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Even if they don’t look dirty, knowing how to clean curtains, and making it part of your cleaning routine, will go a long way to helping your home stay clean.
Most curtains, whether they’re casual cotton or fancier damask, are made of woven fabrics that gather dust, pet hair and dander, even mold spores. Over time, these things accumulate, and your window treatments start to look dingy.
How to Clean Car Upholstery: The Simplified Approach – Carpeting, Fabric, Cloth, Velour, Vinyl
So day after day goes by and the only attention your car’s upholstery ever gets in the best of circumstances is a quick vacuum job. But vacuuming your car’s upholstery is only going to go so far in removing dirt that will accumulate within your car’s interior. Eventually you will need to find some form of upholstery cleaner, get personal with the interior of your car, and do some scrubbing!
Several Methods: Spot-Cleaning Stains, Cleaning Fabric Upholstery, Cleaning Vinyl Upholstery, Cleaning Leather Upholstery, Vacuuming Your Car, Hiring a Professional Detailer, Preventing Future Messes…
Keeping your car’s interior clean is just as important as keeping your car’s exterior well-maintained. You inhabit the inside of your vehicle whenever you drive, and it’s good for both your health and peace of mind to keep your vehicle’s interior clean. Luckily, cleaning your upholstery can be simple thanks to a variety of techniques and specific cleaning products tailored to vehicle upholstery…
How To Clean Car Upholstery For Beginners & Experts!
In this video, I demonstrate several different ways to clean car upholstery, because I wanted to make sure that everyone watching could benefit. Not only do I use expensive equipment, to help the professional detailers, but I also go very simple for all of the do it yourselfers.
Car upholstery cleaning is another area of detailing that can be very over complicated. Upholstery cleaning is actually a whole lot more simple than it seems. Super clean degreaser makes cleaning car upholstery for beginners and professional auto detailers very simple and effective!
In this video I use super clean as an all purpose cleaner to professional clean these car upholstery seats, all the while addressing strategies for the pro’s and enthusiasts! Follow along, and stop struggling to clean your car upholstery!
Best Car Upholstery Cleaners
The best interior cleaners will remove odors, tough dirt and stains with ease and usually a pleasant smell after use. Your car carpet is the most likely to contain dirt and bad smells but this can be removed easily with the latest car upholstery cleaners…
We clean your furnishings conscientiously. We are not in a hurry. We care about the results. We want to be proud of our work. We want to you to be satisfied. We want you as a repeat customer and most of our business is repeat customers.
For those of you who like details I’ll give you a brief description of how we clean.
Wet Cleaning: The best way to clean is with water. If your fabric can be wet cleaned that is how we will clean it. First we will vacuum, and then we will pre-spray spots to loosen that particular type of stain. Then we will spray the entire piece of furniture with a live enzyme that has a soil releasing agent, and then we will rinse the furniture with a special additive. This additive “invites” or “attracts” the soil to it, taking or transferring the soil from your furniture into itself and out of your fabric. The rinse water is not recycled, and your furniture is left nearly dry. We use the same wet method for cleaning carpeting…
*”Fiber Care did a great job on cleaning our upholstered chair! They were easy to reach and so helpful.” – Ann Holford
*”Fibercare is awesome! A friend of mine spilled a glass of red wine on my suede sofa. Noooo! I called up Fibercare and they came over the next day. John was super helpful and professional. They not only removed the stain but made my sofa look like new! I will definitely use them again! Mainly ’cause I have clumsy friends :-)” – Nathan M.
*”We had a piece of furniture that the painters dropped some paint on. We heard about Fibercare from a friend of ours who had used them before and recommended them. Johnny was very help and attentive to our concerns and removed the paint stain in a timely and professional manner. Five Stars, would use again!” – Collin B.
Our cutest companions are also some of our messiest. Here’s some help.
Your dogs, lovable scamps that they are, will commit all manner of unspeakable crimes against your carpeting, your furniture, their toys and anything else they can get to, which makes it a very good thing indeed that they’re so cute. In my role as a cleaning advice columnist, I’m asked no small number of questions about cleaning up after beloved pets; here, I’ve rounded up reader queries about dogs and the adorable, smelly messes they make…
Pet Poop! 3 MUST HAVES to Get Stains, Smell Out & Repel Future Accidents!
In this episode, I show you my top three picks for taking out that pet stain or accident from your carpet or hard floors. Nature’s Miracle will repel your pet from future staining due to its propriety smell. Vinegar is a great stain remover. And I use Out – Oxy Fast to really get that grime off the carpet…
Removing Urine, Feces and Vomit Stains From Carpets
Though I like to use natural remedies first, sometimes it’s just nice to grab a bottle of one of these sprays and get the job done.
Based on my experience (and by experience I mean my stepping in, using them and cleaning the urine up) these commercial products work….
