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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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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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Quick and Easy Upholstery Cleaning Tips

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Does the idea of a soggy sofa leave you wishing for other alternatives to hiring Fort Worth upholstery cleaners? Considered cashing in the piggy bank to purchase a new couch? Keep reading for quick and easy tips on finding the perfect cleaning service to make your living room furniture look as good as new without shelling out the big bucks for new furniture. Steam Sucks – Literally. Traditional upholstery cleaners relied upon steam which soaks into the fabric and underlying padding of the furniture. The excess water must be sucked up which can take days to fully dry. Even when…

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Removing Stains Caused By Cellulosic Browning

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Have you ever been startled by those strange brown stains appearing on your off-white carpet or upholstery? Most of the time this phenomenon occurs after carpet or upholstery cleaning, but they may also develop a water leak or spillage on your fabric.This article will discuss what causes those brown stains and suggest ways to clean them up Usually, browning occurs as a result of chemical or physical reactions with cellulose that is either in the carpet itself or in the base or backing of the carpet. Cellulose is the main component of natural fibers like cotton, linen, jute or sisal…

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Vacuuming Outdoors – How to Use a Vacuum Outside Your Home

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You may think that your vacuum is made for vacuuming carpet and rugs only, and you would have never expected that you could take your vacuum outdoors. Here are some places that you might want to use your vacuum cleaner. The Car Instead of sticking quarter after quarter into your car to get it vacuumed at the self-serve car wash, you can do it yourself. Let’s face it: the vacuums at the car wash never work well (and why should they? If they worked well, you could get your entire car cleaned in two minutes, making it unnecessary to feed…

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Cleaning Outdoor Furniture – Bird Droppings

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Cleaning outdoor furniture becomes a regular task during the warm months when we are using our outdoor living areas more often. There are also plenty of birds around who leave their calling cards in the form of bird droppings on outdoor furniture and fixtures. Prevention is the best way. By putting everything away after use you will keep it in better condition for longer. However, the fact is most of us are not going to be carting outdoor furniture backward and forwards from storage every time we want to use it. Bird Dropping Damage Just like on the paintwork of…

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How to Get Rid of Leather Smell

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The leather odors may be relatively easy to deal with on a small scale, but on a large scale, they can seem altogether impossible. Good quality leather will smell quite strong for several years, really. So the real question that should be asked is: Are you sure you want to remove the leather smell from your leather products? Some people actually find the smell of leather rather sexy, and it’s a good indicator that your leather is of high caliber. Who doesn’t want to have that leathery smell on their leather items? But to each his/her own, and if you’d…

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How To Clean Fabric Office Partitions

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Most people don’t bother with cleaning their office partitions on a regular basis, if at all. They might assume that the office cleaners who come in after hours will do it. But one day, one of your employees may begin complaining of dust in the office or you might be having a very important client visit the office – it’s at times like these that you may find yourself looking at your office partitions and wishing you could clean them thoroughly. Begin by removing any dust and dirt from the partition with a dry cloth. Make sure to vacuum the…

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A Fabric Deodorizer Can Effectively Eliminate Odors

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Pet smell and cigarette smoke odors can linger in your home for days.  If you want your home to be odor free you will want to include a regular treatment with a fabric deodorizer to your cleaning regimen.  The trick to eliminating odors is to find a way to eliminate the odors and not simply mask them.  There are many methods that only serve to mask odors and never actually remove them.  When fabrics become laden with odors a product that only covers up the odor will add another layer of odors to be cleaned.  Usually, a product that masks…

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