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post #41 of Old 05-27-2013, 10:16 AM
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We use the Hot water Extraction and Dry Compound method. Hot water extraction is great but can use a lot of water and leave a lot of water behind. In one floor businesses and homes we find it to be no problem. Businesses and homes two floors and up we use the Dry Compound method to prevent any chance of damaging the ceiling of the floor below us.

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post #42 of Old 07-18-2013, 03:11 PM
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We usually clean carpets after studying the type of carpet and stain. There is always some strategy to cleaning carpets. All of these tips are spot on, however we would say you should always take into consideration the materials and the substances involved in the stain.
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Keep in mind that the Hot water extraction method is the only method approved by carpet manufactures. Using other methods such as dry cleaning does not maintain the carpet warranty. Those that live in WA DKB Restoration provides carpet cleaning in the Olympia area and they use only the hot water extraction method. Also when choosing a professional carpet cleaner, you will get better results if they use a rotary extraction device such as the Rotovac.
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There are various methods being employed in carpet cleaning like those of Water extraction, Pad removal, Content manipulation, Deodorizing, Structural drying and steam cleaning. But best would be take the help of professional cleaner as they are best in their work.
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Steam cleaning is the best method.

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post #46 of Old 08-28-2013, 11:37 AM
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Here some carpet cleaning tips

One way to clean stains is with the use of a shop-vac. No, you canít just suck out the stain, but you can repeatedly wash and rinse the area, and suck out the solution each time. This is a more effective method than blotting up the water with cloth, mostly because you wonít have the patience to wash, rinse and extract enough times using paper towels or cloth.

Another little secret of the carpet cleaners is putting rugs outside and inside the front door. They can catch much of the dirt that people bring in on their feet. This isnít just about less vaccuuming, though. Dirt is like thousands of little blades that cut carpet fibers. The damaged carpet stains more easily then, and itís harder to remove the stains. An even better practice is to take off your shoes in the house.
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post #47 of Old 08-30-2013, 10:37 AM
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Carpet cleaning is one of the most important tasks to keep your home clean. You can easily keep your carpet clean and looking fresh and new by using the right tool like a carpet steam cleaner or vacuum cleaner.
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Thanks, very helpful.
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