Singapore Carpet Cleaning

Singapore Carpet Cleaning

Wednesday, October 23, 2019


The holiday is here and you are kept busy at work for months, there is no time to even rest let alone say - doing cleaning chores. 

You want to book for a professional cleaning service but most of the vendors are fully booked and have no available slots left.

You are hosting your guests in the next few days and your spouse is wailing at you and your to do list.

Who do you call? Ghostbusters? Nope.. You can only rely on yourself now and get things moving.

Here are 5 easy steps to get your living room ready so that you can get on with other priorities.

Step 1. Dust all furniture, shelves, decorations and table top surfaces. 

- Use a duster for this step, dust carefully between items to avoid toppling them over

Step 2. Clean your ceiling fans, light fixtures and picture frames.

- Use a microfibre cloth or a used rag, get a pail of water with a dash of multi-purpose general cleaning solution.

Step 3. Clean your sofa.

- Use a household vacuum cleaner with a soft brush top to vacuum all surfaces and corners of your sofa.

Step 4. Pack all your items and place them neatly on the shelves or in your drawers.

- Coffee table should be free of clutter.

Step 5. Vacuum your floor and finish up with mopping the surface with a floor cleaner.

- Get ready your vacuum cleaner, mop, pail and a floor cleaning solution.

Monday, October 21, 2019

What are the 6 Benefits of Sofa Cleaning?

Your sofa easily absorbs dust, dirt, grime, pet dander and potentially harmful pollutants which are sometimes invisible to the naked eye. 

Having your sofa cleaned regularly can contribute to a safer and healthier environment for your home and business.

1. Better Air Quality

Due to its fibrous nature, your sofa naturally collects allergens throughout the course of its lifetime. 
Professional sofa cleaning goes deep into the fibers of your furniture and removes dander, pollen, and dust that can cause allergies and agitate the eyes, nose, and throat. 
The removal of these allergens leads to better air quality in your home and a healthier life for you and your family.

2. Longer Furniture Life

It’s no secret: the better you care for your belongings, the longer they last. It’s true for cars; it’s true for clothing, and it’s true for furniture. 
Professional sofa cleaning prevents stains from forming in the fabric of your furniture. 
It removes odors, body oil, and dust that can permanently adhere to your upholstery without proper maintenance. 
By utilizing a professional sofa cleaner, you can extend the life of your furniture and save yourself money in the long run!

3. Better Aesthetic Appearance

We all look better after a shower than if we haven’t had one for a while. The same goes for your upholstery! 
Professional sofa cleaning will leave your furniture looking renewed. It will help preserve the overall integrity of your cushions and prevent the deterioration. 
The result of professional sofa cleaning is better looking furniture and a better looking home!

 4. Cleaner, Fresher Smell

Your furniture has been there through thick and thin—and it’s starting to smell like it. 
From pets to teenagers to that mostly-cleaned-up macaroni and cheese spill, your sofa has acquired a few scents in its lifetime. 
While you may be able to cover them up with a quick spray of air freshener, only a thorough, deep cleaning will truly rid your furniture of its unwanted odors. 
Give it a fresh start. Your nose will thank you for it!

 5. Safer Cleaning Practices

The upholstery on your sofa isn’t an old dish towel, and it shouldn’t be cleaned like one either! Upholstery can be quite fragile and requires professional expertise and handling. 
While you could grab a bottle of fabric cleaner from the grocery store, you’re staking the life of your furniture on a four-dollar bottle of cleaner. 
Professional sofa cleaners are trained to identify the safest cleaning practice for your specific material. 
They’ll be able to determine the best way to clean your upholstery and leave it looking good as new.

6. Allergen removal

Regular sofa cleaning alone may not be enough to remove all the dirt and grime that could be hiding deep within the fabric or gaps of your furniture. 

Professional cleaning companies use industrial-grade vacuums to remove contaminants and allergens from your sofa which result in cleaner indoor air quality. 

This directly translate to a direct health benefit to you and your family members.

Friday, October 11, 2019

10 Cleaning MISTAKES That You Are Doing That Makes Your House DIRITIER!

1. Using the same cloth everywhere.
Streaky surfaces? You might be over-using your cleaning cloth and spreading germs while you're at it. Even if your towel doesn't look old, it should be washed after each use since it's used on high-traffic dirtier areas.

2. Using only a feather duster. Period.
We'll give you a thumbs up for dusting, but a thumbs down for using a tool that only spreads dust from one surface to another. Use a microfiber cloth instead, which will grab — and hold onto — particles.

3. Not dusting your windows.
Before washing them, that is. If you forget to tackle the dust on your sills, any window cleaner that drips onto the frame will become a murky mess of dusty liquid. A vacuum or microfiber cloth will tackle this mess nicely.

4. Storing a wet toilet brush.
Well hello, breeding ground for bacteria! Instead of just dropping your wet brush into the holder, set it across the seat so it can drip-dry over the bowl before putting it away for good.

5. Forgetting your dustbin.
If you notice an unpleasant odour in your kitchen, it might be an indicator that you haven't clean your dustbin in awhile. Wipe it down once a week with a cleaner containing bleach to keep nasty smells under control.

6. Using dish soap for everything.
While this grease-fighting product is powerful, it leaves streaks behind on surfaces that aren't plates and cups. So you should steer clear of using this liquid soap on your car windows and mirrors.

7. Using dirty sponges.
These cleaning superheroes won't, in fact, be that helpful if you don't clean and sanitise (and replace them every month). To do this, soak your sponge in water, place it in a microwavable dish, then heat it on high for a minute.

8. Forgetting to clean your vacuum.
Forget this step and you'll just end up pushing dirt around instead of actually cleaning. For bagless vacuums, empty the canister after every use. Or if yours has a bag, replace it once it's one-third full.

9. Ignoring super germy remotes.
These things have been touched by a lot of people and have a lot of germs, so take to it with a disinfectant wipe at least once a week.

10. Scrubbing carpet spills
If you drop something like coffee or red wine on the carpet, don’t immediately rush to scrub it off.
Scrubbing untwists carpet fibres and distorts the pile, and once the damage is done, it's permanent. So although you might be able to eventually get the stain out of the carpet, you won't be able to untwist the carpet fibres.
Instead of scrubbing, blot the spill with a paper towel until it’s dry, and then treat it with stain remover, after testing the product in a hidden area of carpet to make sure it won't fade the colour.