Keep It Clean! Offshore Carpet Cleaning offers tips to follow in between our professional cleaning visits!

There are several steps you can take when preparing your carpet for cleaning. A lot depends on how dirty it is or how big the spills, spots or stains are. This will determine what techniques we use or procedures to abide by. Here are some helpful tips on taking care of your carpet and preparing it for cleaning.
1. Offshore Carpet Cleaning wants you to know prevention is the best preparation so make sure you have your guest, family and yourself remove your shoes once you enter your house. If your carpet reaches your front door or any other place in your house that tends to have a lot of traffic, put rugs by those areas or plastic protector mats.
2. You should vacuum Offshore recommends two or three times a week and if you have pets such as dogs or cats, everyday. Not only does vacuuming keep your carpet looking good but it also keeps it fresh and clean. Don’t rush while vacuuming. Take your time to make sure you’ve hit all of the spots.
3. If you’re preparing your carpet for Offshore Carpet Cleaning to do a deep cleaning (recommended twice a year), move any furniture or other items that you would like them to clean up under. A great tip is to vacuum prior to Offshore arriving and point out any stains or spills once we are there so we can apply pre-treatment and clean it thoroughly.
4. Lastly, spills aren’t pleasant. If a spill happens on your carpet, don’t just let it sit there…clean it up right away. Offshore Carpet Cleaning has some suggestions of cleaning materials like baking powder, club soda, vinegar, lemon, salt or even carpet cleaner. When using the baking soda, let it sit for about 15 minutes to dry before you vacuum it up.
If you’re looking for a great carpet cleaning and have never used Offshore Carpet Cleaning before, check out our reviews online in places like Google, Facebook and Angie’s List.  We ensure every client walks away completely satisfied every time.
We clean your carpet (or the flooring surface of your choosing) from wall to wall and deep in the corners, sanitize with minimal drying time, use a pre-treatment used for spots and stains.
Offshore Carpet Cleaning also has a division offering Property Management and Janitorial cleaning.  All these great services are under one roof and come with the same great service staff.  We are owner operated so you can count on top not service every time.  We offer emergency 24 hour service as well as : restoration, water removal, window cleaning, contractor management, storm checks, rental property oversight, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout, area rugs, business cleaning, daily cleaning or weekly cleaning of your commercial property.  We are located in souther New Jersey and offer these services for all of Cape May County and Atlantic County.  Including, Margate, Linwood, Absecon, Brigantine, Ocean City, Atlantic City, Linwood, Northfield, Egg Harbor township, Hammonton, Vineland, Marmora, Sea Isle City, Cape May, Avalon and surrounding areas.

4 Comments on “Keep It Clean! Offshore Carpet Cleaning offers tips to follow in between our professional cleaning visits!

  1. Nicely done with this article. Definitely keeps the consumer in mind so they can save on additional cleaning from companies. Thanks for the share!

  2. Excellent article. And that is great you offer emergency services for carpets, for those problems that just cannot wait. We know that it is not good to let any carpet spill or stain stay for a long period of time, or it makes the clean up that much more challenging! And thanks for highlighting how homeowners should upkeep their carpets, and not use normal upkeep as a substitute for periodic professional carpet cleaning service.

  3. These are good tips. A lot of people I work with in my business don’t know the first thing about carpet cleaning. But that is why they hire us right. They are paying for our expertise in this area. There are some things they can do themselves and this lays out some of them. Thanks for the post!

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