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Vacuum, Vacuum, Vacuum!

Carpet experts all agree that 74% to 79% of all soiling in carpets is dry (insoluable) and should be removed with dry extraction (vacuuming, commercial vacuuming, pile brushing) prior to getting a carpet wet. This dry soiling can wear down your carpet fibers and dramatically reduce the life of your carpet. It looks bad, sometimes smells bad and can leave your sock looking dirty. Solution: vacuum, vacuum, vacuum! This is my number 1 piece of advice to customers who ask what they can do to keep their carpets cleaner between cleanings. I also recommend having a carpet protection applied after carpet cleaning. The carpet protector won't cause wine or juice spills to bead up and magically w

Carpet Protector, the real story.

Carpet protector sometimes gets a bad reputation due to the misconception that your carpets will soil faster when carpet protector is applied. I know that some people have actually experienced this, so I'm not saying that it doesn't happen. The real story, however, is that the fault doesn't lie with the carpet protector, but the cleaning solution that was used before the protector was applied. You see, when a high PH carpet cleaning solution or detergent is used to clean your carpet and it isn't either rinsed thourougly and or neutralized somehow, it will attract low PH soiling more quickly, regardless of the carpet portector being applied. This is why it is important to know that the ca

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