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Carpet Cleaning Chemicals – Are They 100% Safe?

If you’re considering having your carpet professionally cleaned, you may be asking yourself a few questions about the chemicals and the carpet cleaning process.  Over the past few years there have been many advancements around cleaning chemicals.  It’s safe to say that most reputable carpet cleaners are using eco-friendly, non-toxic cleaning products.  Honestly, there’s no reason to be concerned about the safety of carpet cleaning chemicals.  With recent advancements, carpet cleaning chemicals are more effective

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Purchasing New Carpet Tips

Purchasing New Carpet It’s not everyday that you find yourself purchasing new carpet so take it from a carpet cleaner, there’s a lot more to consider than simply cost. As the leading carpet cleaner in El Dorado County, we see many types of carpet on a daily basis. We know what holds up to heavy traffic, pet accidents, and the infamous “red dirt” in our area. Consider the retailer, the fiber and the pad. What

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DIY carpet cleaning tips
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Simple DIY Carpet Cleaning Tips

It’s easy to freshen up your home with these simple DIY carpet cleaning tips.  Below are three simple tips for removing some of the most common carpet stains, make-up, wine and wax.  You should always have a few clean, white cotton towels on hand for unexpected carpet spills.  Why white and why cotton?  Cotton is an excellent absorbing fiber and white towels won’t transfer color. Remove Make-Up from Carpet Ever spill liquid make-up on your

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carpet cleaning tips

Remove Toothpaste from Carpet

Some toothpaste contains peroxide, and because of this you’ll want to remove toothpaste from carpet as quickly as possible. Peroxide can lighten carpet fibers and cause permanent discoloration. Remove Toothpaste From Carpet To remove toothpaste from carpet, you will need clean white cloth or paper towels. You’ll also want to have a spoon and small bowl of water available. Begin by using a paper towel and pinch/lift motion to pull the toothpaste up and out

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Floor Cleaning and Restoration

Guide To Homemade Cleaning Solutions Work

Do-It-Yourself solutions are all the rage at the moment.       A homemade cleaning solution can be a safe, easy to make, and a cost effective option for keeping your home clean. Here are a few things you should know about homemade cleaning solution before you dive in. Homemade Cleaning Solutions Sanitize, but Don’t Disinfect. A homemade cleaning solution is not going to disinfect your hard surfaces.  Disinfection refers to killing all organisms and

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vacuum cleaner bag deodorizer
Floor Cleaning and Restoration

Vacuum Cleaner Bag Deoderizer

A vacuum cleaner bag deodorizer is a relatively new concept for an age old problem.  For those of us who still use a vacuum that requires a bag, this may be the new trick to solve a old problem.  Over time, vacuum cleaner bags can develop a musty smell that fills the room when you turn on your vacuum.  A vacuum cleaner bag deodorizer is easy to use, inexpensive and effective.  Here’s more information if

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removing ink from carpet, carpet cleaning tips, carpet care advice
Floor Cleaning and Restoration

Removing Ink from Carpet

Ink is typically a permanent stain, but if you get to it quickly you may have success with removing ink from carpet. There are three different DIY remedies that you can try to remove ink from your carpet. Hopefully, you’ve got one of these three household items around. Start by looking for either hairspray, Goof-Off (spray or aerosol version), or WD-40. These products all have some type of oil or lubricant and that’s what will

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is it better to wear shoes or go barefoot on carpet
Floor Cleaning and Restoration

Is it better to wear shoes or go barefoot on carpet?

UPDATE:  This article has been updated from it’s original version.  Originally, it stated that your feet have oil glands and the oil left behind on your carpet would attract soil.  This is not true!  It was brought to our attention by a reader that the soles of your feet do not have oil glands.  BUT they do have sweat glands.  The end result being similar. Many people think that going barefoot on carpet is best. 

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is it better to wear shoes or go barefoot on carpet
Floor Cleaning and Restoration

Is it better to wear shoes or go barefoot on carpet?

UPDATE:  This article has been updated from it’s original version.  Originally, it stated that your feet have oil glands and the oil left behind on your carpet would attract soil.  This is not true!  It was brought to our attention by a reader that the soles of your feet do not have oil glands.  BUT they do have sweat glands.  The end result being similar. Many people think that going barefoot on carpet is best. 

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Pollock Pines Carpet Cleaning

Ask around and you’ll discover that Carter’s Carpet Restoration is the best choice for Pollock Pines Carpet Cleaning.  In 1989 Dean Carter opened the small carpet cleaning business to provide the residents of Pollock Pines with the highest quality carpet cleaning available.  Over the years, the business has grown, however quality cleaning and customer service continue to be the foundation.  Carter’s Carpet Restoration offers Pollock Pines Carpet Cleaning Monday through Saturday. Pollock Pines Carpet Cleaning Snow and ice certainly

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