Whether it’s spills, Uh-Oh’s, “Quick Fido had an accident” or just “who can we call about this? ” Check these out. We hope they help you!
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There are approximately 250,000 sweat glands in a pair of feet, and they excrete as much as half a pint of moisture each day. Good reason to clean your carpets!!
Why should you scotchgard your carpet after some years?
Scotchgard protects against both oil and water based stains / fibers resist soiling better / Spills on Scotchgard protected carpet can easily be removed before they become stains / helps stains release more easily when carpet & upholstery is cleaned / helps carpet & upholstery stay clean longer / it is effective against fruit drinks, soft drinks & frozen fruit treats.
Improves vacuuming – Vacuuming is actually more effective with the carpet has Scotchgard protector applied. Dirt is more easily removed, and requires fewer passes with the vacuum cleaner.
Simplifies spill cleanup – It helps keep spills from becoming hard-to-remove spots or stains. Scotchgard repels liquids, so spills can be removed quickly and easily.
Professional application – The best time to apply Scotchgard protector is right after a Profession Cleaning; I WILL ensure that the product is applied correctly. Regular vacuuming & prompt cleanup of any spills will help maintain that freshly cleaned look for a long time.
Radio spot through KUIK & the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce. (ugh, hate to hear my own voice! Kelly – lol!!)
Did you know cleaning your carpet with some professional carpet cleaners can actually void your warranty? Ask us who & why that’s so.
A Dusty little secret from Good Housekeeping Mag. – Each year, a typical 6 room home accumulates 40 pounds of dust! This is shed skin, dander & fibers from your family, pets, furniture plus dirt, pollen & other grime from outdoors. Yuck! Let’s get those vacuums going!
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60% of household dust comes from outside, most significantly, from shoes! So you have to leave the footwear in the foyer or mudroom upon entering your home.
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To clean up a red wine spill or other spills – don’t throw that towel down yet! Pour table salt on it first. Wait until it soaks it up then scoop it up. Then if there is any residual left, clean with a little white vinegar & water or soap & water.
If it won’t come out – CALL US!
We have ways of dealing with naughty spots!!
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