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tile and grout

4 Reasons Professionals Should Clean Your Tile And Grout

There are a lot of home cleaning tasks that you can do on your own. In fact, you can (and should) even wipe down your tile on your own. However, deep cleaning for your tile should be handled by a professional. Here are four reasons why it’s important that you let the experts take care […]

Things are Moving in the World Again

Things are Moving in the World Again

Sooner than we think businesses will be buzzing with workers and clients. It might be time to get your carpets clean and ready. If your commercial office building has large areas of carpeting, they may not have had a lot of traffic over the past several months, but keeping your carpets fresh and clean is […]

Spot and Stain Removal

The Basics of Spot and Stain Removal

For the purpose of this article, we will call visible soils “stains,” because stains are more of a challenge to remove than a spot. Remember, a spot is on the fiber while a stain is inside the fiber. After you have identified the type of carpet and the type of stain you are dealing with, […]

Vacuuming: A Key to Clean Indoor Air Quality

Original article Clean air in schools and offices, is so important and begins with the surface. Right now, when we are spending about 90 percent of our time indoors, we can be exposed to more pollutants. Indoor air can be up to seven times more polluted than the air outside. These pollutants include asthma and […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Commercial Carpet Care

Commercial facilities often install carpet to create a comfortable, visually pleasing environment for visitors and occupants. You can choose from numerous types, including plush, bold carpet perfect for an at-home feel in an upscale hotel or modern carpet tiles that make for easy installation and maintenance in large airports. Although carpeting can be a more […]

What to know about Commercial Carpet Care and COVID-19

This is an article from CMMonline with permission to share.   The past several months, with COVID-19. Project managers have become cleaning experts with the urgency for cleaning and disinfecting buildings.    According to the guidelines from CDC, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, developed strict cleaning protocols, to ensure health and safety in commercial […]

Carpet Fiber Cleaning Challenges – Rayon

Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulosic fiber, produced from naturally occurring polymers. Because rayon is manufactured from naturally occurring cellulose sources, it is considered a semi-synthetic fiber. Rayon is also called Faux Silk, Artificial Silk, Viscose Rayon. With this fiber, cleaning technicians will be challenged by fiber loss due to abrasion or bending of the […]

Carpet Fiber Cleaning Challenges – Olefin

Olefin has several distinct characteristics as compared to other synthetic carpet fibers such as nylon. It is far less expensive but it doesn’t last as long as other fibers. Olefin’s greatest challenge is appearance retention because it lacks resiliency and is susceptible to abrasions. It may also have resoiling issues from sticky residues, and it may […]

germs and bacteria in your home

What places harbor the most bacteria in your house? The answers might surprise you.

According to a 2011 study conducted by the National Sanitation Foundation, dish sponges are the single germiest place in your entire home. Sponges are the perfect place for bacteria to live, breed, and party it up.  86% of sponges tested were identified as having mold or yeast. 77% had coliform bacteria, which included the dreaded […]

Carpet Fiber Cleaning Challenges – Triexta

Triexta is undoubtedly one of the most talked about updates to the carpeting world, and it’s easy to see why. Triexta is a synthetic carpet fiber has some similarities to polyester. It’s been hailed as the successor to nylon and synthetic carpet fibers in general, particularly with its reputation for durability and longevity, paired with its affordability and wide […]

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