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Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Ep 48 Complete Carpet Podcast

Ep 48 Complete Carpet Podcast | Carpet Cleaning Tulsa

Frequently asked questions. We’re going over some of the questions that we get asked for on a regular basis. This time we’re going to be talking about how long will it take to get the work done. This is a frequently question we get specially when somebody’s wanted to make sure that they take off the right amount of time to be able to be there with us while we get the work done. They need to know how long so they can plan their day to know when will this be finished. They can move onto the next thing that they need to get done on their checklist. Carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding communities since 1998. We are Complete Carpet. You can reach us at or you can call us directly at 918-494-7093. Just in general terms patches, depending on the size the patch, of most patches take around 20 to 30 minutes to do. It’s about 20 minutes for a threshold repair. For your tile cleaning it just depends of the quantity of tile, but up to 200 square feet should take about an hour. Up to 300 should take about an hour and a half, and take up to maybe around 2 hours for around 400 square feet. Roughly for carpet cleaning our smaller house size typically takes around an hour to do. The next house level size typically take about an hour to an hour and a half. For the next 2 levels and then the larger house normal take around 2 hours approximately to do. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998. You know each situation is unique, and we always try to give you the most accurate time possible, but we also know that there is something more important than doing a job quickly or doing a job within a certain time frame, and that is doing a job well. I think it’s more important to spend the right amount of time cleaning carpets then it is to try to meet a particular time frame in so we always tell everybody with every job that we do, that it may be about this amount of time, but we will spend as much time is needed to make sure we thoroughly get your carpets cleaned. Another service that we do also is restretching. Restretching takes quite a bit more time. Because there’s a lot more labor and time involved with it. It’s really reinstalling the carpet again to try to make it like new. So in a stretching case typically a bedroom or living room can take around an hour to do by itself. So if you’ve got an upstairs could take a half a day or if you want to do an entire house could take the entire day trying to stretch all of the areas to get them flat again. Again just like our cleaning, we want to take as much time is it takes to get it done right the first time so that you know that you can trust that this is done the proper way right off the bat. Carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding community since 1998. We are Complete Carpet, and we would love to service your needs. Give us a call at 918-494-7093 or @CompleteCarpet on Facebook or at Do it yourself. Some self-help tips that you can use to try to maintain the life of the carpet or you just want to make it look good again. Carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding community since 1998 We are Complete Carpet. We’d love to get in contact with you. Give us a call at 918-494-7093 One of the things were going to talk about this time is anything that sits on the carpet. There is a whole long list of items that can be addressed or taken care of in this matter, but we’ll start with some of the most obvious ones. Fingernail polish, paint, gum, anything that sets up or hardens. You’ve got glue. You’ve got different types of polish. You’ve got maybe newspaper that got a little wet and the print has transferred to the carpet. Anything that frosts the top of the carpet. In all these different things that is best to let them harden up. Finger nail polish, we will use that as our example. The fingernail polish, if it drips on the carpet I would want you to leave it there and let is harden up and dry. Because right now it’s sitting on top the carpet and not in the carpet. Now if it’s a giant still of paint that’s going to so spread, follow in the carpet with a shop-Vac and stuck up as much as you can. We’re talking about small spots here. Another good example would be a topical burn. Maybe a cigarette burned or a curling iron that has fallen down and touch the carpet, and it’s just singe the top of it. It has not burned through to the backing and the way that you can tell this is that you reach down to whatever the damaged part is and you kind of try to either split it or push it to the side and see if you can still see fibers underneath the offending spot, and if you can then what you need to do is use fabric scissors or a razor blade. You don’t want to use regular craft scissors because carpet is a fabric and it requires a much sharper edge then that of paper. Paper dulls the edge of scissors tremendously. It will just rip instead of cleanly cut the fibers. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa and surrounding community since 1998 We are Complete Carpet, and we are talking about getting a small spot, that is straight on the top of your carpet out. So in this case we’re talking about taking polish out, and if you got a little blob that sits right on the top. It’s best to let that harden up all the way and then scalp it off. Try to just take off the minimum amount of fiber, the least amount to get out the the fingernail polish off the top of the carpet so that you can be able to take it out. If you tried to break it down it ends up spreading and turns in to one big mass. You end up with releasing the color out of the polish and spreading it into the whole carpet fiber instead of letting it just sit on the top and harden. Carpet cleaning Tulsa and surrounding Community since 1998 We are Complete Carpet serving your complete carpet needs call us at 918-494-7093 or on Facebook @CompleteCarpet