirit. For ballpoint pens: surgical spirit. For nail varnish: acetone or nail varnish remover. Use solvent-based products only in a well-ventilated area.

    4. Powders / Dry Extraction Cleaners – *SEBO Duo-P Powder, *Zorb Dry-Cleaning Powder or *Clean Dry Microsponges.

    Stains on Polyproylene Carpets

    We would advise keeping something handy to clean deep stains as they happen. Leaving these for too long will make them tougher to get out. Our key tip on keeping a man-made carpet clean without stains is to always have some diluted bleach to hand to get the stains out quickly. take an old window spray bottle or equivalent, fill 10-20% of bleach and fill the rest with water. Then keep this bottle somewhere safe, out of reach of children but easy enough to get to when needed. This then makes it easy to spray the bleach solution on the stain and remove the stain quickly and easily.

    WOOLSAFE Advice & Further Guidance.

    WOOLSAFE accredited carpet cleaning company or carpet care products call or email The WOOLSAFE Organisation on, 01943 850817 or Email:

    Carpet stain removal guide


    How we make it easier for you.

    High Quality Products

    Part of our commitment to our customers is that we stand by the products we sell. We sell high-quality products and great prices to give our customers peace of mind when purchasing new carpets or flooring for your home.

    Free Estimating Service

    We have highly experienced and highly qualified estimators on hand to come to your home and measure up for free. Making it easier and the experience stress free. We can even bring samples with us to help you choose in the comfort of your own home.

    Uplift & Disposal Service

    We offer an uplift & Disposal service which will cover us uplifting your existing flooring for you, as well as disposing of it for you. Just another way we try to help and make the process easier for you.