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Spring Carpet Cleaning

It’s that time of year again, spring cleaning! Now that the snow is gone, what facilities should focus on is removing salt and other contaminants that came with the winter season. Below are carpet cleaning topics that facilities should address to their staff in order to keep carpets h

Dealing With Common Carpet Care Problems

When properly cared for, carpet is a great flooring option. It provides a warm feel to the facility and can significantly improve indoor air quality. However, if carpet is not cared for properly, it can quickly cause problems. By becoming familiar with some common carpet care problems

Air Quality: Hard Flooring vs. Carpet

The debate regarding air quality between using carpet and hard flooring has long been an issue. Many school districts and administrators believe that carpets negatively affect indoor air quality. On the hard flooring side, advocates suggest that debris gets trapped in the carpet fiber

HEPA Filters

High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) is a type of air filter. Other types of air filters include High-Efficiency Gas Absorption (HEGA) and Ultra-Low Particulate Air (UPLA). HEPA filters are commonly used in the industry, from airlines to vacuums and medical air filters. According to

Restorative Cleaning

Restorative cleaning refers to professional deep cleaning with the intent to return the carpet back to its brand new condition. This type of carpet cleaning should be performed before the soil in the carpet becomes visible. The basic steps for restorative cleaning are listed below. 1.

Spot and Stain Removal

Spots and stains on carpet can become permanent if corrective action isn’t taken immediately! How do you remove spots and stains on carpet? Carpet stain removal can be simple if you follow these general rules below.   For liquid spills: 1. Blot as much of the spill as possi


Vacuuming is the best preventative maintenance to keep your carpet looking at its best. If vacuuming is neglected, sand, dirt, and other dry soils can attach to carpet fibers and settle on the base of the carpet. With the presence of trapped debris, foot traffic can act like scrubbers

Soil Containment

Have you heard of the phrase “stop the problem at its’ source”? Soil containment, such as using walk-off matting, is a key preventative measure that can significantly help reduce abrasive damage, staining, and soiling of your carpet. The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) recommends that

Proper Carpet Cleaning and Care

Proper carpet cleaning and care protects your carpet investment. According to the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI), carpet cleaning can be accomplished with a simple five-step routine. The practices below can help you maintain your carpet’s high quality look and feel. Soil containment.