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LISTEN TO PODCAST by Quick Dry Carpet Cincinnati owner, Gary Buck. Spring is coming in!!! We can finally get outside and do some activities. Time to do some maintenance on your carpet. Optical brighteners in your carpet reflect ultra violent light, but all winter abrasive particles will get dull and not shine with that new look. Vacuum your carpet every day and have it professionally cleaned in the Spring. We can do this for you [...]
LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST by Quick Dry Carpet Cincinnati owner, Gary Buck, on why salt or calcium chloride deicer can be a problem on your carpet. Catch it early! Do a yearly or bi-annual carpet cleaning.Your carpet will last you maybe a lifetime if you maintain it each year. A little maintenance goes a long way! Tip: It's recommended yearly cleanings = # of people + pets in household. Spring Cleaning: Carpet Maintenance Well the [...]
Listen to this podcast by Quick Dry Carpet Cincinnati owner, Gary Buck, with this tip on how to remove a red wine stain from your carpets or anything.
Why do you get black dust rings around the edges of your rooms with carpet? LISTEN TO PODCAST ON AIR FILTRATION. Gary Buck, owner of Quick Dry Carpet Cincinnati with over 26 years of experience, will explain what it is, what you can do to minimize the problem, and how a carpet expert can get rid of them.
Nobody wants guests to see pet stains on furniture or carpets! LISTEN TO PODCAST ON PET STAINS. Gary Buck, owner of Quick Dry Carpet Cincinnati with over 26 years of experience, has the solution to your pet stain problems.
The real problem explained by the experts. LISTEN TO PODCAST by Gary Buck.
Do you have area or oriental rugs in your home? Do you have them cleaned or treated yearly? We've got you covered! LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST to learn about caring for your area or oriental rugs.
With this freezing weather, we are seeing lots of broken pipes. Here are some quick tips: Keep your heat up to at least 60 degrees Insulate your pipes by keeping cabinets open to expose the plumbing to warm air If you are not going to be home, leave your faucet dripping. A slight drip will keep the water from freezing solid Beware - when it starts to warm up, if there is any kind of [...]