25 November 2020
Our mattresses put up with a lot from us. We, as a race, spend about a third of our lives in the comfort of our beds. This is quite a lot of time. Mattresses soak up a lot of unpleasantness during that time – sweat, dead skin cells, and other bodily fluids. That is why it is important to know how to care for your mattress at home.
26 September 2020
Our upholstered furniture is one of the greater pride and joys in our life. On this hard path through our existence, there are few achievements that are actually long-lasting. Although it might sound silly, decorating and creating your home is one of the most soul-nurturing things we can do. However, fabric-covered furniture has a large range of enemies that line up to try and ruin its beautiful appearance. One of those staining foes is blood. Blood can be hard to get out of upholstered furniture, especially if it has dried out. That is why we have put this guide together to explain how to clean blood stains from upholstery.Read More »
5 September 2020
Wool rugs can be a great investment to your home. For one, they are a natural, renewable fibre that deters bacteria and dust mites, courtesy of lanolin. Wool floor coverings are also warm and soft underfoot, work beautifully with indoor decor, and are durable when cared for properly. Machine-woven wool rugs can last up to 20-30 years. Tufted wool rugs have been known to last up to sixty years. Not only are they long-lasting, but they maintain that new-rug-look with proper care. That is why we will tell you how to clean your wool rug at home.Read More »
7 September 2017
A sudden nosebleed or paper cut can often result in blood stains on your carpet. It’s an unpleasant situation because you have to take care of this accident and figure out how to remove the blood from your flooring. And although the stain can seem difficult to clean, if you know the proper method for stain removal, you can salvage your rug. It’s essential to act fast, although you can also clean dried blood from a carpet with some patience and a little extra elbow grease. Take in mind that removing blood stains from a carpet and upholstery is slightly different than getting it out of clothes, sheets, or any other textile items. Cleaner Cleaner’s experts have a few tips to help you tackle the task with ease.