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Pub Carpet Cleaning Leicester & Loughborough

Pub Carpet Cleaning in Leicester & Loughborough Pubs need to be open 7 days a week for long hours and it is difficult for Landlords and Owners to find the time for a professional antibacterial carpet clean, without losing business. With subdued lighting and dark coloured carpets, you may not realise just how dirty the carpets […] Read more >

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Door Entry Mats Prolong Commercial Carpets

Door Entry Mats Prolong Commercial Carpets Its official… using door entry mats will prolong the life of your carpets, both at home and in your business premises. Door Entry Mats are Essential: If you have a retail shop, showroom or office, you can’t expect your customers, staff and visitors to take their shoes off at the […] Read more >

Removing pet wee from carpets

Removing Pet Wee From Carpets

New Pet This Summer Summer is a popular time of year to have a new pet, so its important to know about successfully removing pet wee from the carpets.  In summer the doors can be left open to help with house training but if it happens in the night, how should you get rid of the […] Read more >

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Carpet Stain Removal Top Tips

Carpet Stain Removal Top Tips These three easy methods will remove twenty of the most common carpet stains. It will depend on your carpet fibre and the duration of the stain, but if these methods don’t work, we can clean it professionally for you. Method 1 will remove: Alcohol, Coffee, Tea, Liquid foods, and Urine […] Read more >

Commercial Carpet Cleaning Leicester & Loughborough

Cleaning Commercial Carpet Tiles Leicester

Cleaning Commercial Carpet Tiles in Leicester As Senior Members of the National Carpet Cleaners Association, our advice for cleaning commercial carpet tiles in Leicester is to never clean any glued-down commercial carpet with a spray-on water technique. It will destroy the glue reducing their life significantly and causing dangerous lifting at the edges. Read more >