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5 Reasons for Professional Carpet Cleaning

You probably know that carpet cleaning is recommended every 12 months, even if the carpet doesn’t look like it needs to be cleaned. But should you call an experienced, professional carpet cleaning company? YES, and here are 5 reasons to do so:  Your carpet warranty. Most carpet warranties state “have professional carpet cleaning every 12…

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4 Signs it’s Time for Annual Carpet Cleaning

To clean or not to clean, that is the question! When your carpets are new, all you need is regular vacuuming to make them look fresh and clean again. But after a while, your carpets lose beauty and luster, and you might wonder what you could do about it. This is the moment when you…

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5 Ways to Keep Carpet Looking New Between Cleanings

Carpets keep their beauty longest if professionally deep cleaned at least once a year. It pays to hire an experienced carpet cleaning service to keep carpet looking new. We are trained and know exactly what to do, we have the equipment to do the job correctly, and we have decades of experience. Between professional cleanings, however,…

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6 Ways to Keep Showers Clean & Sanitary

Cleaning your shower might not be one of your most favorite tasks, but you can make it less overwhelming and time-consuming by following a few simple tips. Here are six simple and time-saving techniques to keep showers clean and sanitary. 1.  Go with a Pro regularly Having your bathroom and shower tiles professionally cleaned ever 12…

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Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Want to clean your toilets without spending a lot of money?  Try this natural toilet bowl cleaner…it’s incredibly effective and uses ingredients you already have on hand. Just put 1/4 of a cup of borax or baking soda and 1 cup vinegar into the toilet. Let it sit for 15 minutes (or longer, if necessary), scrub,…

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Mildew Remover

By mixing 1/2 cup of borax and 1/2 a cup of vinegar to make a paste. Then scrub with a brush or sponge after rinse with water. For tough mildew, let it sit for about an hour or so before rinsing with water.

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