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Cat Urine

November 20, 2013

 

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I got a new cat! Yep … that means I’ll be posting about cat issues for awhile. I’ve never had a cat actually live inside my house before, so this is a new experience for me. I should qualify that this cat is new to me, but not new to life in general. He is already two years old, my daughters and I just adopted him three days ago from the SPCA.

 

Working for Fresno’s best carpet cleaner, I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about cats and carpet, cats and furniture, cats and walls, cats and bedspreads. I’ve also heard that it was the male cats you especially had to watch out for when it came to spraying. That’s why we were going to get a female cat. I guess you can’t help who you fall in love with.

 

We named our huge, eleven pound cat Prince Albert. Lucky for us (’cause my husband would kick him out otherwise) Albert really is a prince when it comes to going in his litter box. The sweetheart even held it, meowing, when he couldn’t figure out how to use the door on the box. Phew! That could have been a really bad day!

 

Cats seem to pee inside for two main reasons, although I’m sure there are plenty of reasons out there. One is due to a urinary tract infection and the other has to do with being territorial. You can visit our post Cat Urine Versus Carpet to learn more about the “why” behind this issue. Whatever the reason, once your cat has done the deed the smell left behind can be almost impossible to remove. There are a lot of products out there toting to be full of success. The one thing I know to work great is the deodorizing process here at Aaron’s Quality Cleaners.

 

We don’t guarantee that we can get all the odor out, but we do guarantee that we have the best process and products available to do the job right. Cat odor is actually the hardest odor to remove from a home. We are able to remove it from the carpet itself, and even from much of the carpet padding. But once the urine is on the walls or in the subfloor, you are probably looking at hiring a contractor to come in and either replace those sections of your home, or paint a sealer over the damaged areas and then cover them up again.

 

I know, not what any home or cat owner wants to hear. But all hope is not lost. It can be done, and it can start right now with what is usually the biggest culprit … the carpet. Our technician will bring an ultraviolet light to a home with urine issues and use it to find the origin of the odor. If the light suggests that the urine has seeped past the base of the carpet and into the pad, then our technician will use a syringe type of instrument to inject the deodorizer into the carpet padding and eat away at the offending deposit.

 

I love my new cat. I love my carpet. With Aaron’s Quality Cleaners’ help, I know that these two loves can coexist together in harmony. Let the guys with the know-how help you too!

 

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger.

