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Southfield Rug Cleaning Services

Southfield Rug Cleaning Services

Take advantage of our high-quality carpet cleaning services.

When you have carpet in your house, one thing is certain:
carpet maintenance is an essential. On a daily basis, there are plenty of things you can accomplish, and you can even handle some spot cleaning now and then. A carpet cleaning service, on the other hand, could make all the difference when it comes to a spotless floor.

In your house, a clean carpet may make all the difference. It not only looks and feels nicer under your feet, but it also emits a fresh, clean scent that lingers for a long time. You’ll appreciate the benefits of having a clean carpet.

Carpet Cleaning in the Home
Every room in your home, including bedrooms, common areas, staircases, hallways, and closets, can benefit from our skilled carpet cleaning services. Southfield Rug Cleaning Services uses a combination of procedures and tried-and-true techniques to dissolve and lift even the toughest stains, leaving your carpets fresh, clean, and soft! Read on to learn more and make a reservation today!

Carpet Cleaning in the Office
When was the last time you cleaned the carpets in your office? Many commercial establishments and offices in the Southfield region rely on Southfield Rug Cleaning Services to keep their carpets clean and fresh for their customers and employees. We offer competitive rates and a high-quality thorough cleaning service to keep your business looking spotless and ready to serve your customers!

Cleaning Carpets in Apartments
In Southfield, we provide high-quality apartment carpet cleaning. We are delighted to provide quick, effective, and complete carpet cleaning for your apartment, whether you are moving in, moving out, or just want to keep your carpets in good shape while you are living there. Call us today to learn more about our services!

Commonly Asked Questions

Is My Vacuum Cleaner Causing Damage to My Rug?
When your carpet starts to tear, fluff, pull apart, or look shaggy, you might not realize it’s because of your vacuum cleaner choice! Many of the most well-known vacuum manufacturers have characteristics that make them inappropriate for certain types of carpet. With certain types of carpet, high-end vacuum cleaners with better suction power and robotic vacuum cleaners can pose major problems. These vacuums are not recommended since they are often not adaptable to fit varying carpet heights.

Don’t destroy your new Mohawk or Karastan carpet by vacuuming it incorrectly! We recommend investing in a vacuum cleaner that has received the CRI Seal of Approval/Green Label Vacuum Cleaner Program certification. If you already have a vacuum cleaner that you like, there are three things to look for to see if it will work on your Mohawk or Karastan carpet.
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Height of Vacuum
The most significant aspect to consider is the ability to adjust the height. As a result, the machine can be used on a wide range of carpet types. If your vacuum is placed too high above the carpet surface, it won’t be able to attract the grit beneath it. If the vacuum’s beater bar or brushes are set too low, they can “fuzz” the carpet’s surface, making it appear old or frayed.
Depending on the pile height and fiber type, different carpet kinds will require different height settings. High pile and premium soft carpets typically require the highest height setting, however thick loop, casual frieze, or long pile carpets may necessitate completely disengaging the beater bar and vacuuming with suction only. Try a test run in an inconspicuous section of your home, such as a closet, if you’re not sure which height setting is appropriate for your carpet.

Type of Suction
While strong suction strength may provide consumers with piece of mind that their vacuums are sucking up dirt and germs, it may be extremely harmful to your carpet and should be avoided! Avoid vacuums with concentrated or sealed suction for high pile and premium soft carpet. Not only would this type of suction damage your carpet, but it will also make it impossible to maneuver the vacuum across it!

You may determine the suction power of a vacuum by testing it or looking for terminology like “concentrated” or “sealed” suction. Look at the cubic feet per minute as well (CFM). The vacuum cleaner’s airflow is measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). The higher the CFM, the greater the suction power. The majority of vacuum cleaners have a CFM range of 50 to 100, however some have as low as 45 CFM and as high as 200 CFM.

Brushes/Beater Bar
Make use of a vacuum cleaner with a revolving brush or a beater bar. If the beater bar or brush comes into contact with your carpet too high or too low, make sure to adjust the height as needed. Before you begin, inspect the beater bars for burs and gouges to avoid causing harm to the carpet’s surface.

Vacuums that are recommended
The SONICLEAN SFC-7000 SOFT CARPET UPRIGHT VACUUM is highly recommended for maintaining and cleaning premium soft carpet. This vacuum cleaner has a revolutionary sonic bar that produces 200 sonic vibrations per second, as well as a brush roll jam protection system.

How to Get Rid of the Most Common Carpet Stains
Coffee. Wine that is red in color. Mustard with ketchup The mere mention of these most common stain offenders sends shivers down the spines of homeowners all around the world. And there is an infinite supply of get-togethers in your home, from holidays to birthdays, Super Bowls to March Madness, with every meal an opportunity for these offenders to make their way to your plush, soft carpet underfoot. It’s the same carpet that all of your visitors adore!

