Tips and Tricks to help you keep your carpets, and your home, clean and comfortable.
When you are in the midst of winter – you think snowy days, freezing temps, more sickness in the air amongst the hustle and bustle of the holidays. But don’t forget the cleanup after parties, visitors from out of town, family fiesta leftovers, and just more indoor activity all around.
Don’t you just love the way clean carpets look, smell, and welcome you home after a long day? What you don’t want or expect is your carpeting to make you sick; but not giving the care and regular cleaning to your carpets can cause sensitive skin issues, allergies, asthma, and other health problems.
Before you call to make that first appointment, there are some necessary steps that you will need to prepare for the visit.
An accidental spill on your carpet is almost inevitable and there are certain stains that are harder to remove than others. Some stains can be near impossible to get out, but there are ways to remedy or at least find a professional to get the damage reversed as much as possible without replacing your carpet.
If you aren’t crazy about cleaning the bathroom and let go of cleaning your tile and grout, there are some things you should know that just might change your mind. We all know the bathroom is a place we spend a lot of time cleaning ourselves; so, we should expect some kind of build-up, just like the dust and pet dander that accumulates in other rooms.
One of the most crucial areas of carpet maintenance is removal of spots and spills. It is of utmost importance to act quickly when anything is dropped or spilled, and always have the necessary cleaning materials at hand. All Clean Chem-Dry uses special professional cleaning agents designed for use with your wool carpets.
This is a really great question! It isn’t something we see all the time; however, it can happen. There are environmental factors that come into play that cause this to happen when a carpet is freshly cleaned. The last thing anyone wants to see is rippling or buckling in their carpets. Luckily, this is only temporary, and it will not last!