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Treating Pet Stains

Treating Pet Stains

Tips to treat pet stains Only pet owners can really understand the bond that can be created between a person and an animal. Whether your beloved pet is a dog, cat, or any other kind of house dwelling animal, you can grow to love them like a member of your own family. However, one of the downsides of having an…

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Tips for Tile and Grout Cleaning

Tips for Tile and Grout Cleaning

Tiled areas are durable, generally beautiful, and usually pretty easy to clean. So I’m not even going to really talk about how to clean them. I will mention that if you have particularly difficult tile stain, you can get in contact with ProForce today and we can help you take care of it. So, okay, okay. The title of this…

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Simple Trick to Clean Car Interior

Simple Trick to Clean Car Interior

Look, I love my kids, but I also love a clean car. Sometimes I am certain that having kids precludes me from having a clean car. Toys, wrappers, crumbs, spills, stains, juice, fries, lids, cups. You name it and it likely piles up around the back seats and floor of my car. Even if you don’t have kids, car seats…

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Carpet Cleaning Tip Series Tip 3: Cleaning Tough Stains

Carpet Cleaning Tip Series Tip 3: Cleaning Tough Stains

Vacuuming is the best thing you can do to keep your carpets clean and healthy. As tip 1 noted, Vacuuming can act like a preventive medicine for your carpets and it can also be treatment for dirty carpets. However, some stains do happen and our tip 2 discussed the importance of treating stains early. Even when treated early some stains…

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Remove Oil Based Carpet Stains

Remove Oil Based Carpet Stains

Different carpet materials absorb and handle different types of stains in unique ways. For instance, in our last postwe discussed how to treat and remove a variety of common stains from synthetic-fiber carpets. Another form category of stain involves oil and grease materials that can be very difficult to remove from carpets. Again, synthetic-fiber carpets and natural-fiber carpets should be treated…

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How to Remove Stains from Synthetic-Fiber Carpet

How to Remove Stains from Synthetic-Fiber Carpet

**Learn how to treat a variety of stains on synthetic-fiber carpet. See our post about removing stains from natural-fiber carpets for tips on removing stains from natural carpeting.** You do your best to take care of your carpet. You ask people to remove their shoes. You vacuum regularly and even use gentle cleaning agents to repel dirt and stains. You…

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Remove Dirt and Mud Stains From Carpet

Remove Dirt and Mud Stains From Carpet

Synthetic-fiber carpets and natural-fiber carpets often need different care. Depending on the type of stain to be removed, the difference between the two can be noticeable or it can be subtler. It is important to know: What your carpet is made of What type of stain or spot you are dealing with This post focuses on how to remove dirt and…

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Remove Gum and Wax from Carpets

Remove Gum and Wax from Carpets

In some of our previous posts, we have discussed how to get some of the more common stains out of carpets. These include food and drink, oil and grease, and dirt and mud stains. There are some other things that can stain and potentially ruin your carpet that are less common. Things like gum and wax can cause serious damage and can be…

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