• Hints & Tips

  • Carpet Types - What's the Difference?

    Carpet is one of the most important things when creating a comfortable and healthy home. Gardna Carpet Cleaning believes it is very important to have knowledge of the different carpet types available, to ensure you get the perfect match for your installation space. There are many different types[...]

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    Create the Vintage Look in Your Home

    Vintage design, in every way possible, is a hot commodity right now—and the momentum is defiantly growing. Now let’s translate it into living area. What does it mean and how do you accomplish it? Here are just a few helpful hints and tips from our team at Gardna Carpet Cleaning that will [...]

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    Fresh Spill on Carpet

    Scrape up any solid matter (if any) with a knife, being careful not to push it further into the carpet. Blot up any liquid by placing towel over area and standing on it. Repeat this as many time as necessary. Pour a little soda water (or water)on to part of the stain and blot it up, if that works, [...]

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    Pet Puddles!

    November 25, 2013
    Pet Puddles!

    So here's a DIY tip that will help! With a towell, blot up as much as possible. Pour a little water onto area and blot up. On the last rinse put 1 tablespoons of vinegar into 2 cups of water, pour on carpet and blot up. Play a fan on the area to speed up drying if required.  If you still have a[...]

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    Nail Polish Spills

    November 4, 2013
    Nail Polish Spills

    Yes your first reaction is to mop it up, but depending on what you do will affect the outcome of fully removing the nail polish from the carpet. If you need to, just blot the nail polish spill carefully with absorbent paper, being careful not to push it further into the carpet. DO NOT USE NAIL [...]

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    Removal of Furniture Indentations

    To remove furniture indentations from carpet, pour enough hot water to fill the indentation, leave 30 seconds then place a folded towel on top and stand on it to soak up most of the water. Leave to dry. Deeper indentations may need a second treatment. Note: Synthetic carpets do not respond as [...]

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