FAQ

What chemicals do you use for carpet cleaning?

At Same Day Carpet Cleaning Sydney we do not use any chemicals for carpet cleaning services. We have only biodegradable ingredients to produce strong cleaning solutions that are tough on stains but mild on the delicate fabric of your carpet.

Are your cleaners licensed and trained?

Yes, all our cleaners at Same Day Carpet Cleaning Sydney are experienced, licensed, and trained for performing guaranteed carpet cleaning services.

How white carpet can be cleaned to get a maximum outcome?

white carpet cleaning is really a tough job. If you want a best outcome clean the water-soluble stains with white vinegar. You need to prepare a mix of 1/4 teaspoon of white vinegar with 32 ounces of water. You can use any other kind of non bleach detergent in place of white vinegar as well. Then start the cleaning process through pouring the mixture into a spray bottle and spray them right onto the dried stain. Then scrub the area with a sponge for a while and blot it dry with the help of a paper towel.

How often should you recommend to clean the floor?

There are hell amount of factors to be considered while spotting the frequency of a carpet cleaning. Starting from foot traffic, pets, children, and regular floor maintenance will determine the how many times you need to have your tile cleaned. It depends on the use of the floor.

How white carpet can be cleaned to get a maximum outcome?

white carpet cleaning is really a tough job. If you want a best outcome clean the water-soluble stains with white vinegar. You need to prepare a mix of 1/4 teaspoon of white vinegar with 32 ounces of water. You can use any other kind of non bleach detergent in place of white vinegar as well. Then start the cleaning process through pouring the mixture into a spray bottle and spray them right onto the dried stain. Then scrub the area with a sponge for a while and blot it dry with the help of a paper towel.

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