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How To Clean Up Paint Spills

15th February 2012
Anytime you are painting around your home there is always a possibility of accidental paint spills. When an accidental paint spills happens you need to know the best way to clean it up properly so that is does not do any permanent damage to the surface th... Read >
Author: TonyEvans

Denver Carpet Cleaning Coupons | Printable Carpet Cleaning Coupons In Denver

23rd May 2011
Denver Carpet Cleaning Coupons offers a leading good quality carpet cleaning coupons such as shampoo, steam carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, Pet stain and odor removal and a lot much more. We recommend the hot water extraction cleaning method as the most he... Read >
Author: Bert Underwood

Carpet Shampoo, Steam Cleaning Or Vacuuming - What's Appropriate For Your Carpet?

21st January 2011
Need to you shampoo your carpet, steam clean it, or just vacuum it?  There is a good deal of confusion on what 's ideal for cleaning your carpet. Let's get a search at the terms, and then take a search at what's involved in truly obtaining your carpet cle... Read >
Author: Lucas Palmer

Different Carpet Padding Types: Which Works Best with What Type of Carpet?

11th November 2010
Different carpets work with different carpet padding types, and there are many types available in various materials and varying thicknesses. But before we delve into the merits of each one, let me first stress just how important the padding is in the gene... Read >
Author: Travis

IICRC test question examples.

01st March 2010
Taking the Carpet Cleaning exam for the IICRC can be daunting. But it doesn't have to be if you study. Here are some questions that will get you ready for the material and what to expect. Good luck.1. What is the ideal pH for cleaning wool:(A) wool is not... Read >
Author: Cliff Blanchard

Effective Pet Urine Odor Removing Home Remedies

29th September 2009
Once a dog or cat or any other animal urinates on the carpet they will continue to pee there. This is why it is called marking. The dog will continue to pee there. This act of urination not only leaves stains but also a nasty and horrible smell. Every pet... Read >
Author: Tom A Holen

Odor Elimination Methods: Pros and Cons

17th September 2009
Most people know that no matter how clean you get your home, odor problems can sometimes persist. Odor-causing agents like food, mold, mildew and pet urine have a way of getting inside nooks and cracks, and down deep into carpet fibers and padding. Often,... Read >
Author: Yodle

How Often Should You Vacuum?

10th August 2009
A common question about house cleaning is how often should the carpets be vacuumed? You may know someone who seems obsessed with vacuuming every day, or even multiple times each day. Others have a hard time finding the vacuum cleaner. So, what, you may wo... Read >
Author: rharrison98

How to treat nail problems in cats

02nd July 2009
Like any other animal, cats also have nails and at times these small nails can cause diseases and damage pet health. It is hence always recommended that you should groom your cat and bathe him or her on a regular basis to keep his nails clean and also cut... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Answering Your Carpet Questions

27th August 2008
There is little doubt that you know what a carpet is but do you know all of the different types of carpets that are out on the market? There is quite a bit of history attached to carpets and it may surprise you to find out how long they have been around a... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON
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