The Silliest and Easiest Way to Clean a Dirty Whisk
Whisks can be tough to clean. All those skinny tines are great for emulsifying a vinaigrette or beating eggs whites, but they create lots of hard-to-reach spots to clean later. And especially when you’re cooking with bacteria-prone foods (like eggs!) or clingy, oily ones (like olive oil!), you really want to make sure your whisk gets thoroughly cleaned…
If you can organize your kitchen, you can organize your life. — Louis Parrish
Bigger is not always better, especially when we’re talking kitchens. Small kitchens are usually more efficient workspaces than large ones. Space and good design aren’t exclusive to a large kitchen — all you need are some good small kitchen decorating ideas that keep your small space organized, functional and beautiful.
MAKE YOUR HOME SMELL AMAZING WITH THESE 7 DIY CLEANERS!
I know you guys love natural DIY cleaning recipes, and I also know that you love essential oils and making your home smell great. So… this week we take a look at 7 easy to make natural DIY cleaning products that get “aroma-boosted” with some amazing essential oils infusions…
Clean Workout Clothes
“My favorite workout T-shirts come out of the laundry smelling good, but then after being worn for a couple hours they start to stink like a wet dog. What’s up with that? How can I get them really clean so the smell stays gone?”
Wash like fabrics together
Avoid washing athletic gear, especially if it has stretch in it, with towels, fleece and other linty items, as well as with very heavy garments, like jeans and sweatshirts. Athletic clothes with stretch in them will pick up stray lint in the wash, and heavy items can lead to pilling and damage to more delicate athleisure-wear…
No fabric softener
Fabric softener leaves a coating on clothing that can lead to odor retention, even in clean laundry. That coating, especially when it builds up, makes it harder for water and detergent to fully penetrate the fibers, trapping odor-causing bacteria…
Whether you’re rearranging or moving out, heavy furniture can leave behind quite the unattractive footprint on your carpet — and the longer the furniture has been there, the harder it is to persuade those carpet fibers to spring back into shape. So instead of laying on the floor with various carpet cleaning tools for hours on end, try this super simple method instead.
While you may already use food products to remove stains or wash the dishes, here are some other pantry staples to clean all kinds of messes…
Beyond Lemons and Vinegar: How to Clean With Ketchup, Vodka, Butter and More
For the purposes of this exercise, we’ve omitted food and drink items that are very commonly known for their cleaning prowess, like club soda, baking soda, citrus fruits, salt and, yes, white vinegar, in favor of focusing on more esoteric — at least in the realm of cleaning — foodstuffs. Like ketchup…
*”AMAZING! Your crew is fabulous-good as new! Thank you.” – Paige
*”I have a multi pet household and had my wall to wall carpeting protected with FiberCare before moving into my new home. Wow! What a fantastic product. All of the little pet ‘accidents’ clean up with little or no effort and even the ones that I missed and have already ‘set in’ have cleaned up beautifully. Great stuff!” – S.L.
*”This is a great company, they can clean even the finest fabrics. The prices are fair, they have been in business a long time. They are big on integrity and care about their work.” – Patrick O’Shaughnessy
*”Fiber Care is a great co they do good work and have been in Dallas over thirty years that says it all.” – James O.
*”If you have furnishings, wool carpet, or fine rugs that you want to be cared for properly, FiberCare and The Cleaning Company are who to turn to. The name says it all. This company cares about fibers!” – Roddi Schoneberg
*”Thank you for being so responsive to our request to have the bed steamed at Curtis on Monday. The guys who worked on it did an excellent job. After the bed was delivered, the designer reported back to us that it looked “amazing”. Please relay our thanks and appreciation to them. They saved the day for us.” – Diane Wood
How do you clean a microfiber couch? To clean microfiber, load up a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol, or pop a spray top right onto the bottle, and spray the soiled areas of your sofa. Use a clean cloth to blot and gently rub at the stains to lift them out of the fabric.
Deep-Clean. Sprinkle the entire couch with a good heap of baking soda. Baking soda helps release lurking smells and break up stains in the fabric. If you’re feeling your sofa really needs a serious clean, mix together this dry natural carpet cleaner, and then use for covering the fabric.
Rinse the sponge and use just water to blot out some of the soap mixture. Press dry with a cloth or paper towels. If your furniture cannot be cleaned with water, use vinegar or vodka on a cloth to blot the stains. The smell of both vinegar and vodka will disappear when the area is dry.
Combine 1/2 cup white vinegar and 1 cup warm water in a spray bottle, for use on plastic, nylon and synthetic leather upholstery. If the furniture is badly soiled, add 1/2 tablespoon of natural liquid soap…
Wipe the toothpaste off with a clean damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Once your furniture is clean, wipe a layer of wood polish on it to preserve the finish and add shine. You can use commercially prepared lemon oil. You can also make a simple polish by mixing 1 cup of olive oil with 1/4 cup white vinegar.