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Some of the Areas that Randy's Carpet Care & Upholstery Services:

Black Forest

Briargate

Colorado Springs

Falcon

Fountain

Glen Eagle

Manitou

Monument

Widefield

 

 

 

 

  • Premium Carpet Cleaning +

    • Randy’s Carpet Care & Upholstery has a Reputation that is second to none. Randy's is Experienced in cleaning all carpet and fabric types, as well as every soiling condition known to our industry.

     

    • Randy's takes Education seriously and is certified by the IICRC which is the world’s most recognized body of certification for carpet and upholstery cleaners. We hold multiple IICRC Cleaning certifications.

     

    • We specialize in carpet cleaning by hot water extraction,  getting maximum soil removal and maximum spot removal without leaving a sticky residue or over-wetting your carpet.

     

    • Randy’s Carpet Care & Upholstery offers a 100% money-back Guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.  We strive to provide you with the most outstanding service experience ever.

  • Upholstery Cleaning +

    Randy's Carpet Care & Upholstery is  IICRC certified in upholstery cleaning and is recognized as one of the most educated and experienced upholstery care companies in the Colorado Springs area. Upon a thorough inspection, we will determine the proper cleaning procedure for your specific needs. We can also apply Bridgepoint’s Maxim Fine Fabric Protector to ensure your fine fabrics continue to have lasting beauty between cleanings.

     

    From heavily soiled to light cleaning, our 10 step cleaning process is designed to restore your furniture as close to its original condition as possible. We can clean all types of upholstery, even the most delicate of fabrics.

     

    1. Pre-Inspection: We will determine what type of cleaning solutions and techniques will be used. We will also point out any potential permanent stains or areas of concern.

     

    2. Area Preparation: We will prepare the area where the upholstery will be cleaned to protect your surrounding furnishings.

     

    3. Pre-Vacuum: All textiles should be vacuumed thoroughly before cleaning. This step will remove dry soils and any loose particles from cracks and crevices.

     

    4. Pre-Treat: Depending on your fabric, a special solution designed for your fabric type and the soiling condition will be applied to “emulsify” the soil.

     

    5. Pre-Spot: Any potentially difficult spots will be pre-treated with special solutions to increase chances of removal.

     

    6. Pre-Groom: The fabric will then be gently groomed using soft upholstery brushes to loosen the soil.

     

    7. Soil Extraction and Rinse: The soil is then extracted from the fabric with a gentle, controlled rinse.

     

    8. Post Spot: Any remaining spots will be treated with special stain removal products.

     

    9. Post Groom: The upholstery will then be prepared for drying with a gentle combing of the fabric if necessary.

     

    10. Speed Dry: High velocity air movers will be placed on the upholstery to speed dry the fabric.

     

     

    *For longer fabric life and fewer permanent stains, have Fabric Protector applied!

  • Fabric & Fiber Protection +

    Carpet And Furniture Lasts Longer With Fiber & Fabric Protection!

     

    To complement the Randy's Carpet Care & Upholstery  cleaning program, we offer Bridgepoint’s Maxim Fiber and Fabric Protection.

     

    This application assures you of the best protection possible against resoiling and stains. Maxim Fiber Protection has two protective properties. The first is an acid dye blocker that is basically a clear dye that fills the extra dye sites in a fiber. This helps to keep “foreign” dyes (such as red dye in a beverage) from penetrating the carpet fiber. The second property is called a “fluorochemical”. It is commonly known as 3M Scotchgard® or DuPont Teflon®. This treatment helps keep spillage from actually getting to the acid dye blocker, but its biggest job is to resist dry soil.

     

    By resisting dry soil, less soil bonds to the carpet, therefore, more soil is being picked up by your vacuum. Making sure that you have a sufficient amount of protector on your carpet will help keep the soil from bonding to the carpet. Once it bonds to the carpet, it acts like sandpaper on your traffic area. Once the traffic area yarns are broken down, there is no way to bring them back to their original state.

     

    Bridgepoint’s Maxim Fine Fabric Protector can be applied to just about any type of furniture fabric including delicate fabrics such as silk. We can protect new or just cleaned furniture. Bridgepoint’s Maxim Fine Fabric Protector has a solvent-based carrying agent that will not water mark delicate fabrics. Once the product dries, it will leave a layer of protection that will help the homeowner maintain furniture with ease.

     

    Two Primary Ways That Protector Is Removed From A Carpet:

     

    Regular foot traffic. Over a period of 6 months to 2 years, depending on the traffic, a significant amount of protector can be removed from your traffic areas and needs to be reapplied.

     

    High alkaline cleaner. Uneducated, uninformed and sometimes downright unscrupulous carpet cleaners use harsh chemicals on the carpet that will strip its protection. If one of these rascals has been in your house, you may want to have the carpet re-protected.

     

    Four Mistakes Other Cleaners Make In Applying Protector:

     

    Not using high quality protector. Discount protectors are not as effective and sometimes void the carpet warranty. Our company uses only the highest quality, recommended protectors.

     

    Not using a dedicated container. Using the same container for carpet protector as other cleaners can contaminate the carpet protector making it gummy and ineffective. Our vans have a dedicated container reserved ONLY for carpet protector.

     

    Not applying the product properly. Some cleaners either under apply or over apply the protector. Under applying it doesn’t allow for complete penetration of the carpet yarns. Over applying it causes the carpet to become overly stiff and crusty. Our company is trained for proper application.

