Carpets come in different fibre types and colours. Here’s some advice on choosing and looking after your carpet.
When you are choosing a new carpet you need to take into account the area and the traffic the carpet is going to be laid in.
Is there a way to avoid paying a professional carpet cleaner to get things looking spic n span? Well not really!
The DIY carpet cleaning adverts on television have always fascinated me, as well as those stands in supermarkets selling carpet cleaning machines for hire.
These dark marks are known as filtration marks. Most people think they are caused by the dust collecting in at the edge of the carpet, but this is actually incorrect.
These filtration marks can appear next to skirting boards,[…]
Cleaning comes natural (to most!), we wash ourselves and our clothes, the car gets done on a Sunday and of course, carpets and sofas love a good clean. But where did all this start?
We can see examples of personal cleaning as far[…]
There is a variety of different leather’s out there and here is a short post about them. Leather is made from a variety of different hides in different ways. This is what gives it different looks and textures. The way the leather is cleaned is determined by the finish of the product.
Here are some facts about the comfy stuff we sit on. Upholstered furniture comes in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and materials. This post looks into the world and history of upholstery. […]
Have you had a stain on your carpet or sofa that will not shift even after you have tried everything under the kitchen sink on it?
DIY carpet clean is one of the biggest challenges to a professional carpet cleaner as it can chemically change the stain in question.
Look on the supermarket shelves and you will see an array of so-called ‘eco-friendly’ cleaning products, both for personal, carpet and household use. But just how healthy are these cleaning products?
Which is better – Wood or Carpet?
It is 2017 and life is all about having a socially acceptable and lavish looking housing interior. It is the norm now, to make sure your house is as aesthetically pleasing to eyes as the early dawn.