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Mel Lorg
Melvin Lorg Melvin Lorg is the owner of Mel's World Class Carpet Cleaning. He has been in the carpet cleaning business for over thirteen years. Mel's company is certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). Mel spends much of his time teaching his carpet cleaners how to achieve excellence in cleaning and customer service, and has dedicated his business to helping homeowners get the highest return from their carpet investment. Mel welcomes your inquires and can be reached by phone at (800) 318-9812, (316) 687-9812 or (316) 941- 3500.
Carpet Cleaning & Restoration
2006-02-01 15:19:00
Keeping carpets spill-proof
Answer: Life’s full of surprises in our everyday world with kids, pets, spills, and splatters.  None of us have time to worry about the daily mishaps that could threaten the beauty of your fine furniture or carpet. When you protect your carpet and upholstery with a good quality carpet or fabric protector, you can gain some piece of mind that your carpet and upholstery will stay cleaner, brighter, fresher longer knowing that a quality carpet protector is guarding against soil and stains so you don’t have to.How does it work, you ask?   The same technology that prevents food sticking on your pots and pans can also prevent stains on your carpeting. With your carpet and upholstery being freshly cleaned, your professional carpet cleaner applies a quick-drying silicone based product (again imagine non stick cookware.)  With each application a quality upholstery carpet protector will create a powerful, invisible shield around the fibers that keep dust, dirt, and liquids from becoming absorbed into the fabric.  And because of the repellency of a good quality fabric protector you would have more time to clean up and remove and spills or dirt before they can permanently stain your carpet. Here are suggested tips for an easier clean up:• Solid and semisolid spills should be scraped lightly with a table knife or similar tool to remove excess debris.• Liquid spills should be blotted up immediately with a towel or absorbent cloth.• If a stain is allowed to dry or ground into the carpet, they should be removed using a normal cleaning procedure.   Remember always rinse your fabric thoroughly with water to remove excess cleaning solutions. All carpet and upholstery protectors should be used on all types of carpet, and water-safe upholstery fabrics.  Also keep in mind that even with your carpet having built-in soil and stain protection you should have a professional carpet cleaner apply a quality after market protection after your carpet or upholstery has been professionally shampooed or cleaned.
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