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Filtration soiling is a carpet care problem many cleaning technicians encounter in both commercial and residential settings.
Proline Supply in Northern California (the Bay area) announced that it has hired Taf Baig, a veteran carpet cleaner and an IICRC-approved instructor, as their education director.
Whether you have been in the business of cleaning carpets for many years or are brand new, it is not hard to run into strongly stated opinions about carpet cleaning chemistry that may sound correct, but when really investigated turn out to be off a little bit or even flat wrong.
The wand on a carpet extractor plays a far more important role in effective carpet cleaning than many carpet cleaning technicians and cleaning professionals may realize.
People leave every day, right? “This is no big deal,” you try to tell yourself. But, inside, you feel sick. You have spent a lot of time and provided a lot of guidance to Mary, beginning the first day she started working for you.
What was the fiber content of the last five carpeted surfaces you cleaned? Was it nylon, olefin, polyester, triexta or wool?
When cleaning professionals think about winter floorcare, the focus is usually on hard surfaces.
When it comes to carpets, often commercial and residential consumers confuse apparent soiling with real soiling.
Aramsco Inc. has announced that they have acquired Crown Cleaning Supplies and Equipment of Orlando, Florida, effective October 4, 2013.
Valuable furniture cleaning session coming up soon.