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How to Keep Dirt out and Extend the Life of Your Carpet

May 12 ,2020

How to Keep Dirt out and Extend the Life of Your Carpet

Do you love your carpet and that warm, fuzzy feeling under your toes in the morning? That soft cushion of support you step onto after a long day in the office? If you want to keep your carpet looking its best and extend its life, you’ll need to give it a little extra TLC. Carpet Care Tips To take care of your carpet and help it last a little longer, here are some things you need to do: Know your carpet: Not everyone is aware of it, but there are several types of carpets. If you are going to care…

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What’s Causing Your Carpet to Ripple?

Mar 23 ,2020

Whether you’ve got wall to wall carpets or an area rug in every room, spotting a ripple is never a good sign. Carpet ripples can be symptoms of stress to the material or damage to the fibres inside. You might find yourself tempted to stomp out the ripple, stretch the rug out or place heavy furniture on top to flatten it. However, this is rarely a good idea. At RBC Clean, we specialize in carpet cleaning services in Markham and see plenty of rugs and carpets during the day. One of the things we’ve learned through our time as residential,…

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What Do Professional Carpet Cleaners Do?

Dec 9 ,2019

What Do Professional Carpet Cleaners Do?

Carpets are dirty places in the home. They accumulate dirt, dust and even bugs. While these bugs may not actually live in your carpet, they often end up there when they die, making your home’s carpet a bug cemetery. Another thing that might be lying underneath your plush carpet is mould. This is because a carpet is quick to soak up liquids, which tend to fester underneath your feet. It can be wet underneath even if it feels dry to the touch. One researcher from New York University’s Langone Medical Center, notes that carpets contain about 200,000 bacteria per square…

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