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5 Things to Look For in Assessing Your Carpet
Tired of Carpet Cleaners that promise clean, show up, run thru your house with their cleaning wand, leave your carpet wet for three days?
It’s the holidays, everyone is seated and ready to eat. Then as the gravy bowl is being carried into the dining room it slips out of your hands and you have a gravy spill all over the freshly cleaned white carpet.
Stiff and crunchy seems to be normal in the carpet cleaning industry. The answer from the cleaner is usually “oh just vacuum it and it will soften up”. Then to make things worse, within 7-10 days the carpet looks like it hasn’t been cleaned.
One of the most difficult odors for homeowners and carpet cleaners to remove has always been pet urine. Pet urine registers on the acid side of the pH scale, as the liquid evaporates an alkaline salt residue is left.
Walk off mats are necessary to the Colorado Springs home or business owner that wants to avoid dirt from embedding in and ruining carpet fibers.
Is it an outdated, over loaded, work horse of a vacuum? Has it been around for a while? Does it have a HEPA Filter system?