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How To Incorporate Vinegar Into Your Non-Toxic Carpet Cleaning Ritual

Jul 17 ,2017

Vinegar is a gift from the gods when it comes to cleaning in general, but especially when it comes to carpet cleaning. Many off-the-shelf carpet cleaning agents are really quite toxic, and not at all environmentally friendly, so it makes sense to avoid them in your carpet cleaning routine, both for your family/pets and for the environment. Below are some of the ways that you can incorporate vinegar into your non-toxic carpet cleaning ritual. Stain Removal White vinegar is a great way to remove fresh stains from carpets including pet urine and feces, food stains and mud. The best thing to do with any stain (regardless of the cleaning agent you are using) is to get to it as quick…

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4 Benefits Of Having Your Office Carpets Professionally Cleaned

Jun 19 ,2017

Business spring cleaning is a critical part of ensuring your staff and coworkers remain motivated, productive, and most important of all, happy throughout the months to follow. One of the most noticeable blemishes on any office setting is an unclean carpet. Luckily, it is also one of the easiest office upkeep faux pas to remedy and should be at the top of any sensible business owner’s business spring cleaning checklist. While a DIY approach may seem like the best way to tackle a grimy office carpet during business spring cleaning, a professional touch is something that staff and clients alike will surely notice and appreciate. The benefits of hiring a professional carpet cleaner are many, and go well beyond the…

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Dry Vs. Wet Carpet Cleaning: What’s The Difference?

Jun 1 ,2017

Getting your office or home carpets cleaned can make a space feel brand new. Our carpets put up with a lot throughout the year, and every time the seasons change, we ask our carpets to deal with a new list of dirt, grime and stains. There two main carpet cleaning methods: dry and wet. Each one comes with a set of pros and cons, so below we will detail what some of those are. Wet Cleaning Wet carpet and upholstery cleaning is also known as the hot water extraction method. Using this method, the carpet is first treated with a cleaning agent that liquefies soils and other oil-based compounds that have worked their way into the carpet fibres. After that…

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