Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Carpet Care Tips from a Professional Carpet Cleaner

Keeping your home healthy starts with clean carpets.

Carpet cleaning is just like exercise. If you get into a routine and keep it up, you will see great results and feel better for it. Understanding the best way to clean carpets will help you save time and help keep your carpet looking great, as well as help meet the warranty requirements of the carpet manufacturer.

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Below are some simple steps to keeping your carpets clean and looking great.

  1. Vacuum at least twice a week with a Carpet and Rug Institute approved vacuum.
  2. Clean spots and spills quickly with products that do not damage the carpet or cause it to re soil more quickly, especially pet urine spots.
  3. Thoroughly dust your home and clean or replace air conditioning and heating filters; clean all ducts and vents to decrease your exposure to pollen and other airborne allergens. Change air filters in your heating and air-conditioning systems as recommended in the manufacturer's directions. The more dust and particles removed by the filter, the fewer that fall onto the carpet and other surfaces in the home.
  4. Remove mold and mildew from moist areas around your home.  Mold is a fungus that can spark allergic reactions for many people throughout the year. Use non-toxic cleaning products and make sure bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens are free of unhealthy mold.
  5. Use Mats: Outdoor and indoor mats or runners can reduce the amount of dirt that enters and spreads in the house.
  6. Don't forget the tile and grout! High traffic areas collect dirt and germs, and most weekly cleanings don't do the job when it comes to giving these surfaces a thorough, healthy cleaning. The grout between tiles and stone can be the toughest to eliminate stains and bacteria from these extremely porous surfaces.
  7. Professionally deep clean your carpets at least every 6 to 12 months to remove deep-down, embedded dirt and grime.  Regular cleaning will not only improve your home’s appearance, but it will eliminate germs and allergens, improve your home’s indoor air quality and extend the life of your carpeting.

Preventing dirt and grime from getting on the carpet in the first place is a great way to start keeping it clean.

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Sunday, April 12, 2020

A MESSAGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS CONCERNING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Johnson county CHEM-DRY CARES ABOUT THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND EMPLOYEES.

CHEM-DRY CONTINUES TO SERVE COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

Across the country, Chem-Dry is operating as an essential business with guidance provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Cybersercurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
For more than 40 years, Chem-Dry has been committed to providing our customers with a healthy home and workplace. As we all adjust our lives during the current flu season and Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we want to share the steps we are taking to ensure that our services are being delivered in the healthiest manner to help you clean your home and protect your family.

Daily cleaning of frequently-used surfaces can be effective at making your home healthier. A deep cleaning and hospital-grade sanitizer application by Chem-Dry helps make your home cleaner and healthier by eliminating germs, bacteria and viruses.

Johnson County Chem-Dry Uses Hospital-Grade Sanitizers

  • Our Hospital-Grade Sanitizers are effective at eliminating 99.99% of bacteria from hard non-porous surfaces like tile, stone, wood, laminates and vinyl. 1

  • Our Hospital Grade Sanitizers have been approved by the EPA for use against the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. 2

These products are EPA-Registered Antimicrobial Sanitizers that meets the EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2 when used on hard non-porous surfaces including tile, stone, wood, laminates and vinyl.