Spring Is The Perfect Time For Carpet Shampooing

Posted on: 5 May 2015

In many homes, spring means spring cleaning – which includes dusting, vacuuming, and re-organizing closets. Have you thought of also including carpet shampooing in your spring cleaning routine this year? It's the perfect time of year to shampoo your carpet. Here's why: Salt granules tracked into your home over the winter can damage the fibers if not removed. Shampooing a carpet is not just about making it look cleaner. Removing any particles from the carpet extends its life. [Read More]

Four Additional Services Your Dry Cleaner Probably Offers

Posted on: 29 April 2015

Several decades ago, many clothes were dry-clean-only, and thus, most people visited the dry cleaner far more often. Now, more clothes are machine washable, and trips to the dry cleaner have become fewer and further between for many folks. As a result, people are less familiar with dry cleaners and the services they offer. Chances are, your local dry cleaner does more than just dry clean clothes. They probably also offer the following services. [Read More]

Why You Can't Always Trust Your Clothing Care Label

Posted on: 27 April 2015

Most people rely on the instructions on a sewn-in care label to tell them how to wash and dry their clothing. It makes sense that if you follow the information on the tag, that your clothing will get clean and stay in good shape for a reasonable amount of time. But clothing labels can't always be trusted. In theory, you should be able to return an item of clothing to the place you purchased it if you followed care instructions and damage resulted anyway. [Read More]

How To Get Mold And Mildew Discoloration Out Of Your Carpet

Posted on: 26 April 2015

A little moisture is all it takes for carpeting to become discolored by mold and mildew. Do you have a carpet that has an area that has a bit of mold and mildew damage? Below, you will find out how to get the mold and mildew out of your carpet to eliminate the health hazards and unsightliness that they have caused. Step 1: Vacuum the Area Use your vacuum hose to vacuum the area. [Read More]