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Super-soft, low denier carpet fibers are making a big impact on the retailing side of residential carpet. What impact will they have on the cleaning side of the carpet industry… and on your business?
More and more cleaning professionals now include cleaning and caring for their customer's carpets in their services.
A year ago, Powr-Flite, a leading manufacturer of floorcare equipment, began a monthly news advisory called the "Powr-Flite Floor Care Troubleshooter."
U.S. Products and HydraMaster has released an outline of all the topics that will be covered in their new "How To Care For" Facebook series.
HydraMaster and their "sister" company, U.S. Products, have announced the beginning of a new Facebook educational series for home and business floor covering owners on effective, safe and often very simple daily procedures to clean and maintain various floor coverings and prevent premature wear and damage.
The Textile Pro Program, an advanced training program for oriental rug and fine fabric care, just selected its 100th company to progress through their six month curriculum.
In order to properly care for carpets in both residential and commercial locations, cleaning professionals need to know the characteristics of the carpet's fiber — in other words, what type of carpet it is.
The Board of Directors of the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) has voted to transfer ownership and administration of its Certified Fabric Specialist certification program to the Association of Rug Care Specialists (ARCS) effective January 21, 2013.