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post #1 of Old 12-10-2009, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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Proper carpet cleaning

FOR BEST RESULTS SHAMPOO (WITH BRUSH), STEAM CLEAN AND DEODOURIZE. EVEN THOUGH MOST COMPANIES JUST STEAM CLEAN.<a href="http://www.cleancaresolution.com">toronto cleaning </a>
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post #2 of Old 12-14-2009, 03:24 AM
 
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I am not getting the purpose this link in this post. we all know that shampoo works fine in cleaning but why you try putting link in there.
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If you would like to make your carpet floor look ever superior I suggest you to use the less chemical cleaning products or green products. Therefore, they keep your carpet clean for longer period and your carpet floor looking-good too.
If you proper clean your carpet floor with chemical products solution maybe they reduce your carpet life.

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post #4 of Old 03-20-2010, 08:03 AM
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Hey I found this video demonstrating how to clean carpets:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53OiyYb845o

Hope this helps
that video doesn't show how to clean carpets, just spam for your company by the looks of it, which makes no sense as we are all cleaners here, so aren't going to give you a call
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Steam cleaning is one of the good methods of carpet cleaning. This helps you better than other methods if you have any stain on your carpet.

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I order stem cleaning at least twice an year. and it's ok for me. This is my favorite from the carpet cleaning services...


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post #7 of Old 09-14-2010, 11:08 AM
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[quote=rozy12;17659]Steam cleaning is one of the good methods of carpet cleaning. This helps you better than other methods if you have any stain on your carpet.

Yes, but some stains need more aggressive methods like dry cleaning. I also prefer the steam one but it's not that helpful.
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lol. brush shampooing is a waist of time sweat and chemicals, if you are steam cleaning the carpets. you can achieve the same results with vacuuming the carpets before steam cleaning!
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Every cleaner has his own way to clean and trickes. I prefer steam cleaning too

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I use the RotoVac 360 I Steam with high Pressure and Scrub all at the same time

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wow great machine. how much did that cost and do you find you use it enough?
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wow great machine. how much did that cost and do you find you use it enough?
This is what I do For a living, Cleaning Carpets
this is not just for a home unit.
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yeah i thought that this is primarily what this forum was for, actual cleaners? what i meant was that do you use it enough to warrant the cost of buying it, e.g. if you only use it once a month and it brings in safe 1k a year, but it costs 3k then it's hardly worth the bother etc.
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yeah i thought that this is primarily what this forum was for, actual cleaners? what i meant was that do you use it enough to warrant the cost of buying it, e.g. if you only use it once a month and it brings in safe 1k a year, but it costs 3k then it's hardly worth the bother etc.
I use it almost everyday
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fair enough. is this mostly for commercial work or do you use it for a lot of domestic work?
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fair enough. is this mostly for commercial work or do you use it for a lot of domestic work?
Mostly Homes, some Bars and Restaurants. I use the Rotovac with a Butler Van. http://www.butlersystem.com/

I also use it to clean tile grout by changing the head on it.
This is the carpet cleaning head below
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and this is the tile grout head

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The ultimate carpet cleaning system is the Rainbow Vac. Very impressive unit.
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Urine on carpet and upholstery
Soak up excess moisture with a white rag or paper towels.
Blot on a solution of 1/4 tsp. mild liquid laundry detergent and 1 cup (8 fl oz/250 ml)
warm water. Repeat until there is no more stain transferring to a towel or rag.
Blot with a solution of 2 tbsp. ammonia and 1 cup (8 fl oz/250 ml) water. Rinse with
warm water. Repeat. Blot dry.
4Blot the area with a solution of 1 cup (8 fl oz/250 ml) white vinegar and 2 cups
(16 fl oz/500 ml) water. Rinse.
5Cover with several layers of paper towels weighed down with a heavy, nonfading
object. Continue changing paper towels until the carpet is dry.



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post #20 of Old 12-11-2010, 03:24 AM
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when cleaning carpets..it is best to use mild chemicals because strong ones can further damage the carpet...organic carept cleaners are also best to use

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