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Cleaning Tips for Carpet, Wood, Tile & Upholstery

Spot Vs. Stain

By Lisa Shultz | January 5, 2017

A blacklight detecting urine, even if you can’t see it, but you can SMELL it! The ONLY otc product to use on self spotting pet urine Steam clean halfway through with a stain. You can dye a lighter stain dark, but not a darker stain light. We also clean RVs! A stain is WORSE. You…


By Lisa Shultz | January 4, 2017

Soil or “filtration lines,” which are created by soot from your furnace, and in some cases, candles. Nearly every home has them to some degree. The dirt is located where you typically don’t walk. It’s possible to remove them, but it’s very time consuming. It requires taping the molding with painter’s tape, treating the edges…

Jute Rugs – To Clean or Not to Clean

By Lisa Shultz | January 3, 2017

OK, SO YOU HAVE A JUTE RUG, DO YOU EVEN KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS?  I looked it up, here is the definition: “a rough fiber made from the stems of a tropical Old World plant, used for making twine and rope or woven into sacking or matting.” NOW YOU WANT TO CLEAN IT…here’s a few…

The Consequences of Neglecting Tile Cleaning

By Lisa Shultz | December 1, 2016

Tiled flooring is a fantastic way to add some beauty to many rooms in your home, but it also can come with a number of potential cleaning issues. We’re experts in all forms of floor cleaning, and we’ve seen firsthand the issues that can arise with tile and grout products when proper maintenance and cleaning…

Why do my carpets have gray line along the edges?

By Lisa Shultz | November 29, 2016

Is this included in my carpet cleaning? At Anderson Carpet Cleaning, one of the most asked questions is, “Why do I have gray lines at my carpets edges?”  Those are called soil “filtration lines,” which are created by soot from your furnace, and in some cases, candles. Nearly every home has them to some degree.…

Common Contaminants Found in Your Home’s Carpet

By Lisa Shultz | November 1, 2016

Your home’s carpet might not be something you think much about, but if you have family members walking, sitting, playing, and spending time on carpet, it’s important to know what might be hiding in those little carpet fibers. The Environmental Protection Agency warns that your home’s indoor air can actually harbor a lot more contaminants…

Carpet Cleaning Tips for the Holidays

By Lisa Shultz | October 28, 2016

The Holidays are coming, and so are your guests. Some guests are planned and some will be the dreaded “pop ins.” Will you be ready? Our tip…Clean your carpets after the guests have left…You know the carpets will be dirtier than when you started.  And really who’s looking at the carpets anyway, besides your mother-in-law.…

Choosing a Carpet Cleaning Service

By Lisa Shultz | October 1, 2016

Finding and choosing the best carpet cleaning service goes further than just searching the internet or phone book. The carpet in your home is one of its biggest assets, so you want to make sure you are hiring experienced professionals that will do the job right. Choosing an excellent carpet cleaning company will take some…

Stain Removal Guide for Rugs

By Lisa Shultz | August 31, 2016

Time is of the essence when your rug becomes stained. Remember to blot — not rub — the stain and remove moisture from spills as quickly as possible. Alcohol and soft drinks: Use a solution of 1 teaspoon liquid dish detergent, 1 quart of warm water, and 1/4 teaspoon of white vinegar. Apply to the…

How to Clean Spilled Paint on Carpet

By Lisa Shultz | August 31, 2016

Painting a carpeted room can be a nerve-racking experience (which is why I don’t do it myself). When your worst fears come true and a paintbrush, roller or entire can of latex paint takes a nosedive from your hand or the ladder. If you can’t get your favorite carpet cleaner out there that second…  …

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