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What's in your carpets?
Roughly about 79% of soils found in carpeting are insoluble (meaning it won't be dissolved with chemicals) and should be removed by vacuuming . Dry particle does the most damage to fibers by nicking and abrading them which causes light to reflect off of them in different directions and makes your traffic areas appear dull and dingy . Example: take a small clear piece of plastic and rub it back and forth on concrete, no matter how much you clean it, it will always appear dull and dingy.
Routine vacuuming of your carpeting several times a week is the best preventative maintenance to help your carpets stay cleaner and maintain its appearance over its lifetime. Concentrate on entryways into a room especially off of a hard surfaced floor or in front of an outside door that immediately places foot traffic onto carpeting. Vacuum these areas with slow passes in both directions up to about 6 feet.
Does your carpet cleaner vacuum before they start the cleaning process? If not they should because it is one of the most important steps of the cleaning process and you are paying to have your carpets cleaned.
Call Absolutely Kleen today for the most thorough carpet cleaning in the Daphne, Fairhope and Spanish Fort area.
12/26/2016 04:43:29 am
So good post. Thank for share
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My name is Larry Henson and I'm the owner and operator of Absolutely Kleen established in 1986.