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What makes his work unique is that Bill uses a floor buffer with a brush on the bottom to apply a pre-spotter, and work it into the entire rug, rather than the more common method of spraying spots. Then he wet steams the rug to extract the dirt and water, leaving a beautiful rug behind. "I have kids, cats and dogs at home, so I experience everything homeowners experience."

As professional carpet cleaners the one question we almost always hear at the end of every cleaning job is, "What do I do if I spill something on the carpet after you're gone?"

And while some stains require the expertise of a trained professional there is now a way that you can remove the vast majority of spots and spills yourself - when you have the proper products.

Until now, consumers have only had access to "one product" spotters available at supermarkets or hardware stores. And while these products might remove some of the most basic spots, they fail on more difficult spotting problems.

The reason for this is simple. Because there are many different types of spots you need different types of spotting agents to remove them! One spotting agent simply can't do the job on every type of spot and spill. That's why Total Carpet Care offers the following five spot removers:
  • General Spotter
  • Gum, Tar and Grease Remover
  • Coffee and Tea Stain Remover
  • Juice and Dye Stain Remover
  • Pet Stain and Odor Remover
Give us a call at 215-750-7033 and we will bring you the right spot and stain remover for your specific needs. When we arrive, we can also provide a free estimate for any carpet cleaning that you may require.

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