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When you are looking to have your carpets cleaned there are some things to consider. You can have a schedule so that you have them cleaned on a regular basis which will help them last longer. You may need to have them cleaned more often if you have pets in your home or a lot of foot traffic. Just like these considerations when having the carpets cleaned there are some to look at when you realize they need to be replaced. The carpets should last 8-10 years as long as you take care of them. If you get to a point that you think the carpets are ready to be replaced you must consider why.
 

Carpet Care 2000 Lists Signs You Can Look for When You Need to Replace Your Carpets

Carpet Stains: When it comes to new carpet most of them have a coating on them that will protect them from spills. The protectant will wear off and when you spill on the carpet after some time it will start to soak in faster. There are tips and tricks for removing stains from your carpet as well as the help of a professional carpet cleaner. With that said there are some stains that get overlooked and could stay on the carpet making them hard to impossible to remove. When your carpets are starting to have stains that are left and cannot be removed it may be time to replace them. If you choose to replace them you will want to be better at having them cleaned on a regular basis and treating for stains right away.
Condition of Old Carpet Padding: The actual layer of carpet is really only part of the flooring. The carpet is laid on the ground over the padding. The padding is the first layer that is an important part of the floor and the comfort. The thicker and more durable the pad the longer it tends to last. When you have been using the carpets for a long time or you have insufficient padding you will start to notice the comfort slipping. This is a sign that the carpets will need to be replaced as well as the padding.
How Old is My Carpet?: If you are thinking it is time to have new carpets installed you should think of the age of the current carpet. You can change out the carpet simply to upgrade the look and feel of the room but you might need to because it has started to wear out. The carpets, as long as they are cared for, can last quite a few years. If you have had your carpets for eight to ten years you may be in need of new carpets. That is the recommended length of time that they are supposed to last.
 

Carpet Cleaning, Repair, Installation, Replacement & More in Tracy, Livermore, San Ramon, Dublin, Mountain House, Walnut Creek, Danville & the East Bay of California

If you thinking of replacing your carpet you want to consult with a professional that has installation experience. Carpet Care 2000 can come out and make decisions about the carpet and what would be best in your home.

The ghosts and ghouls of Halloween are all fun and games; until you notice that the aftermath of the party is left on your carpet. Getting Halloween stains out of your carpet can be challenging, but with some tips and tricks, the situation is totally manageable. Carpet Care 2000 is here to share some tips that will help you remove Halloween stains from your carpet.
 

Pumpkin Stain Removal from Carpet

Sometimes while making your jack-o-lantern smile, the guts of the pumpkin can make their way onto your carpet. Here are the steps to remove any trace of pumpkin from your carpet.
1. Remove any excess pumpkin from the surface of your carpet. Use a dull knife or a spoon to scoop or scrape away any pumpkin on your carpet.
2. Mix together one teaspoon non-bleach laundry detergent with one quart of warm water in a squirt bottle and spray the pumpkin stain.
3. Allow the cleaning solution to sit on the carpet for 5 minutes or so before getting to work.
4. Use a clean white cloth to blot away any cleaning solution as well as the pumpkin stain. Continue blotting the stain until it is removed.
5. Rinsing the area after removing the stain is important. Any cleaning solution left behind could potentially attract other dirt and debris.
 

Removing Black Eyeshadow Makeup from Carpet

Nothing will finish a costume like the perfect makeup. Halloween makeup, especially black makeup, can be difficult to remove from any surface, but especially carpet. Here are the steps to removing zombie makeup from your carpet.
1. Remove any excess makeup from the surface of your carpet. When doing this, do it carefully, blotting rather than scrubbing. Scrubbing will only smear it into the fibers even more.
2. Use either makeup remover or isopropyl alcohol to remove the stain. You should always test any cleaner on an inconspicuous area of your carpet to make sure it won’t damage it.
3. After testing the cleaner, saturate the stain and allow the cleaner to sit for 10 minutes before blotting to remove it. Never scrub the stain. This will only smear the stain and damage the fibers of your carpet.
4. Repeat step number 3 as many times as needed to completely remove the makeup.
5. Rinse the area after you have successfully removed the stain.
 

