Commercial Cleaning Tips: How to Remove Gum From Carpets and Rugs

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When you get gum in your office carpets or rugs, it often seems like the only option is cutting it out. However, before you resort to this extreme measure, you should give the following methods a try. Freeze the Gum Before Removing A very effective method of removing gum from carpets and rugs is to freeze it. This is a simple method you can do in the office on your own, since you probably have the items you need in the office break room.…

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Dealing With Waste When Your Student Tenants Move Out

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Although your lease agreement will state that your property must be left in its original condition, that’s unlikely to happen when you’re letting out your house to students. When a tenancy ends, you’ll no doubt be left with unwanted trash: used crockery, torn up upholstery or leg-snapped chairs. Waste disposal can be almost as troublesome and time consuming as a minor renovation. If this problem sounds familiar, these tips will help.…

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Things To Know About Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning

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If you are thinking about having your carpets cleaned, you have two main choices, steam cleaning and Chem-Dry. Steam cleaning involves the use of pressurized hot water and chemical cleaners that are injected into your carpet fibres and suctioned out. Chem-Dry is known as a carbonized cleaning method, and it may offer you some advantages over steam cleaning. Here are some important things to know about Chem-Dry so you can decide if it is right for you.…

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