EASY CARPET REPAIR: grab matching strands of carpet fiber from discreet parts of the carpet (pull 'em out one by one), bunch together like a bouquet of flowers, glue into the gaps with glue gun. Trim top of the strands with scissors to help it blend in. Dab more glue as necessary to help keep the new strands attached. This hole was caused by my teething pup-- the apartment manager didn't even notice after my repair!
Fixing Holes in Carpets - dummies
You can save the expense and resources of replacing your carpet by learning how to patch small holes, tears, or damaged areas yourself. Instead of consuming new, unsustainable resources, you do the Earth and your wallet a good deed. You can find nontoxic adhesives at www.greenbuildingsupply.com if your local stores don’t stock them.
How to Re-fluff Matted Carpet | Hunker
A matted carpet not only looks unkempt and messy, but it may be harboring extra dust, dirt and debris that doesn't belong in the carpet. Fluff up that matted mess with moisture, an iron or a carpet rake. Vacuum First Before treating a matted carpet, vacuum it thoroughly. This will remove any loose debris, such as pet dander and dust.
How to Fix Torn Up Carpet at the Door Frame | Hunker
The high traffic area around a door frame is more susceptible to premature wear and tear than other areas. Wear and tear includes small rips that can begin in the edge of the door frame and work out into the room. Because the rip can spread further if you continue to walk over it, fix it as soon as it occurs.