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Sometimes, the stains left behind from Halloween can seem impossible to remove. If you are having a difficult time removing any Halloween stains from your carpet, the carpet experts at Carpet Care 2000 are here to help. We have the extensive training and experience needed to help you erase any trace of Halloween from your carpet. With the right resources, there isn’t a stain out there that we aren’t able to get rid of. Sometimes, your busy schedule may simply not afford any extra time for cleaning carpet. Call us today for any of your carpet cleaning needs.

With Halloween just around the corner, now is the time for our many Halloween traditions and activities. One that can make quite a mess is carving the pumpkins. Many families love to carve their pumpkins in the living room and turn on their favorite Halloween movies while they carve a face to enhance the Halloween spirit. However, those left with cleaning up often find various pumpkin pits and stains on their precious carpets or rugs. There are several cleaning solutions that work great on getting pumpkins stain out of carpet and rugs. Carpet Care 2000 will share the different cleaning mixtures and how to clean pumpkin stains.
 

Detergent Pumpkin Stain Removal Carpet Cleaning Solution

One method to cleaning pumpkin stains is to use ¼ teaspoon of liquid dish soap such as dawn dish soap, and then mix it with 1 cup of lukewarm water. Make sure not to use more dish soap and don’t use laundry soap on carpets. Use a bowl and a cup to mix together the cleaning solution.
 

Vinegar Pumpkin Carpet Stain Remover

This cleaning solution uses 1 cup of vinegar and two cups of water, or if you want a smaller amount, 1 part vinegar and 2 part water. You can mix the water and vinegar in a bowl, cup, or spray bottle to apply to your carpet or rug.
 

Ammonia Can Be Used to Remove Pumpkin Stains

Ammonia is great to clean just about any stain. However, be careful depending on your carpet and the dyes used because ammonia can discolor your rug and carpet. If you choose to use this cleaning solution test a small hidden area first and see how it reacts to your carpet or rugs. To create a cleaning solution for removing pumpkin stains, mix together either in a bowl, cup, or spray bottle; 1 tablespoon of ammonia and 1 cup of water.
 

Rinse Cleaning Agents from Carpet

After you use any of the cleaning methods listed above for the stain, always rinse the marred area with warm water. Don’t mix the water with anything else when rinsing.
 

How to Clean & Remove Pumpkin Stains from Carpet

When you first spot the pumpkin stain after your carving activity, you will want to remove any of the pits or chunks with a butter knife if you need to scrape it off, or simply pick it up with a paper towel. Next apply your preferred cleaning solution by spraying or blotting the solution, starting from the outside of the stain and work your way inwards. Use a white cloth when blotting to prevent the dye from the cloth from seeping into your carpet while you’re cleaning a stain. Blot at the stain until it’s dissolved, then repeat the same process but with the water to rinse the cleaning solution out. After cleaning the carpet or rug and after the stain has had time to dry, you can use a vacuum cleaner to help restore your carpets fluff.
 

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Carpet Care 2000 wishes you luck with your pumpkin carving and have a happy Halloween! If you find some stains are too tough to clean yourself, or you want your entire carpeted area deep cleaned, contact Carpet Care 2000 today!

Anyone can grab a vacuum cleaner and start vacuuming but that doesn’t mean it will get done the right way. Even the best vacuum cleaners will leave dirt, dust, dander and more if they aren’t used correctly. If you get your floors and carpets truly clean then you’ll improve the air quality in your home and that is good for everyone!
 

