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Indelible Holiday memories should be in your mind, not on your carpet

Indelible Holiday memories should be in your mind, not on your carpet

Sponsored by: Green Ingenuity Inc – 3, 603 77 Avenue SE Calgary
Author: Bob Keast

As you get your home back to normal after a busy holiday season of family activities, celebrations and entertaining, you probably can’t help but notice that your rugs, carpet and/or upholstery have suffered at least some abuse.

As you take inventory of the spills, spots, dribbles and general soiling that have accumulated, remember that successful removal and correction of these is reliant on a number of factors, and time, being one of them, is one that can be controlled. It is important to have a skilled cleaning technician address these issues promptly. Even though many spills and drips have already dried and maybe even an attempt has been made to clean them, leaving them for weeks can cause permanent color change and/or damage to fibres as chemical reactions occur. This is especially true for pet accidents and food and beverage spills.

A knowledgeable, experienced technician from a long-established, reputable cleaning company will be able to enhance the appearance of rugs, carpet and upholstery, extend their usable life and remove or minimize those spots and problem areas. Just having some idea of how a spill occurred will aid the technician in his cleaning efforts and as time marches on, our recollection of how a specific spot occurred tends to blur.

Don’t let inclimate winter weather deter you from scheduling a cleaning appointment, either. A good cleaning provider will know how to protect your home during the cleaning process and may even be offering incentives during a typically slow period of the year.

So, if your carpet is suffering from the results of an over-watered Christmas tree or your sofa cushion has a candy-cane imprint or your dining room rug has a new cranberry motif take a moment to contact Green Ingenuity and put your worries to rest.