Archive for March, 2012

Treating spots and spills on carpets

March 11, 2012

ere’s Rule No. 1 regarding spots and spills on your carpets: Clean them immediately. If you catch the spill when it’s fresh, you’ve got a good chance of removing it totally. If you do not have the confidence to deal with the stain yourself call for professional guidance as soon as possible,

Consider these tips, too:

  •     Carefully blot or scrape the entire area before applying any cleaning solution. Remove as much of the spill as possible.
  •     Before using any cleaning solution, test your carpet in an inconspicuous area to make sure the cleaner won’t damage or discolour it. Test the cleaning agents that you keep on hand before you have to use them to make sure they will not harm your carpet.
  •     Do not rub the spill — that might spread the problem to a larger area.
  •     When you apply spot cleaner, work from the outside of the stain toward the inside to avoid spreading the stain. After applying a cleaning solution, blot up all the moisture.
  •     A clean white towel is unsurpassed for drying carpet and brushing the nap back up to a standing position.
  •     If you feel that there is still too much moisture after blotting the carpet, place a stack of white towels over the spot and weigh them down with a heavy object.
  •   If the staining is still present call the professionals for further advice on 0115 9718323 for carpet cleaning services in Nottinghamshire

Professional safe cleaning solutions are available from S.P.carpet and upholstery care

Routine Carpet Cleaning

March 11, 2012

Carpet cleaning Nottinghamshire cleaning tips and advice.

Routine Carpet Cleaning

Vacuuming is where most people start when maintaining their carpeting. That is where we’ll start our advice on carpet cleaning Nottinghamshire. We’ll present you with some guidelines for cleaning, removing stains, and dealing with various other problems.

  • Carpets need to be vacuumed once a week and more often in areas of heavy traffic. Frequent vacuuming prolongs the life of your carpet by preventing a build-up of gritty particles that can wear carpet fibres. Every few weeks, take a little extra time and use your crevice tool for cleaning around skirting’s and radiators and in other hard-to-reach places.
  • When vacuuming fitted carpeting, divide the floor into small sections and vacuum an entire section before moving on to the next.
  • Take your time when you vacuum a carpet, especially a plush carpet in which dirt is sure to be deeply embedded. One pass with a high-powered upright is not enough. Go over each section of carpeting several times, and work slowly to allow the suction to remove all the ground-in dust and dirt.
  • Pay special attention to the entrance areas, traffic areas and where people sit and move their feet. Vacuum these areas of heavy traffic with a crisscross pattern of overlapping strokes.
  • Soil retardants can be applied to new carpets or to newly cleaned carpets. Follow manufacturers’ advice. Apply soil retardants only with professional equipment using the recommended application techniques. call 01773 749003 for more details
  • Add baking soda to the bag in your vacuum to help nutralise odours in the bag.
  • Remember carpets should be cleaned before soiling becomes too apparent, manufacturers recommend carpets should be professionally cleaned every year to 18 months


Stone floor cleaning in Nottingham

March 11, 2012


We are S.P.stone floor cleaning services Nottingham, we provide stone floor cleaning and polishing services for Nottingham Nottinghamshire and surrounding county’s, We clean all stone floor types including Slate Travertine Limestone Marble Terrazzo Ceramic and more, we also clean and renovate Victorian floors and quarry tiled floors.

We provide our professional floor cleaning services in Nottingham Derbyshire Lincolnshire Leicestershire Warwickshire Yorkshire areas

For more details please go to our stone floor cleaning website

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Below are some of the stone and tile types we clean


A sedimentary rock composed of the mineral calcite (calcium carbonate) or dolomite. The primary source of calcite is usually marine organisms. Regularly used to make concrete and is an excellent building stone for use in humid regions.



Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tiles are formed under extremely high pressure and fired at very high temperatures. This make these tiles much denser and stronger than the common glazed ceramic tiles so they are ideal for entryways, corridors and other high traffic areas. Ideal for both interior and exterior applications.  



A metamorphic stone that is characterized by a sheet-like structure with parallel cleavage, which permits it to be split readily into thin, smooth sheets. It is composed of clay, quartz, and mica and comes in a multitude of colors.


A form of limestone distinguished by layered structures of pores and cavities producing an open texture. It is formed from calcium carbonate that is deposited from the water of mineral springs (especially hot springs) or streams holding lime in solution.


A colorful flooring material made of marble or stone chips embedded in a cement or epoxy binder. After the floor has hardened it is ground and polished to a smooth and durable finish. Traditionally, terrazzo floors are poured and set on site, but manufactured terrazzo tiles are also available.


A sedimentary stone primarily composed of grains of quartz sands cemented with silica, iron oxide, or calcium carbonate. These cementing materials make one sandstone behave very differently from another. Sandstones containing silica are quite hard, strong, and decay resistant, whereas those containing calcite resemble

Quarry Tile

Tile made from shale, clay, or earth, resulting in an unglazed tile with color throughout. Usually in squares and often terra-cotta in color. Quarry tiles are used for both floors and walls and are normally used indoors.

limestone in their susceptibility to acid damage, and those containing clay absorb water and deteriorate more easily.

Ceramic Tile

Tiles that are made by shaping a nonmetallic mineral, such as clay, and then fired at a high temperature, which gives the tile its hardness. The most common type is glazed ceramic tiles made by applying liquid glass to the body of the tile and firing at high temperatures. The glazing becomes hard and non-porous leaving a surface that is scratch resistant, fire resistant, and easy to clean.