How to Clean & Vacuum Carpet

1. Make a vacuuming schedule and stick to it. Floors should be vacuumed at least once a week for most of the house with high-traffic areas vacuumed more often, especially if you have pets. If you don’t want to vacuum that often use a pet-hair tool for spot cleaning.
2. Minimize the mess. You won’t need to vacuum as much if you can keep dirt out of your house. Use mats at entrances and make a rule about no shoes in the house to reduce dirt getting tracked in. Make dusting part of your cleaning routine and do it before you vacuum so the fallen particles will be picked up.
3. Spot-treat carpet spills. Always clean stains as soon as you find them. Blot with a clean cloth or paper towel and use a carpet stain remover for more stubborn spills.
4. Use the right vacuum attachments. Vacuum cleaners come with attachments like a crevice tool to get into tight spots, an upholstery tool for furniture and mattresses and an attachment with a brush for dusting purposes. Most vacuum cleaners will also have a carpet-height adjustment. Adjusting this to the height of your carpet will allow the vacuum cleaner to move more easily while you clean.
5. Avoid vacuuming small objects. Try not to vacuum small objects like coins or paperclips. It’s better to pick them up to avoid clogging the nozzles and hoses that can damage the fan of the vacuum. This can lead to repairs and money out of your pocket.
6. Make multiple passes when vacuuming. One pass isn’t enough to clean the carpet. To make sure you’ve picked up embedded matter, make several passes before you move on.
7. Be careful when vacuuming area rugs. Area rugs should be vacuumed from the center out to avoid fraying the edges. You can also take them outside and beat them with a broom to remove a lot of dirt and debris.
8. Change vacuum bag or empty canister often. Upright vacuums have a hose that fits onto the bag about a quarter of the way from its top. To maintain proper suction, it’s a good idea to change the bag once it gets to be one-half to two-thirds full. This will also prevent particles from being forced back out of the vacuum.
9. Take care of your vacuum cleaner. Make sure you clean the filters of your vacuum cleaner and clean the rotating brush because hair loves to get wrapped around it and makes it less effective and worn brushes can affect the texture of your carpet as well. If the cord ever looks damaged, replace it.
10. Professional carpet cleaning. Carpet cleaning is great but you need to have deep cleaning done by professional to remove dirt and oil the can cling to the fibers.
 

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Use these tips to keep you floors and carpets as clean as you can and trust the professionals at Carpet Care 2000 for the deep cleaning your carpets need. Call us today to make an appointment.

When you choose to take on a home renovation or craft project, often times paint is part of the project. The paint that you use will look great on your project but when it drips on your carpet it can be a travesty. There are many different types of paint that can be used and when it gets in the carpet you need to have the right technique if you want to remove it. If you don’t clean the spot correctly or even fast enough it can become permanent or even bigger. There are different cleaning options that are available depending on what type paint you have used.
 

Carpet Care 2000 Lists Steps to Clean Paint Off Your Carpet

Removing Water Based Paint from Carpet: Many people use water based paint when they have a room painted in their home. It is one of the options that is available and if you drip it on your carpet you need to clean it as soon as possible. All stains need to be cleaned quickly but paint is one of the most important to get to fast. When you clean stains most people use water or cleaner to saturate the area. The problem that you will run into when you try to clean water based paint is too much water can spread the paint out. That means you need to use a better technique when you clean water based paint to remove it. Start off by using a clean cloth and only a small amount of warm water. You can add a splash of vinegar to help neutralize the stain and lift it. You need to dab and apply pressure to get the stain out of the carpet.
How to Remove Acrylic Paint from Carpet: If you are doing a craft in your home it is most often acrylic paint. This is also paint that is used when kids do crafts. The problem is that it can stain the carpet and other fabrics as well. If the paint has dripped or splashed on the carpet you want to remove as much of the excess acrylic paint as possible. This will help to prevent the stain from spreading any further. You want to collect a clean cloth and glycerin so that you can clean the remaining paint. Apply the glycerin and then use the clean cloth to pull the paint off the carpet with dabbing. Most of the stain should be cleared after this but if there are still some color left you can then apply rubbing alcohol to finish the stain removal.
How to Take Oil Paint Out of Carpet: This is the type of paint that is the hardest to get out of any textile. If you use oil based paint it is also an option when painting your homes interior. When it spills on the carpet fast action is a must. When you stain your clothes with this type of paint you generally just throw them out. When you stain your carpet you have to clean it since you can’t just throw out the entire flooring. The best stain removal for this type of paint is turpentine and paper towels. You can soak the affected area with the turpentine and then work to clean it with a clean cloth.
 

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Carpet Care 2000 offers expert paint and other carpet and sofa stain and odor removal services. Contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more today!

Halloween is right around the corner and families across the nation are getting their yards ready with decorations in preparation for the kickoff of the party season. If there is one thing that is synonymous with parties it’s the unfortunate reality that something soft and squishy is likely going to be dropped on your carpets, rugs or upholstery. The knowledgeable experts at Carpet Care 2000 are the stain experts when it comes to professional carpet and upholstery cleaning expertly removing all manner of soft, sugary and brightly colored candy treats and many other food items that can become stuck on the surface and deep in the fibers of your carpets.
 

