What method do you use for carpet cleaning?

Carpet Cleaning PhoenixAs a full service carpet and home cleaning Service Company, we provide a Two-Step deep cleaning system for cleaning carpets. In addition, our carpet cleaning process also includes extra steps that will help to guarantee our customer’s satisfaction.

Our cleaning process first consists of an inspection of the area that is to be treated. The inspection takes place as soon as our carpet cleaning technicians arrive. They will be prepared to inspect the carpet by performing a walk through and identifying all soiled, damaged, and/or pet stains on the carpet. This information will then be noted as the cleaning process continues.

Before our carpet cleaning technicians can begin, furniture must be moved away from the area needing to be cleaned. Any heavy or breakable furniture will need to be moved by the homeowner due to our strict industry safety standards. Although, our technicians are able to assistance in moving most light furniture, if needed.

Once our technicians have inspected the carpet and ensured that all furniture has been moved, our carpet cleaning method can now begin!

Our Two-Step Deep Cleaning System:

Step One – Cleaning: We use a non-toxic and special heat activated carpet cleaning solutions for our first step.

  • Our non-toxic cleaning solutions ensure that no matter what fibers the carpet is made of, it will be clean without any damages.
  • Our special heat activated cleaning solutions is used to help loosen the dirt that has become embedded due to high traffic area, pets, and/or spills.

Step Two – Rinsing: For our rinsing process, our carpet cleaning technicians use high-powered equipment and a PH-balancing fiber rinse.

  • Our high-powered extraction equipment will rinse the carpet without excessively wetting the carpet.
  • Our PH-balancing fiber rinse alongside with our extraction equipment will ensure that all cleaning solutions, water, and traces of debris will be removed.

Once our two-step deep cleaning system has been performed, our carpet cleaning technicians will go through another inspection, to compare notes from the first inspection. This step allows our technicians to look over the cleaned carpet with the homeowner and fix any issues, if found. It is important to us that ALL of our customers feel content and satisfied with our services and we will do our part to make sure this occurs.

The Best DIY Stain Removal Solution For Grass Stains

It’s officially summer and while many of the adults and parents are trying to stay cool inside, children seem to ignore the high heat and continue on strong with their outside adventures in the yard. Within the yard there are an abundance of things to explore but one of these “things” can cause the parents to feel discouraged as their children head inside.

Having grass in the yard, especially in Phoenix, is a wonderful thing during the summer. When watered and cared for correctly, the yard can give a cool and refreshing appeal to the home and a perfect place to sit and have picnics in the summer. Although, if you have ever ran and fallen on the grass while playing a game of “catch”, then you are well aware of how easy it is to get grass stains on your clothes. Unfortunately, grass stains may be easy to get but are very stubborn stains to remove.

In fact, I recall how upset my mother used to get when I would come inside with green colored knee caps on my jeans. Nonetheless, no stubborn stains could fight of my mother’s determination. As always, she was able to remove the grass stain that had initially caused her stress.

So, what is the secret?

Have you ever tried scrubbing and pouring hot water on your grass stain, only to see it wash after wash?

Well, then you must be doing it all wrong. There are two key factors in removing grass stains or any stains, for that matter. The key factors are…

  1. Ingredients Used
  2. *Method of Removing Stain

*With many stains, a dabbing motion is a key factor to lifting and removing a stain when considering the method of removing stains.

Let’s Begin Removing Grass Stains!

You will need:  1 part Dish Soap to 2 parts Hydrogen Peroxide and an old toothbrush.

  • Quickly look over the stain and estimate how much of your grass stain removal solution you will need (you will want enough coat the entire stain with a thin layer, at least two times).
  • Begin mixing your solution in a small bowl with 1 part dish soap to 2 parts hydrogen peroxide.
  • Grab an old toothbrush to use as a scrubbing tool.
  • Apply the stain removal solution directly on the stain and let it soak for about 10 minutes.
  • After 10 minutes, with circular motions, begin lightly scrubbing the stained material with an old toothbrush (do this until the majority of the stain is removed).
  • Add a bit more stain removal solution on top of the stain, and let it soak in for an additional 10 minutes.
  • Again, after 10 minutes, begin scrubbing in small circular motions until the grass stain is completely gone.
  • Grass Stain Is Now Removed!!

Don’t forget to launder your clothes afterwards for guaranteed stain free garment!

Are other stains bothering you? Our blog provides many tips in removing a number of stains, such as Removing The “Four C’s”!

Do you have stubborn carpet stains?  Carpet Cleaning Service AZ is the expert in Carpet Stain Removals! We fully understand the importance of clean carpets and will take the time-no matter the length-to professionally deep-clean them. Call us today at (602) 633-2015 for more information!

Nail Polish Should Be On Your Nails NOT Your Carpet

It is never fun when you realize you have a carpet stain, but what makes it even worse is finding out what kind of stain you have to deal with. Nail polish is one of those stains that we never want to have because it can come in a variety of bright and opaque colors that is not friendly to any light colored carpet. Although, with a bit of acetone, patience, and a few other things, you will be able to get rid of those annoying stains!

