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Cheapest Carpet Cleaning, Charlotte NC

August 31, 2012 by Leave a comment

Would you buy a new BMW then put the cheapest tires on it?

Would you buy the cheapest child’s car seat?

Would you use a place called “Discount Surgery”?

Odds are, your carpet is the most expensive single item in your home to replace. Why trust its “cleaning” to a company that promotes low price over all else? If that’s the main advantage a company has to promote, where does quality fit in?

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“Always owner-operated…”

August 14, 2012 by Leave a comment

These words are more important than you may think. When having your carpet cleaned (or anything else serviced for that matter) who do you suppose has your best interested at heart? An employee at a job, or the owner of the company? The owner of the company will bend over backward to earn your repeat business, and the business of your friends and neighbors. If he or she doesn’t do what it takes, and treat you with the utmost of respect, they don’t deserve your business. I, Chip Cline, of Cline Services (Charlotte, NC) will do what it takes to earn your carpet cleaning now and in the future.

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Rental Machines vs. Professional Carpet Cleaning

July 31, 2012 by 1 comment

Rental: A machine you can lift and put into your back seat.

Professional: A machine that weighs 500 lbs+ and has to be bolted inside a van.

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You can’t go wrong with nylon

July 25, 2012 by Leave a comment

I'm often asked what's the best fiber to choose for new carpet.  I'm not associated with any retailer so can offer an unbiased opinion.  In a nutshell, the best overall choice for most applications is nylon.  It's the best wearing for a cut-pile among the synthetics, and gives a better color selection in a berber or commercial loop. It cleans very well.

Polypropelyne, also called olefin, is great in a loop for wear and stain resistance.  It is widely available in commercial carpets, berbers, and outdoor carpet. Colors aren't quite as vibrant, and it doesn't do well with oil-based stains. But overall it cleans very well.

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