As much as 75% of the soil in your carpet is tracked in by your shoes.
Using mats inside and outside will reduce the amount of soil in your
carpet. This will save you time and money throughout your carpet's life.
Vacuuming removes a portion of dry soil that can reduce the effectiveness
of fabric protection and cause damage to carpet fibers, resulting in
accelerated wear. According to the Carpet & Rug Institute, vacuuming
can remove up to 80 percent of dry soil not caught by mats.
It is very important to clean your carpet before it shows soil. Clean
carpet lasts longer because it has less dirt; which is an abrasive
that scratches and dulls carpet fibers. Frequent professional cleanings will extend the life of your carpet. CARPET IS EXPENSIVE - CARPET CLEANING IS INEXPENSIVE. The average cost to replace carpet in an average size home is $5,000-10,000.
Many stains are much easier to remove if no cleaning products are used. Please call us if you have questions about a stain and what cleaner to use.
Oxiclean, Resolve and the majority of cleaners will often make stains more difficult to remove and sometimes will set stains! Oxiclean has been known to turn spots pink due to its extreme ph.
1. Always blot the spills using a clean absorbent cloth. Hot water
may be added to the cloth to increase effectiveness.
2. If stains remain, try “Spot Shot” or "Folex" for general stains
or “Urine-Off” for pet stains & odors. Or visit for www.carpet-rug.org for other CRI Seal of Approval Products. As with any cleaning product - always test in an inconspicuous area for color fastness.
3. DO NOT overuse product.
4. NEVER combine or try multiple cleaners on stains or spots
If stains remain, please leave for a capet cleaning professional.
Keep your home cleaner, fresher, brighter ... longer.
The advanced chemistry of fabric protection alters the molecular charge
on the textile fibers to prevent stains and soil from sticking to the
fibers. This results in the highest level of protection from spills
and tracked in soils.
We highly recommended the use of fabric protection!