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post #41 of Old 05-14-2012, 06:04 AM
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Carpet cleaning is a very important at home because if you don't clean carpet time to time then it will looks dirty. I use carpet spot remover and other carpet cleaner liquid on the carpet which are give great look to the home.

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post #42 of Old 05-19-2012, 10:52 PM
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By far the most thorough method would be truck mounted steam carpet cleaning done by a professional like carpet cleaning misson viejo or a similar company with many years of experience. This is in my opinion the longest and most thorough long lasting clean in the industry.

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I definitely will have to agree that for professional carpet cleaning truck mounted steam cleaning can't be beat if done properly by a skilled technician.

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i like your tips! great!
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post #45 of Old 10-08-2012, 08:39 PM
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for me the most effective methods of carpet cleaning is the "steam cleaning" used by professionals
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We use a rotation on some commercial accounts. We will steam clean every 4th cleaning and use encap on the other times. Seem to work our really well. Our customers are happy.

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post #47 of Old 11-03-2012, 04:49 AM
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Wow... Great place for great info about carpet care... My puppy Poogie is more important member of our family than others and her fur is like sets stuck to the carpet and my 2 yrs old daughter Angela also plays and rolls over the carpet making it very important for us to keep the carpet clean all the time. Afterall love is at a place and hygiene over it. We generally use vacuum cleaner but sometimes even that doesn't work out. we have to use foam, shampoo but its difficult to do that by myself. I take help of a carpet cleaning company and they know their job well. almost every 3 months i get my carpet cleaned professionally and keep the home fresh!
Is there any way we can get professional like cleaning ourselves?
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post #48 of Old 11-08-2012, 09:41 AM
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Yes it is very nice tips to clean a carpet. I like it most and once again thanks for sharing it at here. I am looking such kind of tips and now I have got it. I have also share it with my friends.
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post #49 of Old 11-10-2012, 11:19 AM
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Yes it is very nice tips to clean a carpet. I like it most and once again thanks for sharing it at here. I am looking such kind of tips and now I have got it. I have also share it with my friends.
You are right Halbert, its always gud to know new things and let others know too. If you really like such things then let me tell you bout some carpet cleaning tips in here. if you have some ink stains, then alcohol works wonders to remove them, and vinegar with equal amount of water is great for coffee stains and dish washer liquid with luke warm water takes care of choc or wine stains. And if they dont work, there are many companies offering professional carpet cleaning.
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You are right Halbert, its always gud to know new things and let others know too. If you really like such things then let me tell you bout some carpet cleaning tips in here. if you have some ink stains, then alcohol works wonders to remove them, and vinegar with equal amount of water is great for coffee stains and dish washer liquid with luke warm water takes care of choc or wine stains. And if they dont work, there are many companies offering professional carpet cleaning.
Your tips are real good Kenneth. I tried them over choc stains and they work... I have something more to add to it.. Rather than opting for pro help for carpet cleaning, you can go for a head mount solution tank type carpet cleaner which cleans carpet perfectly and here you can choose the detergent yourself to suit your carpet type... What say Kenneth? I am telling that as i have myself used them and that is real good.
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The carpet cleaner applies a liquid foam crystallizing shampoo to your carpet, allows it to dry, and then, without rinsing, removes the dried shampoo into a vacuum. Only the most expensive shampoos actually crystallize; most leave a sticky residue behind
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I know very well cleaning a carpet is difficult and time consuming work. If you have limited time and the budget than cleaning yourself is better option to compare hired a professional. First of all you vacuuming your carpet and dry it then you use simple water to apply for cleaning.

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Great advice! Im planning on adding carpet cleaning, so I'm sure this thread will come in handy when I do
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post #54 of Old 02-10-2013, 10:23 PM
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Thanks for sharing, really good tips.

I prefer dry clean. The best part about dry cleaning is there is no drying time whatsoever. Your carpets are ready to walk on. This makes dry cleaning ideal for families.
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I'd say that hot water extraction is the best method of cleaning carpets over shampooing and other methods. This method involves super heated water, detergent and a whole lot of scrubbing and suction action. This causes all the dirt embedded in your carpets to be sucked out...

Well, thats my 2 cents!

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The best way to clean carpets which is most commonly used is steam cleaning and hot water extraction. Some other can also be implemented that is foam cleaning, shampoo cleaning. White carpet can be challenging; thus it is recommended to deep-clean white carpet every 12 months instead of waiting until seeing the first signs of soiling.
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post #57 of Old 07-20-2013, 03:21 AM
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Best low priced alternative is a great old scrub brush which is very good alternative to steam cleaning. I favor a flat supported wooden hard-bristled brush for the task. You will also need a small pitcher of hot water and a bucket of water with the washing solution. Towels, or in addition to this white meal towels, may also be essential.
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Carpet cleaning with vacuum

There are many option for cleaning the carpet. One may also try vacuum cleaning with their best vacuum cleaner. Other options can also be carried out whichever is prove best.
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post #59 of Old 08-16-2013, 05:23 PM
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That is great information on carpet cleaning
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post #60 of Old 08-20-2013, 05:22 AM
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Best carpet cleaning techniques

One of the best way to have our carpets cleaned is hiring a professional cleaner. They have the knowledge and experience to do it neatly. Some of the cleaning companies are insured, thus even if any damage occurs then the company will compensate for it. There are several ways in which they do their work. One of them is cleaning the carpet using Steam.
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