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Carpet Care

Carpet cleaning is a technical industry, and in this section you will find all you need to know about how to do your work, increasing productivity and profitability, keeping up-to-date with new techniques and systems and much more. Whether it is carpet cleaning maintenance, restoration cleaning, low moisture carpet maintenance, spot and stain removal, odor control or virtually any topic related to carpet care that you are searching for, use the following resources to find the answers that work for you.

ARTICLES

U.S. Products releases “Ten Commandments”

PLYMOUTH, MN — A collection of what the company considers the ten most important things for carpet cleaners to remember.


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Carpet cleaning job almost turns deadly

Monument, CO — A carpet cleaning machine malfunctioned and filled a woman’s three-story home with lethal levels of carbon monoxide.


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The Second Half of Green

An analysis of what ‘sustainable’ really means for carpet cleaning techs.

An analysis of what ‘sustainable’ really means for carpet cleaning techs.


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CRI’s 2014 Annual Meeting planned

DALTON, GA — The meeting, which is an opportunity to thank industry representatives, is slated for November 12.


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September 2014

Make Them Pay

How to maximize production hours for each truck and employee.
How to maximize production hours for each truck and employee.
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For Your Information

News and events for the carpet cleaning and restoration industries.
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Virus outbreak a reminder to clean carpet

LOWELL, MA —  Parvovirus is transmitted in dogs by oral contact with infected feces.


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Facilitating Cleaner Facilities

Tips for promoting a clean, hygienic environment in any building.

Carpet care tips for the contract cleaner and facilities manager.


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August 2014

FYI

News and information for the cleaning and restoration industries.


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August 2014 Technical Tips

Eliminate Costly Callbacks

Solving the mystery of odor control. Plus a little bit more.

If the source of the odor has not been eliminated, the odor will return! Now that the mystery has been solved, let’s discuss some additional odor control tips that will help you avoid costly callbacks.


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