Having a clean carpet is more than just healthy. It can also prolong the life of the carpet. If you have just installed the carpet, you already realize the expense involved in doing so. But, even if you have not just done this, you probably realize the benefits of keeping your carpet clean. It will add value to the home if it is well maintained, helps to get rid of allergens, prevent other organisms such as carpet beetles and carpet bugs living in your carpet and it will also help to keep the home odor free.

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  • If you take good care of your carpet and keep it clean you will save money because you won’t have to purchase Quick Tipshigh priced cleaning products. Prevention is always the best type of carpet cleaning.
  • A carpet stain should never be rubbed harshly or without care as this could the stain to set or spread.  Additionally, it will cause the fiber to become weak, which will shorten the life of your carpet.
  • A stain that is treated incorrectly could reappear on your rug.  Even if you thought the stain was gone, it could come back to the surface of your carpet. To stop this from happening, use an absorbant cloth to cover the stain put something heavy on top of the cloth. Leave it overnight, and the cloth will soak up the stain. You can then clean it as usual.
  • Using heat from an iron or a hair dryer is not advised to dry a carpet stain. The stain could set and become permanent.
  • Steam cleaning your carpet as often as needed is beneficial. For best results, use a deep cleaning machine or have it professional cleaned.  You can buy a deep cleaning machine online.  Both of these choices have advantages and disadvantages, but you should have your carpet thoroughly cleaned  every six months to a year at the least. In fact, any stain that has built up can be easily removed or loosen up. It is better to be done during spring and summer seasons as most carpet beetles and bugs come out and sneak in under your carpet. And the best part of all, you remove some allergens as well.
  • If your carpet has stubborn mold and mildew, you could use a lemon juice and salt solution or a non-chlorine bleach meant for colored fabrics. Otherwise, simply brush the area gently with a solution of hydrogen peroxide (one part 3 percent hydrogen peroxide to five parts water). Do a spot on a hidden area to ensure the solution is safe for the carpet.
  • To keep your carpet clean, take care of spills immediately.  For most spills, just use water.  There are also several products on the market if water does not work. Look at the variety of products available and use the correct one depending on what has been spilled.   A mixture of water and vinegar can also be helpful.  Spills will not become stains if you deal with them quickly. Some helpful tips for removing common obstinate spills and stains 
  • Take good care of your carpet in between cleaning.  Vacuum frequently with a good quality vacuum cleaner.  The vacuum will pick up the most debris if you go over the floor in many different directions.  Follow the manufacturer’s directions, keep the filters clean and empty bags frequently.  Always use the mildest cleaning solutions available for your carpet. Only use stronger solutions for  very stubborn stains and specific spills.
  • When dealing with chemical products, it is always best to follow the manufacturer’s directions on the label or read the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) before putting or using them in your carpet.
  • Our #1  tip and one of the most excellent and effective ways to prevent soils from being tracked in is by using or placing an entrance Mat.  The mat should be 6 to 12 feet in length or ideally, Entrance Mat To Catch The Dry Soil10 to 12 feet in length. Mats should also be place outside the entrance.  In this way the majority of the dirt will be removed at the entrance.  Entrance mats must be cleaned frequently otherwise the soil will spill onto the floor. There is no way to prevent all soil from entering the building. Approximately 20% of soil comprises oil, grease and starch but about 80% are dry. You can easy remove the dry particles and keep damage to a minimum by vacuuming on a daily basis.

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How To Clean Vomit

This is distasteful but common task and one we should be prepared for. There should be some type of absorbent material like paper towel, dry sawdust, etc. available at all times on each floor of the house or building.

    • Tools and Materials Required
  • One pair rubber gloves
  • Two mop buckets
  • Two wet mops
  • Two cloths / sponges
  • Drying cloths or towels
  • One aerosol spray deodorant
  • Two mop wringers
  • Two hand pails
  • Detergent / Disinfectant
  • Absorbent Material

Procedure for cleaning Regurgitation(Vomit)

  1. Clear all persons from the area, open windows if possible
  2. Cover effected area with absorbent material. After all moisture is absorbed pick-up and remove
  3. Wash any involved furniture and walls with a neutral soap or detergent, rinse with a disinfectant. Wipe dry.
  4. Mop floor with neutral soap or detergent; rinse with disinfectant. Wipe dry
  5. Deodorize the area(room) with aerosol spray deodorant.
  6. Clean and replace tools and replace used absorbent material.

It is important that all persons be cleared from the area to avoid the possibility of others becoming sick especially in hospital setting.

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Carpet Extraction Cleaning Products

These are the carpet shampoo/extraction products  we use.  The NaceCare (Just for carpets)  provides a good solution in preventing  of re-soiling.  Also, the smell is awesome. Every time I use this, I notice it does not totally remove tough stains. It reduces but not totally. It is best to use the carpet spot cleaner first before using carpet extractor in conjunction with this chemical. Maybe if you pass the tough stains multiple times and shampoo it on a regular basis, the tough stains might come off. Overall, I like this product.

Just a Tip: Make sure you used up all the chemicals in the tank or empty it after use. Otherwise, if you leave them in the tank for couple hours or overnight, it will block the jet spray and you will have a hard time of clearing the block. Rinse the dirty tank after use.

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How To Remove Blood On The Carpet

Hi Folks,

I just wanted to share how I removed blood stains on the carpet.  It all happened when the patient vomited lots of blood around her bed, on the carpet and most of the parts of her room. After few hours, the patient died of  gastroentestinal problems, I believe. Im not sure on that one. I do not even have the rights to know. Anyway, I was tapped to do that tasks. This happens most of the times in the hospital or care home setting. So, I hope you learn something from this.. :):)

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1) I dressed up like I am a doctor going for a surgery or operation..hehe.  It is called PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Sorry, but something that I have to do to prevent from contracting any virus, bacteria or germs from the blood. Who knows what is in the blood. It could be AIDS, HIV or Hepatitis virus or something else. Something a carpet cleaner must do. By the way, for this task , I was not just a carpet cleaner but also a housekeeper at that moment. Continue reading…

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