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Another area rug tip

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Carpet and rugs will show wear patterns over time. Unfortunately, the only way to prevent this with carpet is to rearrange your room layout periodically.  With area rugs though, you can just turn your rug every year or two to help prevent traffic wear patterns from forming.  So, make sure to rotate those rugs! posted: July 7, 2013


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When should I clean my area rug?

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Area rugs need regular cleaning, just like all other fabrics.  When cleaning rugs, they can either be cleaned or washed.  An area rug cleaning is just a normal cleaning in your home like your carpet would receive, except for we do take many extra precautions.  This type of cleaning is a maintenance cleaning to keep your rugs looking great.  The second cleaning is an area rug wash.  For this, we take your rugs out of your home and they are fully immersed and washed in a pit.  This type of cleaning is much more extensive and thorough.  We usually recommend a rug wash when a rug has been neglected, is severely soiled, or has been contaminated due to pets accidents or other such extremes.  If you have a rug that you know needs cleaning but you aren't sure what it needs, please give us a call and we will help you out. posted: June 14, 2013


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How do I treat a spill on my carpet?

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Ok, so the dog/kid/husband created a mess somehow on the carpet, now what do I do? Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning of Denver gets many emergency calls with just such situations. When the accident happens, refer to your guardian angel in the clouds (a.k.a. the Spot and Spill Remover Guide in the upper right corner of our website). Hopefully you still have some of our handy spotter we have provided you and you can follow the instructions to treat the spot. If you don't have our spotter, why didn't you call for your complimentary refill??? Other store brand spotters can be ok to use sometimes, just make sure to test them on a small portion of the spot/spill. If they start taking out the spot, keep doing what you're doing. If they don't...STOP!!!! Some cleaning agents will set a stain in if they don't remove it, so don't continue on if it's not working. Try something else. Also, make sure to use products that are safe for carpet. If you have doubts, don't use it and call us for advice. Also, be leary of "home remedies". Putting white wine on a red wine spill just means we have to try and get out red wine AND white wine. posted: May 30, 2012


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Helping out the Colorado fire victims

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The Heaven's Best Family would like to send out prayers to all of the families and businesses whose lives are being turned upside down by the many fires burning throughout our great state. In an effort to help out our neighbors, Heaven's Best will be donating a portion of all sales in the month of July to fire relief efforts. If you are looking for ways to help out, here are the links to the local chapters of the Salvation Army and Red Cross: http://www.imsalvationarmy.org/ http://www.denver-redcross.org/index.asp?IDCapitulo=Q4Q26NY21N If you are contacted by a charity for fire relief donations and aren't sure if it's a legitimate charity, here are some resources to research charities: http://www.charitynavigator.org/ http://www.givewell.org/ http://www.charitywatch.org/ http://www.bbb.org/us/charity/ posted: June 28, 2012


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How to clean leather furniture

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Just a tip for cleaning leather furniture if you happen to have a spot or spill.  Not all leather is created equal.  When cleanng leather, first identify what type of leather you have so you can get the appropriate cleaning product.  There are 4 types of leather: Pigmented, Aniline, Nubuck, and Pullup.  Your furniture may list the associated cleaning codes as P, A, N and U respectively.  Most leather furniture comes with a small scrap attached (called a deck tag) that you can use to test and may list what type of leather you have.  If scratching it with your finger doesn't leave a small mark, the leather is pigmented. If scratching it leaves a mark, you have Aniline or Nubuck.  Pullups are a subcategory of both Aniline and Nubuck, and are usually cleaned using the same process as Analine.  Another way to test is by using moisture. Pigmented leather will repel water and make it bead up.  Aniline and Nubuck will absorb moisture.  Once you identify the leather type, you will be better able to clean it with the appropriate leather cleaner.   posted: November 5, 2012


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Want to find some free activities around Denver?

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Whether you're looking for something to keep the kids occupied, or wanting someplace cheap to take out of town guests, Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning of Denver recommends checking out https://www.facebook.com/pages/Colorado-for-Free/128367413905453?ref=mf&sk=wall. This site lists many fun, different, and unique events and places to go that are usually FREE. Check it out. posted: January 23, 2012


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What is the best vacuum cleaner out there?

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Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning of Denver hears this question a lot. There are a lot of great brands of vacuums out there, and each brand has its good models. Each brand will also offer many features, some unique and some not so unique (extension hoses, adjustable height, HEPA, easy empty dirt cups, light weight models, etc. etc.). Taking all this into account, which one ranks at the top?..........THE ONE THAT GETS USED! No matter which vacuum you have, if it's not getting used, it is not doing you any good. Find a vacuum that is easy for you to use, and that will be the best one for you. A $100 vacuum that gets used at least once a week will be better for your carpet long term than a $500 vacuum that only gets used once a month. posted: February 7, 2012


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Why should I vacuum so often?

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About 80% of soils that enter a building or house are dry, and much of this dry soil is SAND. The remaining 20% are oils, greases and starches. These dry soils are easily removed by a good thorough vacuuming and as long as they are removed on a daily or weekly basis it will help minimize the damage done to your carpet. posted: December 12, 2011


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How to remove carpet odors?

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Does your carpet smell, either from pets, something else or just in general?  One easy way to help remove some of the odor is to sprinkle some baking soda on the carpet and let it dwell.  The length of dwell time should be proportional to the strength of the odor.  After it has dwelled for the appropriate time, just vacuum it up.  If you're vacuum smells when you turn it on, sprinkling some baking soda in the vacuum bag/cannister will help with that too.  posted: February 22, 2013


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Why does my grout get so dirty?

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Grout is no different than any other surface and must be maintained regularly to keep it looking good. Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning of Denver reminds you that one way to help it look great is to seal it. There are two types of sealers, penetrating and membrane. Penetrating sealers are absorbed into the grout and should last 2-3 years depending on how much use the area gets. Membrane sealers do as the name says and just create a membrane over the grout. Membrane sealers need to be reapplied every 1-3 years, or whenever the membrane starts to fail. Remember, before applying a sealer, always thoroughly clean the grout first, and be careful to apply the sealer only to the grout if your tile is unsealed as it can stain the tile. posted: April 9, 2012


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