Serving the Treasure Valley Since 1974
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Family-Owned and Operated for Over 30 Years Chad and Stacey Lytle 208.453.2945
P.O. Box 1876 Eagle, Idaho 83616 Email: Contact@SuperiorCarpetCleaningBoise.com
CARPET CLEANING TIPS
We have provided these tips to aid you in keeping your carpets in good condition.
Carpets sustain a significant amount of wear, tear and soil from normal use and foot traffic. Mold spores, pollen, fertilizers and pesticides are just a few of the unseen pollutants that are tracked into homes everyday. Frequent vacuuming, prompt clean up of spills and bi-annual or annual cleanings will not only improve appearance and indoor air quality, but will also help reduce excessive dirt accumulation, which leads to the premature wear of carpet fibers.
First, blot or scrape up the excess of any spill. Be sure to preset the removal method on an area of fabric or carpet that cannot be seen. Then proceed with the spot cleaning outline below for individual stains.
Butter, Cooking Oil, Crayon, Gravy, Hand Lotion, Mascara, Shoe Polish, Tar: Gently apply a commercial solvent and blot carefully to absorb all the spill. Then apply a mild detergent solution. Blot up excess again. Then wipe gently with a cloth soaked with water and blot dry.
Blood, Catsup, Chocolate, Mud, Egg, Ice Cream, Mayonnaise, Milk, Soy Sauce: Apply a mild detergent solution. Blot to absorb the excess. Apply a small amount of ammonia and blot again. Then repeat this time with a mild detergent and blot again. Wipe gently with a cloth soaked with water and blot dry.
Beer, Berries, Candy, Coffee, Fruit Juices, Mixed Drinks, Soft Drinks, Wine: Apply a mild detergent solution. Blot to absorb the excess. Apply a small amount of vinegar and the detergent once again. Blot. Then wipe gently with a cloth soaked with water and blot dry.If none of the recommended steps work, you might wish to enlist the services of an expert. Be aware that do-it-yourself cleaning efforts might render the stain difficult for even an expert to remove.