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Posted by on in Spot Cleaning
    Seems like everyone gets candle wax on a carpet or rug at some point in their lifetime. It also seems many people have posted suggestions on how to remove it. Overall it is relatively simple, you just need to follow the right steps to get the best results. The wax can be anything from a few drops to a large spill.  First, always try to remove as much excess wax as you can from the carpet fibers. To do this, take a dull knife and gently scrape off as much of the wax from th...

Posted by on in Carpet Cleaning
  I will explain to you the facts and any advantages or disadvantages with the cleaning of any area carpets either in your home or sent out to be cleaned in a plant. I believe with over 50 years of experience and having my carpet and upholstery cleaning business for over 45 years makes I am extremely qualified to answer this once and for all.  There are several factors to consider. First and most importantly is the type of rug to be cleaned. Many area rugs are nothing more than a typ...

Posted by on in Upholstery Cleaning
Have you ever looked at your light-colored furniture and it appears to have a blue or blackish tone to it? If so, what you may be seeing is the result of a dye transfer. We all love wearing denim jeans and ladies love wearing black slacks that go with everything and maybe a little slimming as far as appearance goes. Well, these favorite clothes have a downside too. Quite often the dyes uses in these cotton fabrics are synthetic Indio dye. These dyes are applied in layers, where sequence dipping...

Posted by on in Carpet Cleaning
Salt Stains on a Rugs It’s hard not to track in some of the salt residuals you put down in your driveways and walks such as Calcium Chloride. You just need to realize there are problems when this gets tracked into your home. First, the salt itself is hygroscopic (attracts moisture), and stays wet, attracting soil. This damp residue is also alkaline, and because of this, potentially harmful to dyes used in acid-dyed nylon and wool carpets. Most carpet cleaners will use a pre-spray designed for ...

Posted by on in Carpet Cleaning
What is The Best Way to Clean Carpets There are always choices for us to make in life. Things just seem to go smoother when we make the right choices, even when it comes to simple things such as deciding what company or what cleaning process is the best to use to clean my carpets. I will try to be short and summarize some of your options. For the sake of simplicity, I will refer this discussion to the cleaning of wall-to-wall carpets in your home. Commercial carpets and the cleaning of area ru...