Carpet Cleaning, Flood Restoration & Mold Removal
Read about carpets and more related topics in the FAQs below.
How will I clean stains from carpets?
The speed with which you will react to remove the stain is significant. Most stains would come off with a mixture of water and dish liquid. Harder stains would need baking soda or even water mixed with ammonia. For odor removal, use vinegar. If these stain removal methods are not effective, try stronger soaps but make sure they are ecofriendly products. They are better for your health according to Carpet Cleaning San Rafael.
Is it true that carpets cause allergies?
All studies show that carpets do cause many forms of allergies. This is caused due to the high accumulation of dirt and bacteria among fibers according to the experts of Carpet Cleaning San Rafael. This is why carpet cleaning must be thorough and stain removal instant. Any activity over carpets or even dust will make carpets dirty and the greatest quantities of dirt would gather at their bottom unseen parts, where eventually germs will gather, too.
Can I place furniture over my carpets?
Furniture is usually heavy and will hurt the fibers. It will not be recommended if you have handmade oriental rugs, which are not only sensitive but they are too valuable to hide them under furniture according to the specialists of Carpet Cleaning San Rafael. If you want to place a small coffee table, it will be fine but still you will need to change its position often to help the restoration of the piles.
Why is the grout getting dirtier than the tiles?
There are two reasons for this. Firstly, it is set lower than the surface of the tiles and this helps dirt to stick to it. Additionally, most types of grout are porous and this means that they take dirt in. The good news is that even the dirt stuck deeply into grout can be extracted with the use of appropriate techniques and tools.
Does cleaning my carpets cause them to soil faster?
People often hear that cleaning your carpet makes it more susceptible to more intensive filtration soiling, which is just not the case. The logic is that the soiling occurs quicker because of dampness, but filtration soiling is not caused by water. It is caused by the movement of air through the fibers of a rug, which leaves behind dirt. Hence the name filtration soiling.