How to Remove Stains from Carpets & Rugs

Halloween Candy Stains: Regardless of the type, finding candy stuck in your carpet is probably not your idea of a successful party. Begin by scraping up as much as you can from the surface with a spoon before blotting with a clean white cloth and a mild solution of detergent. Once the stain is removed, rinse with cold water and continue to blot as much of the excess water as possible. Repeat the process until the stain is gone.
Halloween makeup: one of the most exciting things about Halloween is a costume party at least until you find Halloween makeup smeared into your carpet. Using a bread knife, scrape as much up as can, or in the case of solids, use a small vacuum. Take a clean white cloth and begin the process of blotting the stain with a mild detergent/water solution. Always blot the stain, never rub as this may harm the fibers and damage the texture of your carpets and rugs. Once the stain is completely removed, rinse with cold water and blot with additional clean cloths until dry. Never attempt to remove the stain with rubbing alcohol doing so can damage the carpet backing leading to expensive repairs or carpet replacements.
Chocolate Carpet Stains: Chocolate may cause your taste buds to go into overdrive, but it can wreak havoc on your carpets. To remove chocolate stains scrap up as much as you can before blotting with a clean dry cloth. It is possible to neutralize the stain using a mild ammonia solution of 1 tablespoon of clear ammonia combined with ½ cup of water before blotting with a mild detergent solution but this method can be problematic if you add too much solution to the stain potentially leading to further damage.
 

DIY Carpet Stain Removal

Removing stains at home requires a great deal of time and patience and despite your best efforts you may not be completely pleased with the results. Remember:
• If you attempt to remove stains with a store brought spot removal solution always test for color fastness by applying product in an inconspicuous area first.
• Act as quickly as possible to avoid a permanent stain on your carpets or soft furnishings.
• Many spot cleaning solutions available on the market leave a residue that often attracts more dirt. Several rinses with lukewarm tap water may be necessary to effectively remove traces of residue.
 

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To learn more about professional carpet, rug, and upholstery cleaning services for your Greater Tracy, California home, contact the knowledgeable experts at Carpet Care 2000 today.

There are several things that can cause or create ripples in carpets. Some of the most common causes are age, humidity, dragging heavy items over the carpet and incorrectly cleaning carpets. When these ripples occur, especially in newer carpet, you can re-stretch the carpet and give your floor a smooth and tight look once again. Carpet Care 2000 will share how to repair carpet rippling and the steps involved to re-stretch the rippled carpet.
 

How to Get Carpet Ripples Out

Step 1. To begin, remove all of the furniture from off of the carpet. Make sure the carpet is bare of any items and make sure not to drag the furniture causing even more rippling.
Step 2. Remove any floor registers or thresholds that may be along the carpet. Next determine how your carpet was laid. Carpets are laid down with either a tack-less or tack strip system.
Step 3. After determining how the carpet was laid, you can begin pulling the carpet. Begin pulling the carpet on the opposite side of the rippling and only remove the carpet to the point where the rippling ends. If the padding is bunched up in any areas attempt to lay the padding flat. Don’t roll the carpet just pull it up and let it lay flat.
Step 4. Next replace any damaged or loosened tack strips. When replacing tack strips you will want to install the tack strips close to the wall or edges to help keep the carpet tighter.
Step 5. If your carpet has any frayed edges, use a utility knife and remove the frayed areas. Then use a steam sealer or carpet latex to enclose the carpet to prevent future fraying. Make sure to let the sealer fully dry before continuing to the next step.
Step 6. On the side where the carpet is still attached or held in place, which should be the rippling side, begin laying the head of the power steamer about a foot away from the edge. You may need to add sections of pole to the power steamer long enough to reach the end of the carpet. Use a piece of wood such as a 2×4 to help protect the wall. Butt the pole against the wood and the wall.
Step 7. Begin pumping the head of the power steamer leaver to begin stretching the carpet. As you tighten the carpet, tack the edge of the carpet down on the tack strips or the tack-less strips you may find that you may have access carpet trim the carpet and tuck the edges underneath the floor trim work. You can use a carpet tack hammer to help put the corners of the carpet in place.
 

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For those who have never had the experience of re-stretching or repairing carpet ripples before, you might find this process of re-stretching carpet difficult. If you find that you lack the experience or the time repairing your carpet, don’t stress. Carpet Care 2000 provides carpet installation, repair and re-stretching services. If your carpet needs it own facelift, contact Carpet Care 2000 and schedule your carpet repair and re-stretching today.

