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Cleaning your interior

At Pete’s carpet cleaning we believe that when you call for a cleaning service you will be expecting a topnotch cleaning service from St Augustine Carpet Cleaners service providers who nurture your assets, ensuring 100% guarantee.

Interior cleaning

That’s why at Pete’s Carpet Cleaning we pride ourselves in offering the best carpet, upholstery, leather and interior service in St Augustine and surrounding areas. Below are the steps we take for your interior cleaning.

1.Cleaning floor mats and carpets

Mats and carpets are first vacuumed off and then cleaned with the state of the art interior and upholstery cleaning machines. In this stage mats and carpets are removed, cleaned thoroughly and dried separately.

2. Cleaning the cockpit

The plastic trim is the largest area of the interior consisting of little sensitive and rather rugged materials suitable for pre-cleaner and interior settings, using such a cleaner and skillful manual wash will get rid of the dirt.

3. Cleaning to roof liner

The roof liner is vacuumed off first so as to remove the surface dust layer, as it often exhibits major discoloration and soiling.

4. Cleaning the spare tyre recess

The boot is vacuumed off and cleaned dry or wet, also cleaning the tyre recess where most dust accumulates.

5. Door entries

After vacuuming off the dirt of the door handles and entries, we use environmentally friendly products which not only leaves the interior of your doors clean but also smelling nice.

6. Cleaning the seats and upholstery

The seats are firstly vacuumed off in order to remove the top layer of dirt, followed by the application of upholstery cleaning foam, leaving your seats clean with a wonderful fragrance.

7. Leather care

Leather are mostly found on seats, steering wheels and shifts levers. We clean your leather with quality products that leaves your leather clean and smelling great. Learn more about our 10 step carpet cleaning process.


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Our 10 step carpet cleaning process

Step 1- Inspection

Carpet cleaning is a delicate process, whether it’s your home, office, warehouse or gym club, Pete’s carpet cleaners inspect the place before commencing work, making sure all breakables are removed together with small items such as boxes, magazines, shoes etc.

Step 2- Pre-inspection

We pride ourselves on treating your home as if it were our own. After the inspection stage, our team of supervisors will perform pre-inspection making sure that everything is proper and as well noting carpet soiling conditions

Step 3- Furniture moving

Carpet cleaning is a delicate process, after the pre-inspection stage, the furniture is removed. Sofas, chairs and tables will be carefully removed for maximum cleaning results. During the carpet cleaning process your furniture will be protected with disposable blocks and tables.

Step 4- Pre-vacuum

This is one of our important stage. As needed your carpets will be pre-vacuumed to remove dry soil.

Step 5- Pre-Spot

Traffic spots are pretreated for maximum dirt removal.

Step 6-Pre-Spray

As traffic areas tend to have the toughest stains, we pretreat these areas with a biodegradable, environmentally friendly biodegradable traffic lane treatment.

Step 7- Extract and rinse

Once the inspection, pre-inspection, furniture removal, pre spot and pre spray stages are complete, our mounted hot water extraction cleaning process will thoroughly flush the carpet pile. During this process pressure and heat are regulated to prevent the carpet from being over wet.

Stage 8- Neutralizer

According to the manufactures of carpets, the neutralizing stage is very significant stage in carpet cleaning. It’s accomplished during the rinsing process.

Stage 9- Post groom and speed dry

This is the carpet drying stage, it is achieved by setting the carpets pile in one direction to aid the drying process and placing high velocity movers on the carpet to lessen the drying time.

Stage 10- Post Cleaning inspection

After the cleaning process is done, our supervisor will first inspect the carpets ensuring the work has been properly done.

Professional carpet cleaning

The supervisor will then walk through your home with you pointing out the cleaning results, making sure you are satisfied.Learn more on how to efficiently get rid of oil stains.

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How To Efficiently Get Oil Stains Out Of Carpets

If you have accidentally spilled oil on your carpet, black oil that looks like it will never come out, there are ways to potentially extract this from the carpet fibers. Oil can be difficult because of the way that it can soak into the fibers of the carpet, and if it was oil that had particulate materials that made it dark, this can be even more difficult to remove. For those that have tried, you have probably created a worse mess then you started with. You may have spread it around, simply trying to get it out. Here are a few tips on how to efficiently and effectively get oil stains out of your carpet, even if they have been there for quite a while.

Products That You Will Need

There are a couple of products that you will need in order to successfully remove most oil stains. First of all, you are going to need baking soda, and if you don’t have that, you can also use cornstarch. Second, you are going to need a couple cups of warm water. Third, you will need a tablespoon of white vinegar. Fourth, get a tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing soap. Finally, you are going to need a sponge, bowl for all of the ingredients, and a white cloth or paper towels that you can use to extract the oil.

How To Proceed

The first thing that you need to consider is how recent the oil stain actually is. For example, if you have just dropped the oil on, you need to get a paper towel immediately and blot the oil stain out. If you swirl the paper towel, it’s just going to spread the oil through the carpet fibers. You simply blot until you get most of it out, and then proceed to the next step.

The second step, will include using the solution of vinegar, baking soda, and detergent with the sponge. You will dip that into the bowl, and onto the oil stain. You will then take the white cloth, or the paper towels that you have, and repeat the process of blotting. If this is an older stain, the only difference is going to be bypassing the first step because the oil will already have dried into the carpet. You will leave the solution of vinegar, water, and detergent on the carpet for several minutes before starting the blotting procedure.

In conclusion, most of the stains that are recent will come out quite effectively. Older stains may not come out as easily, or at all. It also depends on the type of carpet fibers that are in the carpet, and how absorbent they were when the oil was first spilled on them.

Additionally, the color of the carpet can either accentuate the oil stain, or may actually help hide it, especially if most of it can be extracted using these procedures. By making sure that you do not swirl the sponge, cloth or paper towels as you are extracting the oil, you can keep the oil stain in that one location. You want to extract the oil through blotting, and if all goes well, most of the stain will be removed. Learn more on our carpet cleaning Youtube video.