Surefire technique to keep morg debris out of the carpet?
......remove the carpet.
I can think of no way of keeping a carpet "fiber/particle free". Not vacuuming..[which is woefully inadequate]
nor wet ["steam"] cleaning. You are attempting to
remove tiny to microscopic objects out of a woven matrix
that has a huge surface area; not only the "length x width"
of the carpet...but also the hundreds to thousands of square feet of surface area provided by the combined surface area of what could be many millions of carpet threads.
Just say no. Nein. Nyet!
There is not a single carpet in my domicile. Not even
a throw rug. It's confusing enough
keeping tabs on whose fiber/hair is drifting about
[mine?..the cat?] without vastly increasing the potential
habitat for morg "things" to hide out in and grOW.
Attempting to keep the hardwood floors is challenging enough. At least with solid floors..a sponge mop can
do a fairly good job of keeping the particle count to a
..well..ok..the sponge mop and a few HEPA filters
growling around the clock.
..and paper towels...and..lots of spray bottles loaded
with full clips of Simple Green..ammonia...Pine Sol..
...routine straffing and wiping of all surfaces.
...everyone should have a hobby.
..this hobby truly sucks.