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Office Carpet Cleaning

Regular professional commercial carpet cleaning will maintain the appearance and extend the lifetime of your carpets. Dirty carpets wear out more quickly as dirt and grit gets ground into the fibres causing them to fray. Add to this the health risks posed by dirty carpets. Studies have shown that clean carpets add to indoor air quality and properly maintained carpets act as a filter to hold soil, debris and other contaminants, preventing them from becoming airborne.

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Carpet Cleaned in Midrand

We offer a total care package that cleans, sanitises, deodorises and protects carpets. Our treatment helps combat allergens from pests such as dust mites, and we offer environmentally friendly carpet cleaning products.

Our technicians use the Hot Water Extraction method which the most Recommendedcarpet cleaning method by most carpet manufacturers, hot water extraction is the main method used for ‘restorative cleaning’, as it effectively lifts the pile and helps to enhance the original colours.

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How to clean carpets at home by hand

It’s inevitable that your carpet won’t stay perfectly clean forever. Kids and pets along with those who forget to clean off their shoes track dirt inside your home that may initially go unnoticed. When enough dirt gets onto your carpet it becomes noticeable and hard to hide. You can try to clean the carpet with some handy tips listed below not only rely on technology to clean things up. There’s a more cost-effective way. With a few things you may already have in your home waiting to be put to good use, your carpets can look like new once again.

Things You’ll Need

Vacuum cleaner
White vinegar
Mild bleach-free dish soap
Soft bristle brush
Wet/dry vacuum
Baking soda


1.Move all furniture on your carpet to another room to get it out of the way. This process isn’t a quick one so be sure that you put the furniture in a place where you won’t trip over it.

2.Sweep the carpet with a broom to loosen dirt particles that may have become trapped within the fibers. You don’t have to sweep into a pile, but merely sweep over the entire carpet to loosen things up.

3.Vacuum the carpet after you have swept to pick up all the loose dirt, debris and pet hair.

4.Fill a bucket with equal parts warm water and white vinegar. Mix in enough of a bleach-free mild dish soap to make the water sudsy. This should only take a couple of drops.

5.Dip a clean sponge or soft bristle brush into the solution and gently scrub the carpet with it. Work in small sections of carpet to turn a large area into small manageable areas.

6.Vacuum over the carpet with a wet/dry vacuum to pick up excess moisture and suds.

7.Rinse the carpet by dipping a clean brush in warm water and scrubbing the carpet a second time.

8.Open windows and doors and place fans nearby to help air circulate around the room and dry the carpet quickly.

9.Sprinkle baking soda liberally over the carpet when the carpet is only slightly damp. The baking soda will help to draw out moisture and absorb lingering odors.

10.Vacuum up the baking soda in the morning


Carpet Cleaning Tips

Carpets warm a home by adding color, pattern, and texture. Regular vacuuming provides the first line of defense against dirt and grit that damages carpet fibers. But carpets also need regular cleaning to keep them looking their best. Plan to thoroughly clean your carpets every 3 to 6 months, more often in high-traffic areas. If you have light-color carpet and/or kids or pets, clean your carpets three or or times times a year. Always follow the carpet manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines.


If you’re at a loss for how to get a stubborn stain out of carpet or upholstery, this clever trick will have you ironing stains out with little more than an iron, rags, and vinegar. Spray the old stain with a solution, then lay a damp terry cloth towel over it. Using the steam setting on an iron, iron over the damp towel. It will restore the carpet to nearly the previous non-stained condition. Research has shown that the solution can be done with a mixture of 1/4 white vinegar and 3/4 water.
Another clever use for your iron is removing wax from carpeting and cloth. If you spill candle wax, cover it with a few paper towels gently iron it on a low heat. The wax will liquefy and wick up into the paper towel.