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CarpetClean can bring your carpets back to life, removing everyday soiling and the ravages of children and pets. Thorough cleaning by a specialist technician using the most appropriate methods and cleaning solutions will maximise your carpets appearance and longevity.
We use high powered professional equipment manufactured by industry leading companies together with a range of cleaning solutions chosen through years of experience and testing. All our work is fully guaranteed and insured for all risks.
Our multistage cleaning process begins with removing dry soiling followed by pre-treatment and then a hot water extraction rinse, often called 'steam cleaning'.
Your carpets will be cleaned to the highest standards and left dirt free, to air dry in typically 2 hours or less.
When you want a reliable, friendly service able to deliver first class results then call CarpetClean.
CarpetClean will rejuvenate your upholstered furnishings, both fabric and leather, reviving colours and textures lost through time and grime.
We pre-test all coverings to ensure only the safest cleaning processes and solutions are used.
Many fabrics used in soft furnishing are blends of fibers and any chair or sofa can contain mixes of several common fibers such as; cotton, polyester, linen, silk and viscose. Similarly there are a number of different leather types and finishes all with different cleaning requirements.
For fabrics we offer several cleaning process from normal water based cleaning, through semi-dry foam to dry solvent cleaning.
For leather we use only natural cleaning products to mirror the texture and feel of the leather to return the original appearance.
"Just had our two front rooms done and we are over the moon with the results would not hesitate to recommend CarpetClean 10/10". (EW)
Stains on carpets or upholstery such as, red wine, tea/coffee, soft drinks, tomato sauce, soot or curry can be successfully removed on over 95% of occasions. This can be accomplished effectively and without damage to your soft furnishings.
Unpleasant odours which sometimes come with stains and physical contaminants such as urine, faeces, vomit, blood, pets and waste food can also be removed.
We will treat any stain then apply an odour netraliser to remove the cause of the odour eliminating the source of the problem.
Through the use of odour neutralisers, urine neutraliser, anti-bacterials and enzyme treatments we can literally eat away the contamination and leave a pleasant smell in its place.
With both stains and odours the sooner we can get to work the better the outcome so call as soon as the accident happens.
We are only too aware of the complexity and demands on tenants /landlords at the start and end of a tenancy, especially when rental properties are expected to have all the carpets professionally cleaned and sanitised before re-letting. So finding a professional and reliable carpet cleaner from the many advertising for business should not be an additional problem.
We understand how important it is to tenants that all their key money is returned, as no-one likes last minute surprises! We also understand that landlords want their property returned with carpets fresh and clean for new tenants can enjoy. We are able to apply treatments for pet owners where letting agreements apply specific terms for carpet cleaning where animals have be present. For landlords we can deal with odours which may develop post tenancy. We take the worry out of carpet cleaning, we only clean to the highest standards whilst still remaining affordable and very cost effective. We provide a detailed printed invoice stating which areas have been cleaned and treated, with a duplicate if requested.
"Many thanks for the brilliant job you did yesterday on my suite and carpet. Will not hesitate to recommend" (TA) See More:
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Never been a better time to get your carpets cleaned. 10% discount for bookings 6th,7th, 8th or 9th June 17.