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Removing Blood From Carpet
by robert dixon on August 11, 2015 at 5:50 PM
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Blood stains can be especially difficult to remove because the hemoglobin in the blood acts as a binder when it contacts oxygen and binds with the material in the carpet. You may want to try a test application on a small, hidden spot to be sure it does not damage the color or fibers of your carpet.
Carpet Cleaning Houston
by robert dixon on June 10, 2015 at 5:20 PM
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The challenge to remove old nasty pet stains from carpeting is one of the most perplexing tasks any homeowner or professional carpet cleaner can meet. Many people choose to tackle the job themselves using homemade cleaners. It should be noted that vinegar, while a good natural stain remover, is actually the worst thing you can use for removing pet stains. Vinegar is acidic, which makes it good for breaking down stains you can see. However that acidic base shares some properties and compounds found in animal urine.
Urine and Vinegar have a similar pH level. Animals always urinate based on scent. This is true for both cats and dogs. Cats use a litter box based on the odor. Dogs sniff out an area to find where they have gone before and will continue to go in that spot. Because vinegar has a pH balance similar to urine, cats and dogs are both likely to mistake the smell of vinegar for that of urine. In turn they are likely to go to the bathroom in that spot again.
Rug Cleaning - Houston (832)435-6054
by robert dixon on May 9, 2015 at 2:19 PM
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Keeping your carpets and rugs clean is important if you want to your home looking and smelling fresh. Carpets that aren?t regularly cleaned hold dust and allergens in them, which can not only stress your body, but also cause many issues in the long-run. At R&R CARPET CLEANING we care about your rugs and fine fabrics. That's why we provide the best in green cleaning, pet odor and spot removal, and fabric protection. We only use products and methods that are safe for the environment.
Pet Stain Removal
by robert dixon on May 9, 2015 at 2:08 PM
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When you determine which areas are soiled, clean those areas thoroughly. If your pet can still smell his personal scent, he'll continue to return to the "accident zone." Remember just because you can't smell traces of urine, your pet can, so you must be sure to remove that odor completely. This means following all the recommended cleaning steps. If you fail to completely clean the area, your re-training efforts will be useless. Once it's clean, make those areas unattractive and/or unavailable to your pet. Visit our website to learn more. http://www.randrcarpetcleaning.com/ http://w.singlepage.com/rr-carpet-cleaning/menu http://cleanmycarpet.simplybook.me/sheduler/manage/
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