Cat Urine Versus Carpet

August 16, 2013

Cat Urine Versus Carpet
   At Aaron’s Quality Cleaners we are definitely in the business of cleaning carpets. What you may not have known is that we are also in the business of removing odors. After             seven years of service, believe me, we’ve seen … and smelled … it all. And what is the worst of the the worst when it comes to odors in carpets? Cat urine!  Although we have           had    great success removing it, cat urine odors are the one thing we never guarantee we can completely eliminate. That being said, a post on how to keep your cat from                 urinating on    your carpets to begin with seemed apropos.
   The first thing to determine is whether your cat is urinating or spraying. Although they have the same result, these are two completely different behaviors and therefore need      to be handled in two completely different ways. Urinating is done on an horizontal surface. Examples would be peeing on the carpet, the top of the bedspread, or maybe on an      article of clothing. Spraying is done on a vertical surface such as a wall, sofa back, or scratching post. If your cat is spraying, then I recommend a visit to this very informative      article:
It contains all sorts of great information on the nuances of cats, their marking habits, and how to help them break free from the habit.
If your cat is indeed urinating where he shouldn’t, then please continue on.
There are three main reasons why a cat may urinate outside the litter box.
1. Health Reasons
A common malady that affects a cat’s ability to control his urinating habits is called Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. It occurs in 1% of the cat population, and, unfortunately, urinary infections can recur in cats that are susceptible to them. A visit to your vet can determine if this is the cause of your cat’s bad bathroom habits. There is hope for these cats and solutions listed here on Wikipedia
I never knew cats were such high stress creatures. They always seem so relaxed and self assured. Any type of change to your cat’s surroundings can be considered a stress. Redecorating, house guests, a new pet, or even just a new appliance. Basically, any change to your home can cause stress to your furry feline.
Cats can be rather finicky about what is happening around them while they “take care of business” as well. Another animal that is too close during this time or if there are loud noises (like a washing machine or dish washer) near the litter box  can cause a cat to go elsewhere.
3. Litter Box Reasons
The general rule seems to be one litter box per household cat, plus one more. So if you have 3 cats, then you may need 4 litter boxes. Some cats do not like to share with others and some cats prefer doing each type of ,,, uh … toiletry, in two separate places. Then there are some kinds of litter that are preferable over others for cats. On top of all that, cats like clean litter boxes and can even be sensitive to the size of the litter box. It seems very high maintenance, but I guess once you get your particular cat figured out, then you’re good from there.
So, now that you know why, let’s figure out what to do about it.
Step 1:
Take your cat back to basics. Or start here if you have a new cat in the house. Set up one room as the cat’s training area. Place the litter box as far away from the cat’s food and bedding as possible. Keep your cat in this room until he has used the litter box appropriately several time. Don’t completely isolate him or he may feel he is being punished. Go in and play with him, etc.
Step 2:
Decide where you would like to keep your litter boxes permanently and then don’t move them around. Find a quiet, out of the way place and then keep them clean. Some cats will only use it if their mess is scooped out each time. Figure out which litter your cat likes best to help encourage him. If you have a kitten, or a cat that doesn’t quite make it into the box, then try using Kitten Attract, a special litter that draws your cats in.  Also be aware that some cats care about the size of the box, whether it has a lid, and whether it has a door.
Step 3:
Clean up any accidents immediately.
Then make the problem area undesirable to your cat. This can be done with deterrents, such as Feliway. Although it’s not normally recommended to move the litter box, you can try placing it on top of the area where your cat likes to urinate and then very gradually moving it to a more preferred location.
On top of everything else, remember that your cat isn’t being naughty on purpose. The more patience you are able to exhibit during this process, the higher your chances of success. Take time to play with him and encourage him in the good things. Although this sounds like a lot of work, the end result may be well worth the trouble.
Accidents do happen, and if you find yourself overwhelmed with urine in your carpet or upholstery, then be sure to give Aaron’s Quality Cleaners a call. We are the best carpet cleaner in Fresno, and very successful at removing pesky cat odors!

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger.
 

What’s That Smell?!

 

September 11, 2012

Whats That SmellWorking for a carpet cleaner I hear a lot of interesting stories from our customers. Smells in carpets are one of the biggest complaints that come through. Spilled milk, smoke and vomit are some of the top culprits. However, although it may not always seem polite to talk about, urine is by far the leading offender. Whether it be from pets, children or elderly parents, accidents happen. Left untreated, those accidents can become quite malodorous.

There is endless advice out there for getting odor out of your carpets: from baking soda to vinegar to special products. The variety of products out there is infinite. As are the varieties of cleaning methods. Let me give you an example of  how we do it here at Aaron’s Quality Cleaners.

With urine, for example, if you know where the smell is coming from, or if the stain is visible, then we thoroughly treat the area with an excellent enzyme spray that has proven to work the best for us throughout the years. If the location is unknown, then we darken the room and use a special, powerful, ultra violet light to find the guilty party. Different odors call for different products, so knowing the source is extremely helpful.

Sometimes urine has seeped past the carpet and into the pad beneath. In these cases we may use a syringe to inject the enzymatic product past the carpet and into the pad itself. Although often called a deodorizer, these enzymes do not cover the smell, but actually eat away at the offending bacteria creating the odor until there is nothing left. Pet odors can be especially tricky and will sometimes require more than one treatment.

If you have a male cat you may have even bigger problems.  I’m sorry, but they don’t have good manners and will urinate on the walls.  As sick as this sounds, we’ve seen urine up to 6 feet high on walls before!  Those odors will continue to create a bad smell until they are washed off the walls or painted over with an odor-barrier paint.  Clearly, these situations require more than just carpet cleaning.  And without question, dog urine is easier to deodorize that cat urine.

