Without doubt there is one question I get asked by customers time and time again. And no it's not, "How much is cleaning my carpets or upholstery going to cost?" That doesn't seem to be a major concern. It seems that a lot of people, especially those with new carpet or upholstery are more worried about how long their furnishings will last. What I have
Almost every householder has made this mistake... They spend a fortune on their beautiful carpets and upholstery. Take all the necessary maintenance measures, like spot cleaning and regular vacuuming. Until eventually they realise that their carpet or upholstery needs to have a proper clean. The furnishings look dull and the fresh smell that was there has long gone.
Bonnet pads being used for carpet cleaning is not a new thing and they have been around for a long time. This is a product that has evolved and changed quite a bit over the last 30 years. Once used only by carpet dry cleaning companies, they have now come to be an essential part of any good carpet cleaners
So what exactly is carpet stain protection treatment and how does it work? Believe it or not this is NOT a question that most customers ask. Usually the only concerns are, how much does it cost, and how long will it last. Now considering the cost and that this is a chemical treatment applied after
I know it's a strange heading for an article, but here in Adelaide where we do business. We come across a lot of them. I spend a lot of time on the phone talking to customers. I'm always surprised by the amount misconceptions people have in regard to our industry. So I think a good
Carpet dry cleaning vs steam cleaning, which one is best? It's one of the most frequent questions I get asked... And no, it's not "How long will it take for my carpets to dry?", though I must say, that comes in a close 2nd! It's wanting to know the difference between dry cleaning or steam
If you've ever wondered how to get rid of dust mites, what exactly they are and how their presence can affect you. Then this article is for you. Dust mites, unfortunately for people who suffer allergies, are everywhere. They are found throughout the home, but are so small they are invisible to the naked eye. On