How do I remove Lilly Pollen from a carpet?

To remove Lilly Pollen: If the pollen has not been disturbed/rubbed/walked-in, it is worth holding a vacuum cleaner hose just above the pollen (without making contact), which may remove any loose pollen before you start using any spotting products.. Lilly pollen consists of waxy particles that normally respond well to Eco-X spotter: Apply Eco-X spotter …

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I have this suite to clean, what chemicals should I use?

Ask @ Cleansmart Question: I have this suite to clean, what chemicals should I use?   Answer: The pictures show that you are dealing with a light coloured Chenille style fabric. I would suggest using the shampoo method as discussed on the training course. Just remember to test for any sensitive dye that may be …

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You cleaned my suite…my daughter has a rash!

“You cleaned our three piece suite yesterday. My daughter has come out in a rash!’’ What would your immediate reaction be? Concerned? Anxious? Terrified? Maybe all of these things! The scenario…… The cleaning Company was asked to clean a heavily soiled suite covered in a Polyester Microfibre cloth. As I am sure you are aware the absorbent …

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How should I protect my carpet cleaning equipment against freezing?

Ask @ Cleansmart Question: How should I protect my carpet cleaning equipment against freezing? Freezing temperatures: Machine break down alert!! Answer: Whenever the temperature drops below freezing, one thing is guaranteed: We will get lots of calls from carpet cleaners with broken down machines! Machine damage caused by freezing can mean lost work days, cancelled …

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