However, when odors in the carpet are treated, the carpets are then cleaned with our amazing rotary extractor.  It scrubs the fibers at a rate of 650 times per minute. We finish by rinsing with extremely hot water and then extracting it all out.  Presto!  No more yucky aromas drifting up from your carpets!

Sometimes, however, the urine problem may be so significant that deodorizing the carpet and pad is not sufficient.  In that case we will recommend carpet and pad replacement and sealing the sub floor with an odor barrier paint.  When you call, whatever the issue is, you will always receive an honest opinion about what we feel your best option most likely is.

So the next time Fido has an accident, there’s no need to fret!  You know who to call, the best carpet cleaner in Fresno! :)

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners cleans carpet, tile, aggregate and upholstery in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger California 

Dog Versus Carpet

June 10, 2013

 

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Dogs are great. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and colors. They have distinct personalities. And when you get a good one, wow is it fabulous! Man’s best friend, right?! Most of the time, yes, but unfortunately dogs will be dogs. And when Fido has to “go” then Fido “goes”. We know he means well, but accidents happen. If they happen too often, then your carpet can get pretty gross.

If you can catch the accident quickly, and it happens to me a small accident, then here are some easy steps to follow to keep a stain from setting in:

1.  If it’s a #2 accident, then use a plastic spoon to scoop up as much of the mess as you can and discard it in a plastic bag. If you press too hard, or rub, then you risk working it deeper into the carpet. No matter how angry or frustrated you might be about the position you’re in, gentleness is key.

2.  After step 1, or if the accident is urine, then soak up as much of it as possible with wet paper towels. Then gently re-wet the area with a bit of water.

3.  Using dry paper towels, blot the area to sponge up as much of the water as you can. If the area is heavy with urine, then you may want to repeat steps two and three a few times.

4.  Using a stain remover that is clearly marked for pet stains, spray the soiled area thoroughly. Allow the stain remover to sit for about five minutes, or according to the bottle directions.

5.  Finally, continue to blot the area with damp, followed by dry, paper towels. Persist at this process until there is nothing left in the carpet. At this point, the stain should be gone.

 

If you have indeed followed these directions and find that the dog stain has not come out of your carpet, then it looks like you’re going to need to call in the professionals. Sometimes stains occur that need commercial grade products and equipment to handle them effectively. If there is a strong odor to go along with that stain, then a professional is definitely called for.

One reason Aaron is the best carpet cleaner in Fresno and Clovis, is because he has so much stain and odor experience. Cleaning carpets for six years has introduced him to an amazing number of disastrous carpet issues. He has used that time wisely to fine tune his techniques and cull out the products that don’t work, as well as to discover the good ones that do.

Yes, dogs will be dogs, but now there’s hope and happiness ahead. If you are a pet owner, consider signing up for our Reminder Schedule every six months. We will keep track of your cleanings for you and send you a post card when it’s that time of year again. Now, go play with your dog … you know he didn’t mean it!

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger

5 Reasons NOT to Use a Rental Carpet Cleaner

May 17, 2013

 

Why Not to Use a Rented Carpet Cleaner

 

 

I hear a lot about rental carpet cleaning machines. You know, the kind you walk by in the grocery store or check out from your local hardware store. I must admit, they seem like a good idea. Keeping up with carpet maintenance in between professional cleans is a fabulous idea. Even more so if you have accident prone children or pets in the house.

Now I admit that I am completely biased on this topic, but rental cleaners are just not good enough when it comes to deep cleaning your carpet. If all goes well, the most they offer is peace of mind, unless of course you’re reading this post, then even that will be taken away from you. After all, it is nice to think your carpets are clean. But for a truly deep, healthy clean you really do need a professional steam cleaner. There’s just no comparison.

