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Thankyou for visiting, we are a Taunton based company, providing a quality carpet cleaning and drying service from £15 per room

Contact us for free advice or a free quote;

 

 

We welcome both commercial and domestic customers throughout Somerset including Bridgwater, Minehead, Wellington, Chard and beyond. Whether its just a one-off service or contract work we are the ones for the job.

 

 We use cleaning products which comply with uk environmental guidelines in order to bring back life into your tired carpets.

In order to leave your carpets and rugs fresh and clean again, the pollutants and dirt that become engrained in the fibres must be removed. This is done with top quality professional equipment using non-toxic and self-neutralizing chemicals.

 

To ensure your carpet is left like new we use a rapid air movement/dryer system on all jobs.

We are happy to take on whatever sized job be it a small rug or entire office suites and our prices are very reasonable across the board.

Working quickly and efficiently our carpet cleaning techniques and flexibility mean we can operate around your schedule with the minimum of disruption.

 

 

Why and how often clean your carpet?

Most UK carpet manufacturers recommend having your carpets cleaned professionally at least every 12 months to maintain the quality and appearance and prolong the life of the carpet. All carpets and upholstery are an investment and regularly maintaining carpets with the appropriate cleaning methods costs alot less than replacing them every few years.

 

 

 

 

Other Benefits

Getting rid of fibre damaging dirt

 This becomes bound due to air humidity, treaded moisture and grease that cannot be removed through vacuuming. These tiny particles act like sandpaper with constant wear damaging fibres and the integrity of the carpet.

Organic waste removal

Your personal environment will be improved with the removal of dead skin cells, perspiration residues, pet waste etc. and any odours that stem from these.

 Elimination of dustmites and bacteria 

A large percentage of these can be removed with a professional clean. Carpets trap microscopic contaminants, dirt and allergen pollution.

Refreshing the appearance

However, getting rid of the hardened soil and grease that clings to each fibre allows them to reflect much more light leaving colours vibrant and a carpet like new.

 

 

How carpet cleaning methods are used



 

Heated water extraction methods, often referred to as 'steam cleaning', utilize equipment that injects hot water, usually with added chemicals, into the carpet whilst vacuuming that solution along with the dissolved dirt. Many manufacturers advocate hot water extraction as the best and most cost effective method as it is known to extract at least 97 percent of bacteria and dirt from carpeting. It is also the only clean that reaches the “pile” or lowest layer of carpeting to clean it gently but thoroughly. Our high end industrialized equipment is tailored for the job.


Dry cleaning methods rely on highly specialized machines. Using a very low moisture and dry compounds alongside chemical application solutions giving a fast drying time. These methods are often less laborious and quicker than wet-extraction methods.

 

Wet Carpet Shampoo is used on certain carpets utilising a rotary shampoo brush. The shampoo is added to the carpet and brush which is rotated to dissolve all dirt. The carpet is then treated using hot water extraction as a rinse to finish the process.

 

Dry Carpet Shampoo Cleaning is where form shampoo is added by the rotary machine. This is left to dry where the soiling adheres to the shampoo. Vacuuming ends the process removing the shampoo soiling and dirt. It is a very low moisture method.

 

Free quoting 

After you contact us we will most likely visit your premises and give you a set price for the work involved, this service is free and will leave you under no obligation to commit whatsoever.

We are sole traders and non franchised, making it possible to keep our fees to a minimum whilst guaranteeing an inmaculate deep clean. As an example, the typical price of cleaning a 25m² carpet would be £30.

 

 

  •  Commercial & Domestic carpets

  •  Commercial & Domestic Mattress

  •  Rug Cleaning (Collected, cleaned and returned)

  •  Pubs & Clubs

  •  Hotels

  •  Care homes

  •  Residential Homes

  •  Shops

  •  Nurseries, Play groups & Schools

  •  Office

  •  Leisure Venues

  •  Land Lords Premises

Services provided

Areas covered

  • Taunton

  • Wellington

  • Ilminster

  • Chard

  • Bridgwater

  • Minehead

  • Wiveliscombe

Could I do it myself?

