9 Steps To Removing Motor Oil From Carpet

Sprinkle a bit of baking soda directly onto the motor oil stain. You can also use corn starch if baking soda isn’t available. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Vacuum the carpet. Apply a few drops of dry-cleaning fluid on a clean cloth, and then apply the cloth directly to the motor oil […] Read more »

The Secret To Removing Red Wine From Carpet

Amazing video! great for do-it-yourselfers and the humor really adds to the presentation. Remember that this is NOT for wool carpets. It works on synthetics only. You will need to mix Hydrogen Peroxide with clear ammonia. Use about a 5 to 1 ratio. The ammonia will accelerate the Hydrogen Peroxide. Put the mixture directly on […] Read more »

The Dirty Truth On How To Clean Pet Accidents

For a pet accident like vomit or urine, a mixture of baking soda and vinegar does a great job. Clean up the vomit and then use a wet rag to remove as much liquid as possible. Pour a thin coating of baking soda over the area to absorb the liquid and odor. You can also […] Read more »

How Often Should I Clean My Carpet?

We get this question a lot. Many carpet manufacturers and the IICRC recommend that carpets are professionally cleaned at least twice per year, depending on how much wear and tear your carpet receives from foot traffic, children, pets, smokers and other contributors to dirt, stains and carpet wear. The following chart, provided by the Institute […] Read more »

How Allergy Relief Carpet Cleaning Treatment Works

Allergy Relief Treatment is a very safe, simple and highly effective way of changing the shape of allergen proteins, making them unrecognizable to the body! Nothing about the allergen is changed except its shape. So, when this shape is changed, there is no repetitive pattern that identifies the material as an allergen and therefore, there […] Read more »

How to Make your Carpet Last Forever

It is a proven fact that a good looking carpet is the most important component to a homes appearance and replacing a carpet is expensive. You want your carpet to last as long as possible. Use the following tips to extend the life of your carpet: 1. Padding is important, ideally no more than 7/16-inch […] Read more »

Why Green Carpet Cleaning?

Green Carpet Cleaning

Protecting the Indoor Environment Most of the conventional cleaning products on the market are petroleum based and have dubious health and environmental implications. Petroleum based chemicals are being found to cause significant attritional effects to the nervous system and immune system after prolonged exposure. Illnesses identified in medical research include: •Immune System Weakening •Adult and […] Read more »

Removing Candlewax from Carpet

Candle wax is a tough but very common problem. You will need paper towels and an electric iron. Very absorbent paper towels are recommended for the best results. Use white towels only as dyes may bleed onto the carpet when exposed to the heat of the iron. Before beginning the procedure, use a brush or […] Read more »

Article in the Missoulian

The Missoulian did an excellent article on our business in the August edition of InBusiness Monthly. The only complaint I had was the incorrect phone number and web page at the end of the article. Small and simple suits Green Carpet Cleaning owner By STEVE MILLER Joe Burnich and his wife Diana wanted to be […] Read more »