When caring for our carpets, many homeowners forget the importance of daily maintenance and that proper care contributes to the overall condition, appearance, and lifespan. Carpets can quickly deteriorate without proper vacuuming, and maintenance; making carpets appear dingy, dull and old before their time. Keeping on top of your own cleaning and care as well as investing professional services will keep your carpets better preserved and in pristine condition. To ensure your carpets last, we at Carpet Care 2000 would like to remind our consumers of the basics concerning carpet care.
 

Carpet Cleaning & Care Tips

1) Not everyone can afford the time to tackle the vacuuming, but for optimal results it is recommended you vacuum the carpets once a day. However, for those who don’t have enough hours in the day vacuum the high-traffic areas are at least 2-3 times a week and at least once a week for the other areas.
2) Once a week, or more frequently if necessary, vacuum under the various rugs placed in the home. To better preserve the carpets condition and minimize the volume of dirt that settles below the carpet pad, vacuum the loose dirt that is trapped between the rug and the carpet.
3) Once a month, break down the vacuum and give it thorough cleaning to ensure efficiency when vacuuming.
4) To help minimize the volume of dirt and debris tracked in on the bottom of shoes, place both indoor and outdoor walk-off mats at the entry and exit points of the home.
5) Utilize area rugs, walk-off mats, and runners throughout the home to offer the carpets better protections and be sure to test the rugs for colorfastness before placing them on the carpet. The colors can potential run onto carpets as many area rugs, runners, or walk-off mats can bleed their colors and stain the carpet.
6) Invest in installing UV protector films, blinds, curtains, or other window treatments for the windows to avert the direct sunlight. Doing so will preserve the carpet’s colors from the fading and damaging effects of the sun. Additionally, to even out the wear, rearrange the furniture if possible to create new walking patterns.
7) Never let stains or spots or stains remain stagnant and treat them with your favorite carpet stain remover cleaner or homemade remedy to treat the stains.
8) Always conduct a patch test of your preferred stain treatment on your carpet in an inconspicuous area to ensure the carpet’s color is not altered or the chemical agents do not cause damage.
9) Periodically re-apply the stain-resistant protector to your carpets, especially after a professional cleaning because over time the protective layer eventually dissipates. Remember these products are only designed to help resistant staining and spots need to be immediately removed as soon as possible.
10) Schedule professional carpet cleaning 1-2 times a year and include upholstery cleaning at the same time to avoid cross contamination.
 

Carpet Cleaning, Stain Removal, Deodorizing & More in Tracy, Livermore, San Ramon, Dublin, Mountain House, Walnut Creek, Danville & the East Bay of California

When it comes time for routine professional deep carpet cleaning, or you are dealing with stubborn stains and odors, call Carpet Care 2000 and let our specialists get your carpets clean, sanitized, and deodorized. Contact us today!

Sometimes when you walk into your home and can tell there is a lingering odor, it might not be coming from the trash can. There is a good chance there is a foul odor stuck in the fibers of your carpets. You may be surprised at some of the ways you can remove these odors with ingredients found in your kitchen right now. Carpet Care 2000 is here to share some homemade remedies for deodorizing your carpets.
 

Baking Soda Carpet Freshener

If you are dealing with a horrible smell in your carpet, you need to understand the power baking soda has in removing it. Baking soda absorbs moisture as well as odor when left on an area of your carpet for an extended amount of time. In order for it work, you need to sprinkle a generous amount on your carpet and leave it for several hours before using your vacuum to clean it up. If the odor is still lingering, you can repeat the process again. Some people will also use their favorite essential oil mixed in with the baking soda to give it even more power to remove odor. The odor won’t just be removed, but there will then be a lingering scent left behind by the essential oil.
 

Vinegar Can Help Get Bad Smells Out of Carpet

Vinegar has a repugnant smell that turns most people off. If you are worried about your carpet smelling like vinegar, don’t be. Once the vinegar dries, the odor subsides. In the process of drying, it doesn’t only lose its odor, but it absorbs other odors as well. You will get the best results with white vinegar. With the use of a spray bottle, you need to spray the area completely and then wait for it to dry. Repeat if necessary.
 

Vodka Neutralizes Carpet Stains & Odors

Often, the reason for the bad odor is the presence of bacteria. Cheap vodka has the power to kill bacteria and, in turn, get rid of the lingering odor. You can use vodka for some of the most stubborn odors like pet urine. Use a spray bottle to spray the area with the vodka and allow it to sit and work for about 15 minutes. If you are having a difficult time removing excess moisture, you can use baking soda to absorb it all and then vacuum it up easily.
 

