The Most Thorough does many things to make sure you’re happy but many of our Clients say that this particular one (protecting their home from damage) always on the top of their mind. To protect and prevent damage to your walls and doors we always use these Corner Guards.
Do see the water coming out of the hose? A little leak like this one on the right can cause terrible water damage if gone unnoticed or not taken care of quickly. This one caused water damaged to the subfloor in a bathroom and the walls here. If you hear strange “buzzing” sounds in your home could be a water leak like this one, turn the water off and call us to properly dry your home.
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“What An Area Rug Cleaning Company Must Know and Do
To Be Successful Without Getting In Trouble”
Jim Tanis of Expert Carpet Care will be opening his Rug Plant Doors. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit a State of the Art cleaning factory and witness demonstrations with rug washing tools and centrifuge.
- Lessons Learned When Cleaning Rugs
- What your machine is leaving behind when cleaning in home
- The proper steps in rug cleaning and how to avoid costly mistakes
- Rug Plant Operations and How To Run A Successful Rug Cleaning Plant
- Introduction to Basic Hand Sewn Repairs
Location: Expert Carpet Care 10139 Flora Vista St. Bellflower, CA 90706
Saturday May 7th
8:00 am ~ 12:00 pm
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Most natural stone floors with a high gloss polish that were installed in high traffic areas like kitchens, hallway, most used bathrooms, home main entry will develop hundreds if not thousands of tiny hard to see scratches that over time will turn your beautiful floor kind of dull in sections. You can slow dow this process by placing outdoors mats made of HeavyDuty Coir (as a sample) these do well collecting granny-sandy like debris from shoes. A professional floor restoration will be required to get your floor back to a like new condition.
Thank you, it is a pleasure to deal with a true professional.
On Mar 31, 2016, at 6:28 PM, Benjamin Camacho <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thank you Mike for letting us take care of your paver floor, counter tops and carpet!
One of the main reasons why carpet starts to pull-off or come out of the edges at doorway or any area where it transitions to at hard surface floor is usually because a “Z-Bar” (see it in the illustration, it looks like a Z right between the carpet and subfloor) was not installed to secured the carpet down. http://www.themostthorough.com
Our Carpet & Fabricare Institute Non-Profit Trade Association had a “Sold Out” Regional Education Day” past Saturday at The Academy of Textiles & Flooring in Anaheim, CA. Members and Non-members learned about important topics related to their business success. May 7th will be our next Chapter Meeting in Santa Monica. Check out Carpet & Fabricare Institute for updates. I’m enjoying being the director a whole lot but more important is the education that I myself is getting.
We hope the education and or information shared by the speakers was useful to all attendees.
Thank You Mike West, Ross Driscoll, Rob Fairfield and CFI Board of Directors for all your support!
Haziness on paver flooring can be caused by several different reasons:
- Light residue from the polymeric sand used in joints.
- Water minerals build-up.
- A topical paver sealer that has gone bad, turning yellowish, grayish, peeling off in different sections.
- Simply: wasn’t cleaned properly or the right way.
Does it have a solution with out the need to be replaced? YES
Just call The Most Thorough at 714-730-0148 or email TheMostThorough@gmail.com
Oleophilic (i.e., oil attracting) carpet fibers (e.g., polyester, olefin) will absorb oily soils over time more than nylon, leaving a yellowish look on traffic areas that cannot be removed with normal cleaning. However, with proper professional pretreatment and with maximum application of the principles of cleaning, oily oils can more effectively be removed from Oleophilic carpet fibers.
Should sanded grout be used in a “polish natural stone installation”? The answer is NO. Because either during installation, daily maintenance or during professional cleaning or restoration if any of the sand in grout comes out and gets rubbed or worked on the polish surface it will scratch it.