The best and effective way to remove nail polish from carpet is to use acetone. Although, do not pour the acetone directly over stain and carpet because it is a strong chemical. It can destroy the backing of your carpet! We recommend using a  wash cloth and soaking one corner with acetone so that you will have more control when performing a dabbing motion over the nail polish stain.

Note: Do not scrub stain, this will cause you to spread the stain even further onto other parts of the carpet.

After you have dabbed acetone on the stain, use a dry corner from the wash cloth and perform a dabbing motion once more over the stain. This is going to help to remove any excess acetone that can damage your carpet and any of the nail polish that was able to lift from the carpet fibers. Then grab another wash cloth and begin dabbing and patting the stained area to help extract any leftover debris.

Not finished yet, grab some All Purpose Spotter!

The last step in removing pesky nail polish stains on carpet is to moderately apply All Purpose Spotter on the treated area and begin applying more pressure in a dabbing motion with a dry wash cloth to dry the area and remove any more debris that was not removed when removing the excess acetone.

Done, Nail polish is gone!

So, the next time you spill nail polish on the carpet, no need to stress. Just dash across the room for a few wash cloths, acetone, and all purpose spotter!

You Will Never Guess What Keeps Your Dog Off The Couch; It Will Have You Saying, “I knew that!”

Having furry pets as family members can be quite rewarding. They provide unconditional love, cuddles, and joy to their families. These are all perfect examples of what we can expect from our furry companions, and the expectations do not end there. As our parents have always said, “Taking care of a pet is a BIG responsibility”. This means that you can expect the teething phase in puppies, the scratching of furniture in cats, and even the occasional potty accidents in all young pets. Although, if you expect your puppy to know that the couch is off limits, you are about to be disappointed!

As the “master” or “alpha” of our furry family, we must understand that these actions are created through habits. If you do not wish to allow your pets to be on the couch, then make sure that you train your pet to know so. One of the biggest stains in Upholstery Cleaning is the drool marks of dogs who clearly love to do their bathing on the couch, sofa, or loveseat. For this reason, it is sensible to want to make furniture off limits to them.

So, how do we get our pets off the couch and off for good?

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Earth Day Carpet Cleaning Tips: The Four C’s

Carpet Cleaning Service AZEarth day is tomorrow and what better way to help support environmental protecting by providing earth friendly carpet cleaning tips. This annual event, which started in 1970, is celebrated worldwide in hopes to bring awareness and protection to Earth. With many vehicles, power plants, and fossil fuel all around us, it is important to help do our part and give our environment a rest. In fact, our recommended green products are made from Earth.

Water and Vinegar: Going green does not have to be hard. By having water and vinegar available, you will be able to replace many household cleaners that contain many strong chemicals and odors. This includes solutions used to clean greasy stove tops, toilet scum, and even a variety of stains in carpets!

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Consider Your Indoor Air Quality

Many people suffer from hypersensitive immune systems which can cause a sneezing and coughing fury whenever allergens are present. These small antigens can be found throughout the air on a breezy spring day from the blooming flowers and their pollen. There are many different types of allergens that can trigger this response in sensitive individuals and they are not only found outside. Many allergens are brought from outside sources and are then brought indoors through a variety of surfaces. These surfaces can include shoes, clothes, hands, and other fibers of material.

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Replacing A Carpet Isn’t As Easy As You Think!

When thinking about getting a new carpet or replacing an old one there are a lot of factors that need to be taken into consideration.  What kind of fiber you want, the type of pile and density, the weight and texture are some of the most important factors.

Carpet Fibers

The term fiber refers to the material of the carpet itself.  This can either be made from wool and other natural materials or from synthetic materials which include acrylic, polyester, nylon and olefin.  All these fibers have their pros and cons and you should go over them before making a purchase.

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DIY Carpet Projects

 

After surfing the web for hours, I finally came upon a perfect project for all you Carpet Lovers. I call this a DIY Carpet Projects, or in other words, Do It Yourself Carpet Projects.

We all know how expensive carpet can be and yet how inexpensive a floor mat can be. Although, if you love printed patterns, you usually have to pay a little extra. The truth is if you are handy with your hands then you can end up creating your own styles and patterns for much less. I found two fairly intermediate projects that anyone with time and a creative mind can do.

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Hardwood Floors: Cleaning Tips!

Hardwoods floors can give a home an elegant and well-furnished sense of class. With the right color of paint for the walls, and the perfect accessories of frames and artwork, a room can be transformed. Although, there comes the time where the hardwood floors begin to look dull and loses its gleaming shine. Many people would believe that soap, water, and a mop will do the trick. Truth is, it will only add to the dull appearance.

 

Others may say, just add wax and polish away…

Again, there is more to know before attempting to clean your hardwood floors. In order to properly clean hardwood floors, you must first determine if the floor is sealed? There are a few methods to sealing hardwood floors. For most new hardwood floors, they are surfaced-sealed with the use of urethane, polyurethane, or polyacrylic. The surfaces become stain and water-damage resistant. If you own surface-sealed floors, then cleanup is as easy as sweeping, mopping, and letting it dry.

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