Posts Tagged ‘Carpet Cleaner Tampa’

Carpet Cleaning Specials

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

If you are looking to have your carpet cleaned in the Tampa Bay area we are now offering cleaning specials that will end on January 31, 2010.

Our unique 13 step carpet cleaning process is designed for Maximum Stain and Maximum Soil removal which will provide you with the cleanest carpets possible. We use all certified green cleaning solutions with our cleaning process, which means no harsh perfumes or cleaning residue that could be harmful for your family or pets.

Most carpet take 1-3 hour to dry, which means you don’t have to worry about staying off the carpet after its cleaned.

We service the Tampa Bay area including Wesley Chapel, Brandon, Valrico, Clearwater, St Petersburg, and Land o Lakes area.

3 Rooms Carpet Cleaning $105

4 Rooms Carpet Cleaning $140

5 Rooms Carpet Cleaning $175

After your carpet cleaning we offer carpet protector only $18 per Room

Call now for Same Day Carpet Cleaning 813-907-9092 or visit us on the web at www.NationalClean.com

Carpet Cleaning: Homemade Pet Odor Removal

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Homemade Pet Odor Removal

The best homemade pet odor removal is prevention through good cleaning practices. However, there are some natural homemade pet odor neutralizer procedure when necessary.

Hydrogen Peroxide is one of the best homemade pet odor removal solutions. Depending on the surface or material that you are cleaning, you can use the standard 3% peroxide solution as your new homemade pet odor removal. Or if you are moping a floor, you may want to consider using 1 cup a high mix (35%) with 1 gallon of hot water.

Using H2o2 as a homemade pet odor removal is a great choice because of its disinfectant, anti-bacterial, anti-mold and anti-mildew properties. Secondly, it’s a homemade pet odor removal solution that is non-toxic to people, plants and of course, household pets.

Other common household products that can be used as a homemade pet odor removal solution is dishwashing detergent and vinegar. You can mix a quart of water with several drops of detergent and a couple tablespoons of vinegar to make this nifty homemade pet odor removal mixture.

Apply your new homemade pet odor removal mixture to fresh pet stains. If the pet stain has already dried out, you may be too late.

A third homemade pet odor removal is Borax. Sometimes it will clean a soiled area well, but the best property of this homemade pet odor removal is its ability to remove unpleasant odors.

As always, if your homemade pet odor removal solutions don’t quite do the job, you can always call the pros at National Carpet Cleaning Specialists.

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