Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

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Carpet Decor - Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, May 21, 2020, In : Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO 

Carpet decor comeback is finally here! If you are ready to dig your toes into something cushy at home, we’ve got brilliant news. Carpeting is making a comeback, and thanks to the latest manufacturing technologies it is softer and more durable than ever.


While carpet decor in neutral tones is the enduring favorite, the newest styles are available in a broad range of spectacular colors and eye-popping patterns.


Worried about that new carpet smell? These days there are plenty of low-VOC or “ec...


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Carpet Cleaning Grease Stains - Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

Posted by Lynn Huck on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, In : Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO 
Carpet Cleaning Grease Stains is inevitable during the summer. It’s that time of year when our husbands, boyfriends, dads and brothers are outside working on the cars. Whether you encounter cooking grease or machinery grease, these methods are a few things you can do when cleaning grease stains out of carpet. 

How to Remove Grease Stains from Carpet – METHOD # 1

  1. Blot up as much of the grease stain as possible; you’ll then want to apply a substance like cornmeal, since it acts as an absorb...

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Homemade Carpet Cleaning Solutions

Posted by Lynn Huck on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, In : Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO 

Homemade carpet cleaning solutions are made with ingredients that are typically found in your home. If you are going to attempt cleaning the carpet on your own, why not make your own homemade carpet cleaning solution?


1. Carpet Cleaner and Conditioner


2 Tbsp liquid laundry detergent

1/4 cup liquid all-purpose cleaner

1 scoop of OxiClean

1 tsp fabric softener

1 gallon hot water

This homemade carpet cleaner and conditioner is the most similar to a commercial cleaner. Further, it will leave your carpet...


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