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Filtration Soil

Filtration Soil

January 17, 2020

What are these dark areas next to the wall? What is this dark square that matches the dresser? We'll address each question below, but the title gave away the answer; all of the above installed carpet conditions are considered filtration soil.

Why Did The Color Change?

Why Did The Color Change?

October 25, 2019

It's become more common for companies to add dye to their product to make them more appealing, and we now see coffee, tea and wine being used to add color. The dyes can make the difference between a spot we can remove and a stain that permanently alters the color of a fiber. When a spill happens, there's no surprise about the color change as you can see the added color right away.

The Big 3 Holiday Spills

The Big 3 Holiday Spills

November 20, 2018

During the holidays, carpet and rug spills are quite common, especially when entertaining family and friends. In this article, we share our cures for 3 of the holiday's most common spills: gravy, coffee and red wine.

Mysterious Spots

Mysterious Spots

August 22, 2018

"Am I crazy or is there a new stain on my carpet?" Unexplained spots or stains on your carpet can be frustrating and confusing. In this blog, we'll discuss the origin of mystery stains, and how you can prevent and (often) repair discolored or bleached carpeting.

Tackling the Toughest Stains: Why They

Tackling the Toughest Stains: Why They're So Tough, and How to Remove Them

June 01, 2018

Spills and stains are a fact of life, but they don't have to ruin your installed carpet or area rugs. And, there are things you can do proactively to protect your textile furnishings before stains occur … and to remove them once they happen. In this post, we'll cover both situations and share some specifics about a few of the most common stains.