     

    Not grooming the carpet. For the best performance, the product should be groomed into the carpet for maximum penetration. This ensures contact with all surfaces of the carpet yarn and proper distribution and drying. Our company thoroughly grooms the protector into the carpet pile.

     

    Six Reasons You Should Always Get Carpet Protector:

     

    Reduces permanent stains. A great looking carpet can be ruined by an ugly spot. Unprotected carpet doesn’t repel spillage as well as protected carpet. Protector will allow you to remove spots and spills more effectively, therefore helping you to avoid permanent staining.

     

    Helps save your traffic areas from becoming destroyed. Traffic area soil is very abrasive and cuts carpet yarns like a knife. This damaging soil can easily bond to an unprotected carpet. By applying protector, you will increase the life of your carpet dramatically. When you vacuum your protected carpet the soils will release from the carpet pile much more effectively.

     

    Make spots easier to remove. The easier a spot is to remove, the less cleaner you will have to use. The less agitation you will have to use, and the less time it will take. Many spots can be removed easily with just water.

     

    Makes your next professional cleaning more effective. Having protector applied to your carpet will enhance your next cleaning. More soil will be removed the next time your carpeting is professionally cleaned.

     

    Helps avoid costly service calls. Although you want to call us to handle any spot you cannot remove immediately, carpet protector helps you remove more spots than you could without protector. You may be able to save a minimum charge by removing the spot yourself.

     

    Your carpet will look better and last longer when it is protected!

  • Urine Damage Treatment +

    Pet urine can cause permanent damage to your floors and fabrics. It can also create an unhealthy indoor environment. When urine is first deposited onto a floor or fabric, it has a pH of about 5 or 6, which is on the acid side of the pH Scale. It is easier to remove right then when it is fresh. Once it dries it turns “alkaline” or to a high pH between 10 to 12 on the scale and becomes more difficult to remove. The warm acid state of the urine offers a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, which begin to flourish almost immediately. In this original acid state the urine begins to oxidize and react with the carpet to create a color change, which will become permanent if the urine is not removed immediately. Some of this color change can be attributed to the strong ammonia that forms as the urine passes through bacterial and chemical change. If left for days or weeks, depending on the fabric or floor type, it will change the dye structure, therefore causing permanent staining. Even if the soluble deposits are removed, the damage to the dye structure may already be done.

     

    There are two sources of odors associated with urine. The first comes from bacteria that grow abundantly in dark warm places with a never-ending food source. A pet can feed the bacteria daily! This bacteria growth and breakdown of the urine creates amino acids. These complex organic compounds will often work deep into the fibers to a point of becoming part of the fiber. This can present a challenging situation. The waste materials and gases from the decomposing urine create an unpleasant odor. When dried urine is re-moistened, it gives off an ammonia gas. If smelled once it is seldom forgotten.

     

    The second source of odor is chemical odor that is present even when the bacteria have been killed. This explains the reason that more than sanitizing is necessary to neutralize odors from urine. Urine also presents additional odor problems when the relative humidity is high.  The salts and crystals that are left behind as the urine dries are hydrophilic and draw water to them. Dried urine is often easy to smell in the humid months because the salts attract the moisture, the moisture evaporates putting out a greater proportion of odorous ammonia gas. You must get rid of the urine salts in and under the carpet to get rid of the odor. That’s why cleaning existing urine spots WILL NOT remove any associated odor. In fact, it could INCREASE the odor in the air space for a temporary period of time.

     

    Do-It-Yourself Pet Stain Removal

     

    The best tool to have is a small one gallon wet vac or small spot removal machine. A small wet vac can be purchased for under $30.00. We recommend a small machine because the more convenient, the more likely you are to get it out for an accident.

     

    If you can get the urine up while it is fresh you will have a better chance of 100% removal. Simply suck the urine right out of the carpet. Then apply some of Randy's Avenge and let it sit a few minutes. Then pour a measuring cup of warm water on the spot and suck it out to rinse the carpet. Always dry the carpet as much as possible and never scrub or rub the carpet. This will distort the face fiber and break down the fiber protection and allow for easy staining.

     

    If the urine spot is older than 24 hours, apply Randy's Avenge, rinse the carpet with warm water and wet vac. Then you can mix 1 part white distilled vinegar with 2 parts water and apply it to the spot, rinse with warm water, and wet vac. Do not use the vinegar on fresh spots as the acid from the vinegar can not counter the acid from fresh urine. The vinegar works best after 24 hours when the urine has become alkaline.

    The Best Cleaning Agents For Urine

     

    Enzymes are the best cleaning agent for urine, vomit and feces. An enzyme is the only cleaning agent that actually eats up the bad bacteria. For the best results use an enzyme spotter after you have rinsed the carpet, especially if the spot is not a fresh one. We recommend Nature’s Miracle, which can be purchased at any local pet store. Always read the directions before use!

     

    Products to Avoid

     

    Try to stay away from products with high pH such as ammonia, Resolve and oxygen bleaches. These products will leave the carpet with a residue and in a high pH state, which will enable the carpet to attract dirt like a magnet. In some instances the use of the wrong product can cause the urine stain to be permanent.

     

    How Professionals Remove Odor

     

    Remember, in order to remove the odor, all of the alkaline salt deposits the urine leaves behind must be completely removed. This can be quite extensive and time consuming.

     

     

    Disclaimer: Use these techniques at your own risk. Always read directions on any spotter before using. Pre-test each spotter in an inconspicuous area before using. If the stain or odor persists, call Randy’s Carpet Care & Upholstery.

719-573-7333

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