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Using Borax as a carpet cleaner

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Using Borax as a carpet cleaner

I tried cleaning honey out of the carpet 3 times with my Bissell Steam Vac. After an ant invasion I realized there was still some honey deep in the carpet and possibly through the backing. I treated the area with borax and now it’s finally clean. No more dirt sticking to the area at all. Now on to the ants….

3 Carpet Cleaning Tips | Home Hack

Monday, March 27th, 2017

3 Carpet Cleaning Tips | Home Hack

Michelle Hinckley, 4men1lady blogger, shares three tricks for keeping your household carpets clean.

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How to Paint Around Trim

How to Lay Painting Tape

4 Painting Home Hacks

How to Clean Grout

How to Caulk

Difference Between Caulking and Weather Stripping

3 Ways to Cut Energy Costs

3 Natural Pesticides

How to Remove a Scratch from Wood Floors

How to Remove Stains from Carpet

3 Carpet Cleaning Tips

Easy Way to Hang a Picture

How to Hang a Gallery Wall

How to Spackle a Wall

5 Projects that Cost Less Than a TV

How to Paint Chevron Stripes

7 Ways to Use WD-40

3 Ways to Cut Energy Costs

How to Hang a Wreath Without a Nail

5 Uses for Baking Soda

How to Refinish Cabinets

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ROI math for carpet cleaning (training)

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

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My Home Rug Cleaning Process – Carpet Cleaning in NYC

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

My Home Rug Cleaning Process – Carpet Cleaning in NYC

We apply 7 steps process for cleaning area rugs in our NYC facility
from inspection and documenting the rug’s condition to deep vacuuming , rinsing and stain removal.
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My Home Carpet & Upholstery Care

460 Park Avenue South, New York,
NY 10016
(212) 658-0618

Carpet Cleaning: “What Now!” ~ 1960 Monsanto – National Institute of Rug Cleaning

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Carpet Cleaning: “What Now!” ~ 1960 Monsanto – National Institute of Rug Cleaning

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“On carpet cleaning. Nice sequence of late 1950s-early 1960s teenagers dancing in living room, making mess.”

Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound.

Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).

Carpet cleaning, for beautification, and the removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern… Sanitary Maintenance magazine reports that carpet cleaning is widely misunderstood, and chemical developers have only within recent decades created new carpet-care technologies. Particularly, encapsulation and other green technologies work better, are easier to use, require less training, save more time and money, and lead to less resoiling than prior methods.

Within the USA, the professional carpet-cleaning industry is primarily educated and unofficially governed by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)… It accepts five basic dry and wet professional cleaning methodologies…

Hot water extraction vs steam cleaning

Although there is an industrial cleaning process that is in fact steam cleaning, in the context of carpet cleaning, “steam cleaning” is usually a misnomer for or mischaracterization of the hot water extraction cleaning method. The hot water extraction cleaning method uses equipment that sprays heated water (not steam), sometimes with added cleaning chemicals, on the carpet while simultaneously vacuuming the sprayed water along with any dislodged and dissolved dirt. Many carpet manufacturers recommend professional hot water extraction as the most effective carpet cleaning method. Actual steam could damage manmade carpet fibers or shrink natural fibers such as wool.

The primary advantage of the hot water extraction cleaning method is that effective cleaning is possible using only hot water, or hot water with very dilute detergent solutions. This avoids the problems associated with detergent residues…

The primary disadvantage of the hot water extraction cleaning method is that 100% of the water used cannot be removed. If poor water extraction is achieved, in conditions of high humidity, mold growth could occur…

In high-pressure hot water extraction (“steam cleaning”), after preconditioning, with alkaline agents such as ammonia solution for synthetic carpets or acidic solution (such as vinegar solution) for woolen carpets, and agitation with a grooming brush or an automatic scrubbing machine, a pressurized manual or automatic cleaning tool (such as a wand) passes over the surface several times to thoroughly rinse out all preconditioner, residue, and particulates. If an alkaline detergent is used on a woolen fibre, use of an acetic acid solution will restore neutral fiber pH. The acid rinse thus neutralizes the alkaline residues, and can contribute to softening cleaned fabrics.

The steam-cleaning system uses detergent-based solutions. The surface is saturated, typically taking 12-24 hours to dry. Some carpet-cleaning solutions are carbonated to dissolve organic material more effectively…


Many dry carpet-cleaning systems rely on specialized machines; dry carpet-cleaning machines include those manufactured by Brush and Clean, Host Dry, and Whittaker System. These systems are mostly technically “very low moisture” (VLM) systems, relying on dry compounds complemented by application cleaning solutions, and are growing significantly in market share due in part to their very rapid drying time, a significant factor for 24-hour commercial installations. Dry-cleaning and “very low moisture” systems are also often faster and less labor-intensive than wet-extraction systems.

Heavily soiled areas require the application of manual spotting, or of pretreatments, preconditioners, or “traffic-lane cleaners”, which are detergents or emulsifiers that break the binding of different soils to carpet fibers over a short period of time, commonly sprayed onto carpet prior to the primary use of the dry-cleaning system. One chemical dissolves the greasy films that bind soils and prevent effective soil removal by vacuuming. The solution may add a solvent like d-limonene, petroleum byproducts, glycol ethers, or butyl agents…

How To Apply Carpet Cleaning Products

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

How To Apply Carpet Cleaning Products

This guide shows you How To Apply Carpet Cleaning Products
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Oriental Rug Cleaning

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Oriental Rug Cleaning

Zerorez Visits a Home for Carpet Cleaning

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Zerorez Visits a Home for Carpet Cleaning

Valonda Calloway from My Carolina Today and Sam Andrews, GM of Zerorez, visit a home to discuss how Zerorez can clean and sanitize your home with empowered water.

Affordable & Professional Organic Carpet Cleaning | Green & Eco Friendly

Sunday, March 12th, 2017

Affordable & Professional Organic Carpet Cleaning | Green & Eco Friendly

Hello Future Carpet Cleaning Clients:

My name is Troy Meacham and I am the owner of Pink’s Carpet Cleaning. Pink’s specializes in organic carpet cleaning using 100% all natural cleaning agents. Our proprietary blend of green carpet cleaning solutions helps Pink’s Carpet Cleaning surpass other carpet cleaners in quality, by far.

When I started Pink’s, I wanted to make sure I gave my carpet cleaning customers the best quality carpet cleaning at an affordable price. By formulating my own carpet cleaning solution, I realized I had more control over the results as opposed to the other carpet cleaning companies in Moreno Valley and Riverside. Most of the carpet cleaners in Moreno Valley and Riverside use CHEMICALS that most of the time are left in the carpet. As these chemicals dry, they become air borne. We avoid using any type of carpet cleaning chemicals that would harm ANYTHING or ANYONE. We use only our all natural proprietary blend to provide top quality and affordable green organic carpet cleaning.

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Professional Indian Carpet Cleaning at Amin Carpets

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Professional Indian Carpet Cleaning at Amin Carpets

282 Changi Road Singapore 419761