Why hire a carpet cleaner when you can use our cheap professional service with great reviews. We test and identify the carpet fibre type enabling us to elect the safest, best suited industrial vanish solution leaving your carpets cleaner than ever. When you rent a cleaning machine yourself, it is hard to justify what savings are made when you can eliminate all the hassle with a phone call to one of the best home carpet cleaners in Taunton.

   Latest tips 

 

 

Some stain removal tips are well worth knowing, always remember however best practise is to completely avoid rubbing and over wetting by simply applying the solution to your clean cloth and press from the outside in to avoid spreading. Scrubbing any carpet or upholstery stain is always tempting but it will only penetrate the undesired colouration further. Be patient!


Here are some of our favourites:

 

  • Pen ink - Apply hairspray and absorb with dry kitchen roll, repeat as necessary and then rinse gently with tepid water and blot dry.

  • Coffee and Tea - Mix a liquid detergent such as Ariel Excel with an equal amount of white vinegar and apply gently using a blotting tecnique without any rubbing pressure. Finally rinse gently with weak vinegar solution and blot dry. This method is also used for alcohol, urine and soluble food stains.

  •  Best practise is to completely avoid rubbing and over wetting by simply applying the solution to your clean cloth and press from the outside in to avoid spreading. Scrubbing any carpet or upholstery stain is always tempting but it will only penetrate the undesired colouration further. Be patient!

  • Chewing gum - Use crushed ice in a plastic bag to make the gum brittle without dampening the carpet fibres whilst scraping off gently with a knife. Any excess can be treated with nail varnish remover.

  • Candle wax - Firstly remove what you can by scraping very gently so as not to damage the fibres using a blunt knife. Next, place a plain piece of paper and apply pressure with an iron on its lowest setting repeating until all the wax has been melted and absorbed by the paper. 

  •  PVA or Craft glue - This is best removed with the gentle application of very hot but not boiling water, if a large quantity of the glue has set you will need to repeat the process several times for as long as it takes, use rubber gloves to withstand the heat. 

  • Super glue - Depending on your carpet, nail varnish remover with acetone is best but test it on an inconspicuous area first as it may cause discolouration or even melt carpet fibres.

  • Blood - As soon as possible use a gentle salt+non alkaline soap solution (not washing up liquid) then blot. Bear in mind that for organic stains, enzymes found in biological soaps take time to work but are extremely effective. However if this does not remove the entire stain then use Resolve carpet cleaner as a failsafe method.

  • Engine oil and grease - 'Surgical spirit' or 'rubbing alcohol' can be purchased from Asda or Boots and is usually the best method. Again, do not rub but blot the stain from the outside in. Sometimes general dirt (water soluble) will also be engrained in this stain type and should be removed in a secondary process with water based detergent (fairy liquid + warm water). Apply alcohol treatment again if necessary.

  • Red wine - Blot the wet stain initially and then add just water to dilute the stain. After thoroughly blotting the stain again mix up a paste of water and baking soda and apply with gentle rubbing motion. Once dry, vacuum the remainder away.

  • Furniture stains (wood varnish) - The best solution for this type of stain is often liberal application of WD40 then blotting. This can cause discoloration so always test a coloured carpet first. If however, this does not remove the entire stain give Resolve spot carpet cleaner dual power with oxi stain a try.

  • Urine - For fresh urine stains apply wet paper towels to an area larger than the stain itself, use as heavy a weight as possible and leave for 30 minutes. Next apply an enzymatic cleaner found in most pet stores and use in accordance to the directions, finally, dry using paper towels and heavy weight method.  Dry urine stains are more tricky, start by using above method for wet stains, next mix a teaspoon of bleach with a litre of distilled water and execute the same method with this solution. (An ultra-violet torch in a dark room will pinpoint any urine stain).

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Thankyou for visiting, we are a Taunton based company, providing a quality carpet cleaning and drying service from £15 per room

Contact us for free advice or a free quote;

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