flooring

How to Clean Different Types of Flooring in Your Home

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Confused about which cleaning method is best for you floor? Some cleaning solutions can work wonders on one kind of floor and wreak havoc on another. We thought we’d make it that little bit easier. So whatever your floor type, check out our top tips on how to keep them ship-shape. Carpets and Tiles Regular vacuuming is essential for carpets, as it prevents loose dirt and grit from working into the carpet pile where it will damage the fibres. Upright vacuum cleaners are best, especially those with revolving brushes to dislodge embedded dirt. Use the suction head for loop-pile carpets,…

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vacuum cleaner belts

Why Do My Vacuum Cleaner Belts Break?

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Snap! There goes another one. To avoid this from happening, I will go over a few tips that will help prevent belt breakage from occurring. Whether your vacuum cleaner is an upright or a canister with an electric power head, it most likely has a belt. Belts are simply bands of rubber made a specific size to work with specific machines. There are many different sizes for the thousands of vacuum cleaners that exist in households today. One of the first things to look for when trying to fix a problem with a belt is to make sure that the…

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upholstery cleaning

Upholstery Cleaning Facts For Consumers

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Did you know there are many different types of carpet and upholstery fabrics and fibers, and they all have their own individual cleaning requirements? Additionally depending on the type of soils localized furniture cleaning with the right chemical is essential, and this should occur before commencing a general upholstery cleaning process, to get the best results on your expensive upholstery every time! By far the easiest fabric to clean is micro-suede commonly known as microfibre suede. Some upholstery cleaners call themselves “Micro-Suede Specialists” but this is a joke as micro-suede cleans up like brand new almost every time! The only…

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silk

Silk: The Pros and the Cons

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Silk is one of the more sensual fabrics that is often used throughout the home for everything from curtains to a designer upholstery material for walls and furniture. One of the primary benefits of this material remains the elegant appearance and the classical yet luxurious look that it instantly adds to any home. There are quite a few benefits to investing in silk, or even faux silk. There are also quite a few downfalls that customers should be aware of before spending their hard earned money. Wear and Tear: Silk is known for showing normal wear and tear easier than…

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wet-dry vacuum

Benefits Of A Wet-Dry Vacuum Cleaner

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The vacuum cleaner is perhaps the best all-around cleaning tool that we can avail of today. Some vacuums are designed to clean wide spaces in a short period of time while other vacuum cleaners specialize in cleaning narrower spaces easily. Some can store a huge amount of dirt in one cleaning while some can be easily stored and carried around. Some have multiple cleaning heads that you can replace according to what area you are cleaning and some have long extensions that you can use to reach the dust up there in the ceiling. Some can thoroughly clean hard floor…

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mattress cleaning

Cleaning a Mattress – 7 Things To Do & 2 Things Not To Do!

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How To Clean A Mattress – 7 Things To Do & 2 Things Not To Do: 1. Turn your mattress over by 180 degrees. 2. Remove any small stains with a solution mixture of a mild detergent mixed with water. Ensure you air dry the area before you make up the bed. 3. Use large thirsty towels in order to soak up any large liquid stains. Ensure you air dry the mattress outdoors or with a portable electric fan. Ensure the total surface of your mattress is thoroughly dry. This step is extremely important. 4. Use a special mattress cleaner…

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tips to clean

How to Make Your House Look Pristine?

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Your sweet home should look beautifully decorated to draw the attention of visitors every time when they pay a visit. There are plenty of advanced green cleaning methods to protect floors, walls, furniture and other household equipment in order to kill harmful germs. It’s essential to take care of every aspect of the house in terms of keeping the indoor environment healthy and breathable. The most feasible option is to hire a professional cleaning expert as they have an in-depth skill set about various procedures of Green Cleaning. Tips for clean upholstery For upholstered furniture like the soft sofas, bean…

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darker color carpets

Advantages of Darker Color Carpets

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Carpets are available in all types of colors in the market. There are lighter colors as well as darker ones. Lighter color carpets include colors of blue, light brown, golden etc while darker colors comprise of maroon, dark brown and all other darker shades of any color. All these types of carpets have their unique characteristics and all look beautiful and elegant when used with good creative decorative surroundings. Decorative surroundings include, the furniture, curtains and other decorative material which you like to put on the carpets. Among all these colors, people mostly use dark colors in carpets due to…

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microfiber furniture

Why Is My Microfiber Couch Turning Black?

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This is a resource article to help consumers understand the problems they may be having with their Microfiber upholstery. Being a professional upholstery cleaner, I’ll share with you the experiences that I’ve had with Microfiber upholstery over the past decade. I’ll also explain the best way for a professional upholstery cleaner to clean your microfiber furniture. What is Microfiber? Microfiber is a fiber that measures less than 1 denier. It’s very thin. A Microfiber is 100 times thinner than a single strand of hair. Microfibers are soft, water repellent, and have great wicking abilities. This is obviously why furniture manufacturers…

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