Pet Feces Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Pick up solids with a spoon, spatula or create a scraper by cutting a paper plate in half and use the two straight edges to scoop underneath the mess.  Grabbing the mess with a paper towel can push the stain and solids further into the carpeting.
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Fresh Urine Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Blot up liquids with an absorbent cloth or paper towels. White materials are recommended because certain dyes may bleed and make the stain worse. Remember not to press down hard on the area when blotting up messes
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Dried Urine Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Older urine stains can be difficult to remove, often leaving carpet fibers permanently discolored or with an unpleasant lingering odor. The odor of old urine is due to the bacterial decomposition of the urea in the urine which continues as long as there is moisture.  This is why the odor can become stronger on humid days or soon after the carpet has been cleaned. To clean older stains, you should apply an enzyme-type product.
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Vomit Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Blot up liquids with an absorbent cloth or paper towels. White materials are recommended because certain dyes may bleed and make the stain worse. Remember not to press down hard on the area when blotting up messes because it can drive the liquid further down into the carpeting and pad.
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Hair Ball Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Blot up liquids with an absorbent cloth or paper towels. White materials are recommended because certain dyes may bleed and make the stain worse. Remember not to press down hard on the area when blotting up messes because it can drive the liquid further down into the carpeting and pad.
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Muddy Paw Prints and Dirt Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Blot up liquids with an absorbent cloth or paper towels. White materials are recommended because certain dyes may bleed and make the stain worse. Remember not to press down hard on the area when blotting up messes because it can drive the liquid further down into the carpeting and pad.
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Blood Stains

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Pet Messes
Blot up with an absorbent cloth or paper towels. White materials are recommended because certain dyes may bleed and make the stain worse. Remember not to press down hard on the area when blotting up messes because it can drive the mess further down into the carpeting and pad.
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Basic Carpet Care

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Large Areas
Beautiful carpet can be a focal point of your home, but how do you keep it that way? Occasional vacuuming alone unfortunately isn’t enough. To keep your carpet looking good for a long time, you need to make sure you are keeping up with regular carpet maintenance. Don’t get intimidated by the word “regular.” Our team’s simplified the process to make it manageable, even on the busiest of schedules.
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What Not to Do When Deep Cleaning

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Large Areas
There’s been a lot of talk about what to do when deep cleaning: how to use the machine, which type of carpet cleaning formula is the best for your needs, how to remove stains, the list could go on and on! But today let’s focus on the opposite: what NOT to do!
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4 Reasons You Should Deep Clean Before Moving

Posted on 12/15/2016 by BISSELL
Categories: Cleaning Large Areas
Moving into a new home or apartment is exciting. Don’t let the disappointment of dirty carpets ruin your move-in day.
 
In fact, deep cleaning with high-quality equipment and cleaning formula can pay off in terms of peace of mind and a longer-lasting carpet. So, if you’re scheduled to move in soon, don’t forget to schedule an afternoon to give your carpets the fresh, clean appearance you and your family deserve.
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