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Carpet Cleaner in Happy Camp, California

I just wanted to let folks in Happy Camp, Seiad Valley, and Scott Bar know that I’m now coming to your area every nearly every month.

I started cleaning carpets in Happy Camp last year, but I’ve been carpet cleaning since 1989, and can make your carpets look fantastic!

Some of the challenges of carpet cleaning along the Klamath River in places like Happy Camp, Seiad Valley, and Scott Bar are the fine dark soil that gets into the entry and walkway carpets, makes dark lines under doors, and won’t come out with vacuuming

Other challenges are the residue from snow melt that gets tracked in on boots all winter. pet stains and odors, pollen, and the soot and smoke from wood stoves and kerosene heaters.

I’d love to help you have a cleaner home or business.

Dirty Hallway Carpet

Dirty Hallway

Whether you live in the area all year round, or have a vacation cabin or second home, you’ll want to get the dirt, smoke, pollen, dust, and odors out of your home, and have clean carpets and upholstery.

Having a clean home can reduce the symptoms of allergies and make your carpet last longer.

Carpets and furniture last longer when abrasive sand, dirt, and grit are removed on a regular basis.

Vacuuming is essential to maintaining your floors and upholstery, but to remove spots, sticky or greasy soils, and spills, you should have your carpets cleaned at least once a year.

What Method is Best to Clean Carpets?

I clean carpets all over Siskiyou County, and I’ve found that when carpets get heavy traffic zones, or haven’t been cleaned in a long time, that a three step process is often the best way to clean.

First, a thorough vacuuming of all of the carpets. Vacuum the furniture too, you might be amazed at a significant color and brightness transformation right before your eyes. That dust can really dull the appearance of even dark colored fabrics and floors.

Secondly, I’ll pre-treat the carpets and when necessary I’ll pre-scrub the carpets using an orbital pad system to gently lift the soils from the fibers so that they can be rinsed away with the carpet extractor.

Third, I’ll clean and rinse the carpets with a high quality emulsifier. An emulsifier is a liquid solution that reduces surface tension of particles and allows grease, oils, and water to combine and be more easily rinsed and lifted from the dirty carpets and fibers.

After I’ve cleaned and rinsed your carpets, I’ll groom them with a carpet rake to make the fibers stand up nice and tall, and to remove any patterns left from cleaning. The end result is a carpet that looks and feels soft, fluffy, and plush again. Not only that, but it will smell clean and fresh.

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