Why not “Rug Doctor”??

Posted on October 10, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Question:   Why should I hire a professional carpet cleaner when I can rent a “rug doctor” and save myself a lot of money?

Answer:    Because these little machines have only a fraction of the cleaning power that a truck mounted professional carpet cleaning company uses.  You will NOT get the same results!  Also, a professional certified carpet cleaner understands all the many different types of carpet fibers and which type of cleaning solution to use for each  particular type of carpet fiber. If a solution is too alkaline, it will not completely rinse out and that leads to quicker resoiling!   Also, the professional will understand what particular type of pre-treatment is needed for which type of stain.

Most importantly,  even the largest carpet manufacturer in the world (Shaw) will tell
you:  DONT DO IT YOURSELF!  They tell you to hire a certified professional cleaner.
In fact, they insist that you hire only certified carpet cleaning pros to clean their product or you will void part of your warranty!

We highly recommend Sparkle Carpet and Upholstery Care  for our Atlanta Maid Service customers.

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