An average American household spends around $300 a year on carpet cleaning, according to a new report from Consumer Reports.
That’s on top of the $1,000 or more a year that it costs to clean up the carpet on a regular basis.
The study found that carpet cleaning is the cheapest way to clean the carpet of any household item.
The report found that the average consumer spends $2,700 a year cleaning up the rug, $2.50 for the inside of the kitchen and $2 a year for the exterior of the house.
Consumer Reports said the study does not take into account other cleaning expenses that might be incurred in the home.
The average American spends $1.75 for carpet cleaning.
The most expensive carpet cleaning item is a new carpet that has not been professionally cleaned.
A new carpet can cost as much as $3,000.
The other most expensive item is an entire new carpet, which can cost more than $10,000, Consumer Reports found.
Consumers are also paying for expensive cleaning supplies, such as brushes and hand sanitizer, that are not included in the Consumer Reports study.
Consumer reports said that in 2015, carpet cleaning costs are up from $7.50 per square foot in 2013.
Consumer groups say that carpet cleaners are more expensive than other cleaning supplies and are generally the least expensive of all household cleaners.
In addition, the American Society of Civil Engineers said in a report last year that carpet care costs are rising faster than the economy, and that the government has not yet taken adequate action to reduce consumer spending on carpet care.