Techniclean Carpet Cleaning Tips
HOW TO CHOSE A CARPET CLEANING COMPANY? DO THEY HAVE GOOD REFERENCES?
Techniclean is referred exclusively by the most seasoned Carpet Retailers, Interior Designers and Real Estate Agents. Our Company is one of the most respected professional carpet cleaning firms in the Chicagoland area. Our references are available upon request.
WHAT KIND OF EXPERIENCE DO THEY HAVE?
Techniclean has over 15 years of experience in caring for the finest carpets, rugs and upholstery. We have handled many specialty items and have seen many unusual situations. Whether you have a natural or synthetic piece and regardless of soiling conditions, you will receive a level of expertise second to none.
ARE THEY WELL EDUCATED IN THEIR FIELD?
Techniclean is certified by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification), the world’s most recognized certification organization for carpet and upholstery cleaners. Attending educational courses, reading trade journals and being heavily involved in our industry allows us to stay abreast of all the latest techniques and procedures. Leading carpet manufacturers recommend only firms certified by the IICRC.
WHICH SYSTEMS DO THEY USE?
Techniclean uses the most advanced systems on the market today. We insist on the vest equipment and products. The procedures we use do not leave excess moisture in the carpet or leave a sticky residue behind to attract soil. You can expect maximum soil and spot removal. It is routine for our firm to remove spots that others were unable to remove. Techniclean is also committed to first class customer care. Our courteous, uniformed technicians will arrive in clean, lettered company trucks. You receive the most outstanding service experience ever!
DO THEY GUARANTEE THEIR WORK?
Far too often service companies are not willing to stand behind their work. Our guarantee o you is that if you are not completely thrilled with the cleaning experience you receive from us, we will rush back to your location at no charge to make things right. If you are still unimpressed, we will offer a 100% refund.
There is a right way and a wrong way to cleanup accidental spills on your carpet. What you should not do is just as important as what you should do. Today’s new carpets resist spots much better than those manufactured even a few years ago. However, they are still susceptible to spots and should be treated quickly to avoid a permanent stain.
STEP 1: Blot up as much of the spill as you can. Make sure you blot– don’t scrub. Scrubbing will only work the spill deeper into the fiber and may leave a wear mark. Use a white paper or white cotton towel to blot. Fold the towel and press it into the spill. Rotate the towel often so a clean surface is always against the carpet. Continue to blot until no more of the spill transfers to the towel. Remove any solid material with a rounded spoon or the edge of a dull knife.
STEP2: Cover the blotted area with a fresh white towel. Weight the towel with something that will not transfer color to the carpet or towel. Leave this in place for 15-20 minutes to remove any remaining spill. Should the carpet remain stained, go to step 3.
STEP 3: Spotting the remaining stain in your carpet requires care and patience. You cannot apply moist household cleaners to the stain without further damaging the carpet. Many common cleaners contain dyes that will discolor the carpet or chemicals that will permanently set the stain. If you can locate the literature you received when you bought the carpet it should contain the spotting procedures for you to follow. If not, you can attempt to remove most common household spills with the following procedure. Mix a teaspoonful of colorless, mild detergent in a cup of lukewarm water. To test the safety of the solution, apply several drops to an inconspicuous area (closet, under a sofa) and rub gently with a clean white towel. Do not proceed if the carpet color transfers to the towel or if the carpet color changes. Try an alternate cleaner or call a professional. If the test is successful, spot the stain by alternately applying a few drops of cleaner followed by blotting. Always blot, never scrub. Work from the outer edge of the stain to the center. Continue this process until the stain is gone or no more color transfers to the white towel. The final step is to gently rinse the area with clean water, the absorb al the remaining moisture with absorbent towels.
Should a stain persist, contact Techniclean for assistance. We may be able to offer further advice by phone, or if necessary, we’ll dispatch a technician with a complete spotting kit to remove the stain.