Carpet Cleaning

Commercial carpet cleaning in Perth CBD. Great results for cleaning a former Government building carpets. Using a properly qualified and experienced Technician makes the difference. Our staff are highly trained to meet the cleaning needs of different types of carpet, whether natural or synthetic. It is a point of pride that our IICRC certified Technician always cleans to AS/NZS 3733:1995 [Textile floor coverings—Cleaning maintenance...

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Some extremely expensive Goat Hair carpet that we very carefully cleaned today for a discerning client. Not hard to clean, but very easy to get it very wrong for the careless or untrained operator. Fortunately our Woolsafe certification gave us the knowledge to get it right first time. Make sure your carpet cleaner is properly trained and qualified to work in your home – or you could have disappointing or even damaging results....

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Medical Centre Blood spill removal. Biohazard Treatment. A minor Blood spill on the Carpet at a Perth Medical Centre, but still a Biohazard. Blood is not just some dirt to wash out, but a unique substance that requires knowledge and experience to properly remove. Otherwise there will be potential pathogens left behind. Biohazard treatments are one of PPCS specialties. Our staff are highly trained to meet the cleaning needs of...

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Treating Pet Urine in Carpet the right way. Extensive Dog urine contamination in carpet and underlay. The Urine is reacting as it is neutralised with a specialised solution before we flush and extract it all. This gets rid of any odours, stops any further damage to the carpet or its colour and kills the bacteria in the carpet and underlay. Urine is a very complex substance and cannot be DIY cleaned or treated by a normal carpet...

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Specialist stain treatment – 6 month old cat vomit in pure wool carpet Today’s win: 6 month old cat vomit in pure wool loop pile carpet – compounded by the client repeatedly flooding the marks with Vinegar and Bicarb soda etc. I assessed it as almost un-salvagable – so was careful not to overpromise. However, with some very careful and patient work, and a tiny drop of luck… I was able to achieve around a 95%...

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Dog urine in carpet – Properly neutralising and treating. About to start extracting and flushing on another dog urine job. Unfortunately, this specialised process is something that the average homeowner cannot DIY. Pets can sometimes leave problems with urine, faeces, hair, blood, body oils and odours in carpets. Only a trained Professional should treat these complex substances. Someone who really understands what they are doing;...

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