Here are the problems that often arise with rented carpet cleaning machines:

1. Too much soap

Granted, this is partially due to user error, but one of the most common downfalls of using a rented machine is that there is just too much soap put into the carpet. If you see suds during the cleaning process, then you have most likely used too much soap. If your carpet is sticky after it has dried, then there is still soap in it and you will need to work it over again, and again, to extract it all. The main problem with leaving soap in your carpets is that it will actually attract dirt, causing your carpets to soil more quickly and requiring them to be cleaned again.

2. Too much water

Another common issue with rental machines is that too much water is put into the carpet without the power needed to extract it back out again. User often find themselves going over the same area of carpeting numerous times with just the vacuuming engaged in an attempt to remove all the water. These machines just don’t have the muscle to do this job well. The main problem with leaving too much water in your carpets is that it can lead to mold and mildew issues.

3. Too much staining

Stain removal can be tricky. If you were unable to get a stain out of your carpet using a standard stain removing product, then using a rental machine is not likely to make you any more successful. Add to that, different stains call for different stain removal products. Coffee is treated differently that pet urine which is treated differently than grease. You can buy specialty products for each stain type, but they are usually only available in large amounts from special carpet cleaning suppliers.

4. Too much time

Cleaning carpets under the best circumstances takes an enormous amount of time. Complicate the process with inadequate equipment and weak products and it’s just a recipe for a very long, unproductive day. Rental machines require many passes, much of it with a bent back or on your hands and knees. The machines only work in one direction, and even then must be used extremely slowly in order to show any effect.

5. Too much malfunction

Rental carpet cleaning machines are not known for their consistency. Often times they are not serviced or maintained between users. Renters pretty much take their chances that they will be getting a machine that is in optimal working order. If the power and effectiveness of the machine have been compromised, then you are down before you’ve even begun your carpet cleaning process. It can make it a very frustrating and wearisome day.

Needless to say, rental carpet cleaning machines are not high on my list. The damage they do to carpets because of too much soap or water often shortens the life of those carpets. A professional steam cleaning every one or two years will save you money in the long run. Only a professional carpet cleaner, using high-quality equipment and effective products can give a carpet the proper, deep cleaning it needs.

And of course, we are such a cleaner! Aaron’s Quality Cleaners is the best carpet cleaner in Fresno and Clovis. Let us come out and show you what a difference a professional can make.

 

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger California.

Best Stain Remover … EVER!!

The Best Stain Remover EverStains! I hate them! Carpet stains. Upholstery stains. Clothing stains. Stains in my car. Can’t everything just stay looking nice with simple everyday cleaning? We all know the answer to that one.

And as if stains themselves are not enough to deal with, then we have to find the right product for the right stain. Which one for dirt versus coffee versus blood? And which one for carpet versus upholstery versus clothing?

It truly is enough to drive any decent person insane. Add to that all the reviews out there claiming that their product is the best. Do I buy the most expensive product because the high price is in direct proportion to its cleaning capability? Or the low priced product in case I somehow buy the wrong one and don’t want to be out too much money?

Well, I have finally solved all my stain questions. Yep. Now I am going to tout the remarkable capabilities of a stain remover that works on almost any type of stain AND can be used for carpet, upholstery or clothing. I can’t believe this product isn’t all-the-rage already. Guess it’s up to me to inform the world. What is this great product you ask?

FOLEX Instant Carpet Spot Remover!

I heard about it from my sister-in-law, who pretty much knows everything there is to know about household cleaning. I can’t remember how the topic came up (naturally), but eventually I found myself the proud owner of a bottle of this miracle elixir.

I’ve used it on coffee, wine, unknown brown spots, dog urine and most recently blood from my 10 year old daughter’s foot. I’ll admit that I was mildly impressed with this stain remover before, but when I saw that blood disappear from my carpet last night I was simply bowled over. Isn’t blood supposed to be one of the hardest stains to remove? It only took one application of FOLEX and the blood vanished.

So I looked it up online to see what magical ingredient it contained. Seems it is water based. Go figure. There are no solvents, soaps or oil-based cleaners in it. It is non-toxic, non-flammable and odor-free. It does not damage the backing of your carpet or leave any sticky residues behind. It does not attract or repel dirt, so your stained area remains the same color as the rest of the carpet after the stain has been removed.

