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How To Clean Upholstery Stains

3 June 2017

We are all well aware of the fact that upholstery is one of the most difficult things for cleaning at our homes. The problem lies in the fact that textile is really delicate and fragile. And as it is according to Murphy’s law for sure there will be a situation in our daily life that will end up in having a stain on the textile. Stains are so many and different – beer, wine, juice, chocolate, coffee and even chewing gum. And the methods for cleaning them are just a few. So what should we do? The qualities of a housewife appear to be judged according to the fact how clean her home is – then stains are completely unacceptable, but how to clean upholstery stains?

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How to remove greasy, ink and wine carpet stains?

29 May 2017

Cleaning Greasy Stains

When the greasy stain is already a fact, it is not necessary to waste time for investigating where the stain came from. Getting nervous about it is also not a good idea. Instead you should take actions for removing it. It is well known that the best means against grease that those that are easily absorbed – talc, chalk, sawdust, farina soaked with gasoline. Pour some amount of one of these means over the stain and cover it with paper. Leave it to stay like this for a couple of hours, but the best will be to leave it for the entire night. On the next day you should use a clean paper to wipe it and gather everything. It is appropriate to clean with a vacuum cleaner after that.

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How to clean wool carpets?

25 May 2017

Why should we clean wool carpets?

Wool carpets are much “tender” than synthetic carpets and some rough and too active cleaning actions could damage the integrity of the fibers. That is why it is necessary to use the most delicate means and methods for cleaning them

The method for cleaning the wool carpets with snow is extremely appropriate in this case but under the condition that you take care for the perfect drying after that.

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Professional vs. domestic cleaning at the end of a tenancy

13 May 2017

If you’ve been renting and are moving out at the end of your tenancy, your landlord or letting agency will expect the property to be returned to them in immaculate condition. Failure to do so can result in a partial or total withholding of your deposit as you leave.

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Carpet cleaning when moving out

27 April 2017

When your rental property lease comes to an end, you’ll inevitably be busy packing your belongings and sorting out new accommodation. Amidst the chaos of moving out, one of the tasks you’ll normally be asked to fulfil as part of your contract is getting the carpets cleaned.

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7 ideas for dealing with mould

14 April 2017

Mould is among the “guests” that no one would want in your home – annoying and stubborn, difficult to expel. Cleaning is a task to be undertaken not just for aesthetic purposes, but pragmatic ones – to ensure the health of all at home. Never underestimate against mould, especially with mould spores that appear again and again. Let us not forget that DPI “pests” are the main culprits in most cases the development of respiratory diseases.

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Cleaning carpets with methods that are not so popular

20 March 2017

Carpet Cleaning Using Sauerkraut

No, we have not changed the subject of our blog, we are not going to talk about cooking ๐Ÿ˜‰. It is true that no matter that it sounds quite strange sauerkraut is one of the most natural and environmentally friendly means for cleaning carpets.

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How much does steam cleaning cost?

6 March 2017

If you want to really enjoy clean, fresh carpets that are restored to their full glory, then steam cleaning is the service you need. Deep steam cleaning involves cleaning and sanitising the carpet fibres by injecting them with a mix of specialist detergent and pressurised hot water. This ensures that the micro-organisms and dirt hiding deep within the pile are completely removed – something that doesn’t happen with dry carpet cleaning and regular vacuuming. The service is carried out with specialist equipment – a hot water extraction machine. This also helps to reduce mould, allergens, mildew, fungi and even dust mites, all of which can negatively damage your health.

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How to Clean Upholstery From Stains at Home

28 February 2017

Our Upholstery at Home

We are all well aware of the fact that upholstery is one of the most difficult things for cleaning at our homes. The problem lies in the fact that textile is really delicate and fragile. And as it is according to Murphy’s law for sure there will be a situation in our daily life that will end up in having a stain on the textile. Stains are so many and different – beer, wine, juice, chocolate, coffee and even chewing gum. And the methods for cleaning them are just a few.

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Which carpet cleaning method is the best?

22 February 2017

 

Carpet cleaning, carpet shampooing, hot water extraction, dry steam cleaning, dry compound cleaning…. there are so many different names used for basically getting dirt out of your carpet, itโ€™s easy to get confused about what they all mean. To make matters worse, these words are often used incorrectly, sometimes deliberately to mislead the customer, and some, shall we say, less reputable companies will take advantage if you use a generic term, such as steam cleaning. If you don’t specify hot water extraction cleaning, you might end up with a  carpet cleaning company simply using a steam mop on your floors, which will not produce the same results. If in doubt, ask for a precise description of how your carpet is going to be cleaned, so you know exactly what carpet cleaning method you are getting.

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