Ask Doctor Clean!
July 14th, 2017
Even when you have a dedicated roster of clients, it’s satisfying to be contacted by a new customer. One of the most important questions to ask this potential clientis: “How did you hear about us?” And a top answer to this question should always be: “I saw your van.” Your marketing budget doesn’t ne...
July 11th, 2017
Professional Carpet Cleaner
August 15, 2017
Learn proven strategies and techniques for professional carpet cleaning for both residential and commercial customers. Topics will include carpet construction, methods of cleaning, and conquering reoccurring stains.
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June 20th, 2017
4 Water Damage Restoration Challenges
Water damage restoration is a grueling but critical task. The damage from a flood, burst water pipe, heavy rains, or major leak creates great potential for mold and bacteria to grow and microorganisms to develop. Clean-up must be handled immediately and prope...
June 17th, 2015
Summer is here, and the time is right for the recommended oil. It is always a good idea to use the oil and filters recommended by the manufacturer of your equipment/engine. It is even more critical in the summer heat. Why? In air-cooled engines, oil not only lubricates all of the moving parts in you...
April 3rd, 2015
Just a tip to keep your truck mounted carpet cleaning equipment running without unnecessary repairs...
We have had more than a few units in our shop that have had heavy scaling and deposits in the heating system. This causes lower Temperature cleaning solution and clogged Jets. This eventually ca...
March 30th, 2015
I recently talked with a carpet cleaner who had his truck mount carpet cleaning machine burst into flames while inside cleaning.
What's even more frightening, it caught the house on fire. The fire was put out before it burned the house down and no one was injured. The truck was a tota...
January 28th, 2015
Prochem All Fiber Rinse will get rid of the white film and crusty buildup. Just run it through your injector system or pre spray. Run your wand over the carpet in two directions for heavy buildup areas.