So how does it work? It is a “surfactant”. This means it is an emulsifier that reduces surface tension around the area that needs to be cleaned. Basically it surrounds the stain and breaks it up in a way that allows it to be lifted out of the carpet. And get this. You can use FOLEX to remove a stain and it will not remove any carpet protector you have previously treated your carpet with. Very mysterious indeed.

Now, I have to put a couple of disclaimers in here. One is that I, Julie Rosenfeld, am saying that this product is awesome. It is my own personal opinion based on my own personal experience. Aaron’s Quality Cleaners does not back any specific cleaning products. Two is that whatever you are using FOLEX on has to be colorfast to start with. So try it on the carpet in the back corner of your closet before chancing it on the carpet in the center of your living room.

My guess is that there are probably stain removers out there that do a better job on very specific stains. But for best-all-around the prize goes to FOLEX for its versatility, convenience, price, and “wow” factor.

And best of all, it doesn’t cost a fortune and is easy to find. I found it for quite a variety of prices and even in bulk in some cases. I actually bought mine at the local grocery store. Here are some options if you decide to give it a try:

Amazon

Walmart

The Home Depot

And remember, the best carpet cleaner in Fresno is also the best stain remover in Fresno. That’s right, Aaron’s Quality Cleaners has a special guarantee when it comes to stains. We can’t promise to get that stain out, but we can promise to hit it with everything we’ve got. And if it doesn’t come out, you don’t pay!

 

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger California

 

The Soiled Sofa Blues

March 20, 2013

 

I’m going on a cruise! I’ve never been on one, but I’m ready to be wined and dined and sunned to my heart’s content. The only draw back to the whole vacation-alone-with-the-hubby idea is leaving the kiddos in good hands while we’re gone. Lucky for us, Grandma is awesome! She is going to stay with my three rowdy girls while we are gone for 12 days! I still can’t believe we’re doing this!

Grandma will be living in our house during this time AND Grandma is very clean. Let me tell you, my stress level has sky rocketed in the last two weeks as we prepare for her arrival. I never realized how dirty my shower was or how many dust bunnies were hiding under the bed. I even took the shelves out of my refrigerator and cleaned them. The place sparkles in anticipation of her arrival.

The one thing I’ve always struggled with however, is keeping that couch of mine clean. We love that couch and spend a lot of time on it. And believe me, it shows. I’ve been keeping it covered with a blanket in an attempt to stave off any more soilage, as well as to stave off anybody seeing what we’ve done to it. But you just can’t hide such a thing from a house guest. A new couch is definitely out of the question. I mean, we’ve already spent all that money on the cruise. A professionally cleaned couch, however, is right up our alley.

I’ve wondered in the past about how upholstery cleaning works. It doesn’t really seem to make sense to get sofa cushions wet. Can it actually be done in an efficient, yet effective, manner? Isn’t couch fabric sensitive or fragile in some way to chemicals and water? How appropriate that I now work for the best upholstery cleaner in Fresno! I’ve gotten the low down on sofa cleaning and will gladly share the process with you. Knowledge really is such a great thing to possess.

Here’s how the process works:

1. The upholstery is sprayed with a pre-spray appropriate to the fabric of your couch. We get a lot of questions concerning micro suede and micro fiber material. The answer is YES we can clean those. The only fabric that can’t be cleaned by the professional equipment we utilize at Aaron’s Quality Cleaners is leather. Micro suede, yes. Real suede, no.

2. Next comes the handy dandy upholstery tool. One way Aaron retains the “quality” in his cleaning is by keeping up with the latest gadgets available for carpet cleaners. Our newest upholstery tool is so much better because instead of shooting water down into the cushion of a chair or sofa, the tool lifts up the fabric, shoots the water across, and then sucks it out the other side. Barely any water gets into the cushions at all. That means not only a better, more thorough cleaning of the fabric, but also much faster dry times.

3. All the pre-spray, soil, and water is then extracted back out to a special container in the carpet cleaning van to be later disposed of according to EPA standards.

