If you just have some small stains in your carpet, I wouldn't hire anyone to clean your carpets for you. I use a product called Odor-Z-Way in my business and the product works great. We have pulled red wine, blood, grease, and several other stains out of customer's carpets. I have also found that it works great for pulling odors out too. You should check this stuff out before paying a ton to get you carpets cleaned.
I have never heard of Odor-Z-Way, but I use a product called Genie Wonder Cleaner. It pulls out blood, wine, rust, grease, easily and quickly. It pulled out 7 year old blood stains from a blanket I had. It's bio degradable and has no phosphates. Our family loves it. :thumbup:
You can do better if you trying things work on your own, but if you think you wasted bunch of money without any result stop it. Go for where you can spend less and none time consuming.
Thinking like that make your life easier and do better for the next time.
well if you want some thing more in term of cleaning than can move to other that is more reliable and has brand name in it self , try it and see, cos they have been using a great technique for the same
While looking for the best carpet cleaning provider have this in mind:
-The "Professionalism" of the Company- read some feedback or some reviews
-Is The Company and Are The Technicians performing the work in your home certified by the IICRC: make a request for them to bring their IICRC identification card along with them to show you.
-Is the company insured and (if they have hired help) bonded?
-Look at the customer testimonials on their website.-this can help but only if the testimonials are genuine and really coming from clients.
Ahhhh.....ok. The OP is just using this site for SEO purposes. I didn't pick that up originally. lol!
Well, anyway.... on topic, you just have to watch out for these $9.95 a room, fly by night, low balling chumps. They are
a dime a dozen and typically use the Bait and Switch tactic. I would call them my only competition, but that would be
giving them WAY too much credit. I just call them the "bottom feeders". They eventually starve and go away. haha
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