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We have dealt with Best Way Carpet Cleaning for more than 10 years. Tye is reliable, courteous, trustworthy and does an outstanding job. I highly recommend Best Way not only for carpet and upholstery cleaning, but also for water extraction. I would not hesitate to use this excellent company. Their service is over the top.

Sincerely, Nancy M.

I had water in my store from heavy downpour and soaked my carpet. BestWay was able to clean up damage and I did not have to close my business. Thanks for a good job.

Marty Martin, owner Grandy Video.
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The type of carpet you have affects how easy it is to clean.  Keep the following information in mind when shopping for your carpet:

  1. Pile: deep thick pile is more likely to retain dirt when the dirt sinks below the surface.

  2. Level Loop: short, densely spaced loops with both ends attached to the backing will create a surface easier to vacuum/clean because there are no crevices for dirt to fall into.

  3. Berber: this is a “level” loop carpet which makes it harder to vacuum and clean. Imitation berber develops wear patterns over time which cleaning will not remove.

  4. Multi-level Loop: the various short and long loops make this carpet difficult to vacuum and to remove dirt due to the pockets created by the loops which will interrupt the suction of the vacuum.  This makes harder to remove dirt too.

The amount of traffic across any carpet makes it necessary to clean at least once a year. A home with pets may need additional cleaning to maintain the condition and appearance.

Cleaning Hints:

Crayon: Scrape excess crayon off with dull edged knife or metal spoon. Spray with WD-40 and let stand for a couple of minutes. With a small stiff brush-work into the stain and wipe with white paper towels. Respray with WD-40 and apply detergent solution (1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid containing no alkalis or bleach, i.e. "Dawn" in 1 cup of warm water (not hot). Do not use laundry detergent which contains "brighteners" that may discolor fibers) to the sprayed area; work in with the brush –blot with clean white cloths then rinse and blot dry.

Ink: For most ink stain blot with rubbing alcohol. If the ink remains-try the detergent solution suggested for crayon removal. Keep changing to a clean spot on a white towel as you work to remove the stain. DO NOT USE HAIR SPRAY TO REMOVE INK. It contains ingredients that can make carpet or fabrics sticky to the touch.

Make up: Blot with Alcohol.  If the stains remain-use the detergent solution recommended.  Always use clean white cloths and rinse after each removal attempt.

More Tips to Come!