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So far Matt Clayton has created 6 blog entries.

How to Remove Soap Residue from Carpets

By | 2018-09-25T16:26:06+00:00 September 25th, 2018|Carpet Cleaning|

A house or office that has carpets looks very nice and clean. Many people use carpets in homes and offices so as to reduce the efforts that are required to clean the room. Carpets are a very easy way to add up to the décor of the room and make the room look stylish and

How to Get Crayon Out of Carpet?

By | 2018-09-04T21:35:38+00:00 September 4th, 2018|Carpet Cleaning|

  If you have youngsters in your household, you have no option but to contend with the fact that crayon stains will be a fact of life. But fret not because there are many methods on How to Get Crayons Out of Carpet. In this article, we discuss three DIY methods of getting rid of

DIY v. Professional Carpet Cleaning

By | 2018-08-04T00:03:39+00:00 August 4th, 2018|Carpet Cleaning|

If your carpets are in need of a good clean, you might be wondering whether to bring in a professional carpet cleaning company or save yourself some money and do the job yourself. So, which is the better option? Can you really hire one of those cheap carpet cleaners and get your carpets looking like

Amazing Ways to Remove Coffee Stains From Carpet

By | 2018-07-03T23:07:15+00:00 July 3rd, 2018|Carpet Cleaning|

Coffee spills bring a lot of inconveniences when they occur at crucial moments such as when leaving your house, enjoying a meal at a dinner party or even when you're starting to enjoy reading a good book. Dependable Carpet Care brings you the good news that you can quickly fix the mess and continue with

Stain Buster-Dye, Red

By | 2018-04-30T20:12:32+00:00 April 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Dye transfer occurs when colors run in the wash or during drying, or when an item that has been overdyed rubs against another. White Fabric Only 1. If chlorine bleach is safe for the fabric, mix a solution of 1/4 cup of chlorine bleach per gallon of cool water and soak for 30 minutes. 2.