Commercial Carpet Cleaners & Deodorizers

When selecting a commercial carpet cleaner or deodorizer, you need to spot treat your carpet to ensure it is safe. There are many on the market that claim to have the power needed to get rid of carpet odors.
 

Carpet Cleaning, Stain Removal, Deodorizing & More in Tracy, Livermore, San Ramon, Dublin, Mountain House, Walnut Creek, Danville & the East Bay of California

Sometimes you will run into an odor that you can’t get rid of no matter what method you choose to use. In this case, it’s better left to the professional carpet cleaners at Carpet Care 2000. We have the training and resources that are necessary in removing stubborn stains and odors from your carpet completely. Call us today!

As the cooler temperatures move in, the days grow shorter, avid coffee drinkers have a tendency to reach for the warm soothing and stimulating cup of a fresh brew. Whether you like a cup or two, or three to get you started in the morning, or sip on the delicious beverage all day, the likelihood of the cup landing on your carpets is very possible. When the incident occurs, try to maintain your cool, and respond immediately, even if you are in a rush. Leaving coffee spills on your carpets for any duration of time can make it a challenge to remove later, especially the odors involved as well. With that in mind, we at Carpet Care 2000 would like to list some tips and advice on how to remove the coffee stain from your carpet.
 

Coffee Stain Removal Tips

1) Blot the wet coffee spill immediately. Grab a clean cloth or a paper towel and blot up as much of the moisture as possible. Begin blotting from the exterior of the spot and work your way inward to contain the stain from spreading out. If the stain is recently discovered and is now dry, moderately spray some water onto the spot, and blot as if it was fresh.
2) Create a homemade cleaner and apply. In a squirt bottle or preferred container, combine 1 tsp of white vinegar, 1 tsp of liquid dish soap, with 2 cups warm water; do not use hot water. With a fresh cloth, sponge the mixture onto the stain, or lightly the mist the stain as you blot in between applications with a 2nd dry cloth. Repeat until stain has dissolved.
3) Avoid scrubbing and rubbing. When treating any carpet stain, especially coffee, you should never attack the spot and attempt to treat it by rubbing and scrubbing. Using this tactic will only push the coffee down deeper into the carpet padding and help the fibers absorb more coffee. If you are trying to rub the solution more thoroughly into the fibers, use your fingers and use minimal pressure.
4) Persistent stain remover. If the stain only lightens, but refuses to be removed, you can try combining baking soda and water; only add a few drops at a time because you want a paste, about the consistency of toothpaste. Following the preparations, apply the mixture to the stain and let it dry. After it is completely dry, vacuum the concoction and the stain and any lingering odors should be removed.
 

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Coffee is one of the most difficult stains to remove, especially if it is an older stain. Not only is the stain gruesome, but the odors, especially when milk was added to the coffee can be particularly pungent. If you are having difficulty removing an old coffee stain, or even a fresh one, call in the professionals. Carpet Care 2000 has the powerful extracting equipment and strong detergent that are safe on carpet but tough on stains along with highly experienced and skilled technicians to remove the coffee stains from your carpet quickly and efficiently. Call Carpet Care 2000 today to remove the coffee stain or any other stain from your carpets.

Carpet & Rug Cleaning

There are two categories of carpet cleaning methods. There is Steam Cleaning or Hot Water Extraction and there is the Low Moisture method often called Dry Cleaning. We offer both services but we prefer Steam Cleaning which is the most recommended by carpet manufacturers. Truck Mounted Steam Cleaning also removes the most soil and leaves the carpet the cleanest.

Oriental Rug Cleaning

Oriental rugs are beautiful works of art which should not trust just any one to clean. Just as art restoration is a science so too is the meticulous cleaning of Oriental rug restoration. So careful is the process that we need to bring in these beautifully woven masterpieces to our shop to ensure proper care. We will come to your home, carefully remove the antique rug from the premises and expertly transport it to our facility.

Upholstery Cleaning

Carpet Care 2000 is well equipped to handle all your upholstery cleaning needs. Usually performed on site in your home or office we come with all the equipment needed to take care of your fabric covered furniture. We place blankets on the floor to protect your furnishings and clean the furniture in place or set it outside on a deck, porch or garage when advantageous.

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