If you are dealing with pet stains and/or odors, The Galaxy's Finest has got your back! Pets can be loving and warm but they also tend to have indoor accidents. Urine and carpet do not mix well. This can cause an uncomfortable odor if not cleaned properly. Most common pet stain removal errors people make, are dabbing the urine further into the carpet fibers. If your cat or dog has an accident inside, use club soda and a Shop-Vac to remove as much urine as possible, then call
If you have anyone in your home suffering from asthma or allergies, make sure you are vacuuming at least twice a week, and three times a week if you have a pet. Common household dirt and dander can build up very quickly. The average household produces around 40 POUNDS of dirt per year in our carpets, which produces twice the amount of dust in the air at home than outside. So, for those suffering from allergies it is vital to keep up with your carpet cleaning. Daily cleaning l
No other item in your home absorbs more wear and tear on a daily basis than your carpet, and no other item can impact your home’s appearance like your carpet can. Unfortunately, many consumers ignore the warning signs until it’s too late. The Galaxy’s Finest recommends that homeowners follow a few steps to keep up the appearance of their carpets! Seven Carpet Care Tips: Have your carpets cleaned professionally at least once per year. Vacuum carpets at least twice per week.
A kitchen fire causes fire, smoke, and water damage to walls, surfaces, and cookware… a hurricane scatters broken glass and debris in a family room, while water soaks paneling and rugs… rising flood waters from a rain-swollen river turn carpets to a muddy, mucky mess. These scenarios create situations far beyond a homeowner’s ability to turn a chaotic mess back into a day-to-day living. After all, it’s not every day—thankfully—that homeowners have to deal with the aftermath
Ball Point Ink: Use hair spray and be sure to rinse the entire area well with water when finished. Blood Stains: Flush with cold water. Avoid hot water as heat will set the blood stain. Candle Wax: Put a brown paper bag over the dried wax and run a hot iron over it. The bag will absorb the hot wax. Grass Stains: Apply rubbing alcohol liberally to stained areas. Grease and Oil Marks: Gently rub in talcum powder, cornmeal or cornstarch. Let it set then brush or sponge p