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Reasons to Choose Professional Cleaning

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If you are thinking of hiring a professional for cleaning is unnecessary then you are mistaken. If you have quality rugs and carpet you should consider hiring professional carpet and rug cleaning services in Sydney for better results. There are so many benefits come from professional cleaners who have good knowledge about different kinds of rugs and carpets. Rugs can be difficult to clean properly. Wool, silk, and things like cotton cannot be spotted properly on the carpet thus making it difficult to clean. It is not surprising for an untrained person to damage the carpet or rug in order to get rid of a stain. Ruining a rug or carpet can be an expensive mistake so do you want...
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Odours & Colour Problems in Area Rugs

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In recent years there’s been a profusion of lesser quality, odorous area rugs that have appeared in the consumer marketplace. Most of these are hand tufted rugs from the Asian subcontinent, particularly imported from India, Pakistan or China. One of the common problems with these rugs is a tenacious unpleasant odour that emanates from the latex back coating or adhesive which is a part of the carpet construction. Unfortunately this foul odour is built-in and no amount of professional cleaning or deodourisation will permanently remove it. New rugs should never smell this way and good old rugs seldom do either. The odour can vary from mild to strong and oppressive. One characteristic smell typical of these rugs is of diesel...
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Ryde Carpet & Rug Cleaning

Masters Of Cleaning was contracted to clean 2 rugs in areas of heavy traffic. The rugs were of good quality but were soiled from use and the fibres compressed from constant usage. We applied our environmentally friendly cleaning agent liberally and allowed time for the agent to penetrate deep into the rugs. This would allow the soil and dust to be unbound from the carpet fibres and ready for our next step. Our truck mount high-pressure and high temperature water extraction system, commonly referred to as a steam cleaner in households, was used for the extraction process. The temperatures hit at around 100 degrees celcius killing any remaining bacteria or organisms and also loosening dirt and dust. The added pressure...
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Protein Fires

Protein fires
Dinner was in the oven, but what remains is a charred clump of roast, chicken or other meat - and a penetrating, rancid odour. It is called a protein fire, and professional restorers recognise it as a special category of damage. What is a protein fire? Unlike the typical kitchen fire, protein “fires” produce little visible smoke residue. The low level of heat reduces the animal fat and protein to a fine mist, leaving a clear, almost invisible film. That can be a problem, because the casual observer sees no black residue and mistakenly assumes the condition to be minor. In fact, the obnoxious odour, combined with the absence of visible smoke, makes protein fires one of the most frustrating...
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