Pet urine in carpet. We can all recognize pet urine as a potential source of odor that we would prefer to avoid. Pet urine in carpet – dog, cat, rabbit, gerbil other pet or even human urine can severely stain a carpet. Pet urine in carpet can also damage the face and back of a carpet and even the floors below the carpet and pad. If the dog urinates when barking, and is barking uncontrollably for a long time it is highly recommended that you take him to a professional or learn in this article how to stop a dog barking at night time. [Read more…]
Carpet bowing skewing and other pattern alignment issues are one of the most difficult task a carpet installer will face. Pattern distortion that is manufacturer related such as bow and skew, usually occurs during the finishing, or backing application process. While less common, carpet bowing and skewing can also occur during tufting or weaving. [Read more…]
Returning Spots After Carpet Cleaning a Manufacturing Issue?
Returning spots after carpet cleaning is a common complaint often heard in the carpet industry. A homeowner or business owner purchases a carpet that is advertised as stain resistant and with use spots get on the carpet. The consumer either cleans the carpet or has it professionally cleaned. As the carpet dries or days later they have returning spots after carpet cleaning. Should a carpet have returning spots after carpet cleaning? [Read more…]