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R&R CARPET CLEANING 

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Improved Look and Feel

Posted on January 6, 2021 at 11:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Having your carpet professionally cleaned will help to improve the look and the feel. As dirt and dust build up in the fibers, it causes the fibers to become matted, which makes the carpet look old and worn as well as feel rough and flat, regardless of how much padding is underneath. Expert cleaning helps to keep the dirt and dust from tearing away at the fibers in the carpet, which ultimately makes them look better and feel softer for a longer amount of time.

Carpet Cleaning Tips.

Posted on November 22, 2019 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (14)

Cleaning Carpet Spots and Spills

Here's Rule No. 1 regarding spots and spills on your carpeting: Clean them immediately. If you catch the spill when it's fresh, you've got a good chance of removing it totally. Consider these tips, too:

Carefully blot or scrape the entire area before applying any cleaning solution. Remove as much of the spill as possible.

Before using any cleaning solution, test your carpet in an inconspicuous area to make sure the cleaner won't damage or discolor it. Test the cleaning agents that you keep on hand before you have to use them to make sure they will not harm your carpet.

Do not rub the spill -- that might spread the problem to a larger area.

When you apply spot cleaner, work from the outside of the stain toward the inside to avoid spreading the stain. After applying a cleaning solution, blot up all the moisture.

A clean white bath towel is unsurpassed for drying carpet and brushing the nap back up to a standing position.

If you feel that there is still too much moisture after blotting the carpet, place a 3/4-inch-thick stack of white towels over the spot and weigh them down with a heavy object.





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