Pre-cleaning Instructions

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How to Get Ready for My Visit

Thank you for trusting me with your cleaning project. Following a few simple pre-cleaning instructions can you to get the most out of your carpet cleaning appointment. Here are some suggestions for you to prepare for my arrival that will help both of us:

  • Any small pieces, such as dining room chairs, magazine racks, floor plants, etc.. which you can remove from the carpet to be cleaned will shorten processing time and return the carpet to normal use sooner.
  • For your pet’s peace of mind (and mine) please put them in a safe, quiet place where my cleaning will not disturb them.
  • China cabinets, sectional sofas, entertainment centers, antiques, large TVs, electronic equipment, computers, pianos and fragile furniture cannot be moved. My standard cleaning includes moving any coffee tables, chairs, couches and smaller items that you would like moved. Beds, dressers, desks and other such heavier items may be moved upon request at an additional charge. Please inform me prior to your cleaning if you want such items moved.
  • PLEASE DO NOT MOVE FURNITURE PRIOR TO CLEANING AS WE NEED TO PRESPRAY THE WALKWAYS. IF YOU DO MOVE FURNITURE, PLEASE MOVE IT OFF CARPETED AREAS, NOT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROOM.
  • Temporarily remove all breakable items from the furniture
  • Walk on carpet at your own risk until completely dry. Floors may be slippery when damp, especially walking from carpet to tile. Please advise all occupants of this hazard.
  • Keep children and pets away from hoses, equipment, cleaning products and work area.
  • My equipment is truck mounted. The closer I can get to your door, the better. Although it is not mandatory, if all cars are out of the driveway, it will make my job a little easier.
  • MOST IMPORTANTLY, IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT I CAN DO TO MAKE THIS EXPERIENCE A BETTER ONE FOR YOU, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

“All professional cleaners should vacuum before they deep clean the carpet. This critical first step makes a huge difference in the end result.” -The Carpet & Rug Institute