4. Stains can also be treated. Aaron has had a high success rate with stains ranging from wine and coffee to grease and even urine. He can’t guarantee ahead of time that he can get that stain out, but he does guarantee to give it everything he has. And if it doesn’t come out, he doesn’t charge you!

So Grandma’s coming and although I have a blanket covering my couch for protection against everyday living, I’m no longer afraid to have her see underneath that blanket. Big sigh of relief. After all, anyone willing to parent my children for 12 days deserves to do so in a clean house, at the very least!

So don’t lose heart! If your sofa looks a little well-used but you can’t afford something new, there is still hope for a compromise. Give Aaron’s Quality Cleaners a call and see the difference they can make in your furniture today!

 

Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger California
 
 

The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions

February 12, 2013

 

1. How much does carpet cleaning cost?

Rather than pricing carpet cleaning by the exact square foot, we’ve come up with a way to price it over the phone based on “areas” of the home. A simple call from you and a few questions from us is all that is needed. Also, the quote we give you right over the phone is not just a quote, but the actual price. That means you can trust us not to raise the price on you when we arrive to clean.

2. How do these prices compare with other carpet cleaners in the area?

Our prices are extremely fair. Not all carpet cleaning is created equal. Better carpet cleaning requires better equipment. Competitors using portable machines cannot clean as deeply or thoroughly as the system we’ve adopted. Pretty much, you get what you pay for on this one.

3. How often do I truly need to have my carpets cleaned?

The straight answer is once a year. However, needs are based on the details of your household. A house in the country or one with kids or pets may need to be cleaned every 4-6 months. Allergy sufferers may also need to have their carpets cleaned more frequently.

4. What carpet cleaning process do you use?

We use truck-mounted, hot water extraction. A process known to be far superior to other carpet cleaning methods in use.

You can rest assured that when you choose Aaron’s Quality Cleaners you are choosing the best carpet cleaning in Fresno. Our process, equipment, chemicals, and technology are always on the cutting edge of new developments. That means you get the healthiest and deepest clean out there.

5. How long will it take my carpets to dry?

Dry time depend on the weather. In the summertime, carpets usually dry in 12 hours. Wintertime takes longer, about 24 hours. You can increase the drying speed by using fans or turning on the heater. We also provide a speed dry service in our upgraded package.

6. Do I need to move all the furniture?

Basically, the customer moves whatever furniture fits his needs and we clean around the rest. Most people leave the big stuff, like beds and entertainment centers. The carpets are usually fairly clean under heavy furniture. Like the speed dry service, we can provide furniture moving services in our upgraded package.

7. When can I put my furniture back on the carpet?

Never put furniture with wood or metal footings back onto wet carpet! It will leave a permanent stain that we cannot remove. We provide plastic slips to place under furniture so that it can be returned to its position as soon as we’re gone.

8. Can you remove pet odors from carpet?

We have had great success getting pet smells out of carpet. From dogs and cats to snakes and hamsters, we’ve seen it all. Some urine deposits are much more difficult to eradicate than others and we can’t guarantee that the odor will come out. We can guarantee, however, to hit it with everything in our arsenal.

9. Why doesn’t the black line around the baseboards come out?

That black line you may see running along the carpet at your baseboard is call Filtration Soil. It is especially noticeable in lighter colored carpets. As air moves through the carpet, miniscule pieces of soil are left behind in the fibers. They are so small, that they cannot be removed. Over time they build up and cause the black line you see.

The best way to prevent filtration soil is to vacuum along the edges of the carpet on a regular basis. Then use a damp, white towel gently along the carpet to pick up any deposits.
Filtration soil can be very difficult to remove. Although we have had some success, there are many factors involved which are beyond a carpet cleaner’s control.

10. Is there any type of guarantee?

Absolutely! Our goal is to do such a great job for you that you’ll choose to be a customer for life and tell your friends and neighbors about our quality carpet cleaning service.

 

 Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas.  She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.

 

Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger California 

 

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