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Red wine or drink spot on your carpet?

Here is a simple procedure that will likely improve the appearance of your carpet, although the sooner you take action on the spot the better the results. Saturate the area with dye remover. Cover with a white cotton or paper towel and apply steam with a steam iron for 15-20 seconds per pressing. Notice the unwanted color transfer to the towel. Keep the spot saturated during transfers and move to a clean area of the towel each pressing until the dye is completely removed or the transfer stops. F Read Full Post +

High Occupancy Cleaning

“My property needs cleaning, but we are so busy.” We have heard this remark a number of times lately. We are thrilled that so many of our customers are doing well. We have the ability to help you while you maintain high occupancy levels. Here are some of the ways we do so using our Rapid Revenue Restoration method: • We can work on Sundays or whatever day of the week is your slowest and at a time of day most convenient for you. We can start when guests check out and address many rooms b Read Full Post +

View Renue

We are pleased to unveil our new video. It was long overdue since our company has developed and grown so much over the past few years. We invite you to take 3-1/2 minutes to learn more about how we can help you with your hotel's deep cleaning needs: youtu.be/dQTz1QZl8QY Feel free to share this link with your Read Full Post +

Customer Feedback

We value your feedback and encourage you to let us know how we are doing. We hope it is rare, but we especially like negative feedback so we can improve. That said, here is feedback from recent work at a full-service hotel: "Everything went great. The guys do a terrific job, working very safely (using signs for the damp carpeting) and are very thorough. They’re always so polite and professional and the carpets look great. You folks have been doing our carpeting for over 15 years, I think, mayb Read Full Post +

Hand Washing Fatigue

Recent research by the American Psychological Association caught our attention because it applies to the hotel environment. In a study involving 35 U.S. hospitals, it found that health care workers wash their hands less often over the course of their work day. The likely reason is mental and physical fatigue as the day progresses. This is important because hand washing is critical to reducing infections. The parallel to hotel (and other) workers is clear: extra vigilance is needed during the wor Read Full Post +

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