One inopportune stain can ruin the party, whether you have a carpet with a gorgeous uniform tone or an eye-catching pattern. That is, unless you have a game plan in place for these mishaps, as well as an arsenal of the best carpet stain removal tips. In those tricky situations, we want to empower you with some of these life-saving (well, carpet-saving) best practices to keep your carpet looking great.

Stain Removal on Carpet
If you’re looking for a new carpet for your home, SmartStrand Forever Clean carpet is an innovative brand that will keep your living room, hallways, and virtually any room stain-free. SmartStrand is the only carpet designed for amazing living, with permanent stain resistance, increased spill protection, maximum durability, and superior softness. In actuality, Nanoloc spill and soil barrier is only available for SmartStrand Forever Clean. As a result, spills and stains, as well as dirt and dander, are repelled before they reach the fabric, preventing spots from forming.

The good news is that most household accidents may still be quickly and successfully removed from your carpet if you don’t have SmartStrand carpet! Stains have existed since the dawn of carpet, and through time, techniques have improved and carpet technology have advanced to the point where these carpet flaws may now be completely removed. To properly remove those stains for good, first look at the 4 Go-To Stain Steps, then the Common Stains Chart, and finally the Stain Removal Procedures Chart.

Steps to Using Your Favorite Stain

When a stain appears, the afflicted area should be treated right away. With time, stain removal becomes more difficult! To begin, follow these four steps:

To begin, remove as much solid stuff as possible with a spoon, dull knife, or a carpet cleaning key.
To avoid stain spreading, always work from the outside in to the center, especially with heavy stains.
Using a white cloth or paper towel, blot up any liquid spillage.
To get the greatest results, try rinsing the stain with warm water.

Chart of Common Stains

It’s now time to use our useful Common Stains Chart to find your stain. Different stains necessitate somewhat different cleanup processes, all of which must be fine-tuned to keep your carpet pile looking its best. Procedures A, B, and C are all meant to help you accomplish just that, but first, figure out who’s making the mess!
*Before applying cleaning fluid, freeze and remove solid contaminants.

Important: Any cleanser with a pH of 10 or above should be avoided. Always test cleaners on a small, inconspicuous part of the pile before using to ensure there is no discoloration.
Excessive or very large stains may necessitate the use of a hot water extraction procedure. Cleaning by a professional is suggested. If the stain reappears (a condition known as “wicking”), simply repeat the stain removal steps, paying extra attention to blotting and removing all moisture.

Procedures for Getting Rid of Stains
It’s time to remove the stain after you’ve completed the 4 Go-To Stain Steps and determined the type of stain you have using the Common Stains Chart’s coordinated approach. Procedures A, B, and C will assist you in restoring your carpet to its original soft, clean, and beautiful state! For optimal results, follow these steps carefully and slowly:


  • Mix a solution of 1/4 teaspoon of clear hand dishwashing detergent with 1 cup of water.
  • Stir gently. Apply detergent solution directly to a white cloth.
  • Dampen the carpet fibers in the stained area with the cloth.
  • Avoid saturating the carpet. Wipe gently.
  • Turn cloth frequently. Never rub, scrub or use a brush. This may damage carpet fibers.
  • If necessary, use your fingertips to work the solution to the base of the stain.
  • Do not oversaturate carpet; use small amounts of solution and blot frequently.
  • Wet the stained carpet fibers with clear, lukewarm water to rinse.
  • Cover the spot with an absorbent white towel or paper towel and apply pressure to blot.
  • Repeat the rinsing and blotting procedures until you are sure all traces of the detergent have been removed.
  • If the stain is gone, place an absorbent white towel or paper towel over the area cleaned, and weigh towels down with a heavy colorfast object, such as a weighted plastic wastebasket. Change towels or paper towels until carpet dries.

If stain remains, perform Procedure B – Coffee, tea or urine, skip Procedure B & perform Procedure C.


  • Mix 2 tablespoons of non-bleaching, non-sudsing household ammonia with 1 cup of lukewarm water.
  • Apply ammonia solution, rinse and blot as outlined in Procedure A.
  • Do not dry with paper towels.

Follow Procedure C to neutralize the ammonia solution.


  • Mix 1/2 cup of white vinegar with 1 cup of lukewarm water.
  • Apply vinegar solution, rinse and blot as outlined in Procedure A.
  • These steps should help you remove the offending carpet stain, but if you’re not completely satisfied, professional carpet cleaning should be able to finish the job.

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